Trump’s first move on consumer Internet privacy was decidedly pro-business, but mostly it made the future of online privacy a lot more uncertain.
Researchers are developing a probiotic to make disease-causing bacteria self-destruct.
Using smartphone data and artificial intelligence to track and interpret behavior, a Chicago startup is attempting something extraordinary: predicting and preventing relapse into drug use.
This week’s most thought-provoking papers from the Physics arXiv.
Some scientists are thinking about what human space travelers will look like in the future. They might be extra-small and radiation-proof.
Mike Pompeo says the U.S. must do more to protect itself on the digital battlefield, particularly against “non-state” adversaries like WikiLeaks.
Researchers say we need to develop software capable of striking mutually beneficial relationships with humans.
The watch collects your heart rate and rhythms, but it only tells you the time and date.
Facebook is quietly trying to develop the most useful virtual assistant ever, in a project that illustrates the current limitations of artificial intelligence.
Local Motors and IBM are equipping an autonomous electric shuttle bus with technology that assists people with a range of disabilities.