The Trump administration suddenly seems eager to welcome firms that want to build wind farms off the East Coast of the U.S.
Fear not, car-chase fans: it will still rattle over railroad tracks at 30 miles per hour and bump up eight-inch curbs without a worry.
Tracking facial expressions can make VR and AR more realistic, but the technology is still bulky.
Researchers are developing a probiotic to make disease-causing bacteria self-destruct.
China’s growing appetite for cutting-edge artificial-intelligence research is on display at a poker tournament.
A hack that activated hurricane sirens in Dallas is a harmless warning about a far more serious problem.
Some of the most powerful machine-learning techniques work in mysterious ways, which is a problem if you need to explain a decision to customers.
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Facebook is quietly trying to develop the most useful virtual assistant ever, in a project that illustrates the current limitations of artificial intelligence.