New foods like a mushroom altered with CRISPR gene editing are falling outside the purview of regulators.
Twitter has been developing technology that automatically recognizes what’s happening in live video, a step toward sophisticated recommendations.
If the Tesla Model 3 offers full autonomy, Elon Musk will be betting on his customers’ appetite for driving around with technology that’s still very much in beta testing.
Google’s “pirate” research group is now leaderless, and none of the projects it has birthed have caught on at scale.
The best (and least annoying) chatbots will be those that recognize their limitations and occasionally turn to humans for help.
State regulators have blocked several big transmission projects to bring wind power to the upper Midwest and the Southeast.
Blumio is building an armband it claims uses radar to measure your blood pressure in real time, though an early prototype shows it still needs work.
At Facebook’s annual developer conference this week, CEO Mark Zuckerberg outlined audacious goals for the social network’s next decade.
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