Another chance to catch the most interesting, and important, articles from the previous week on MIT Technology Review.
Evidence says that relying on people to oversee a partially autonomous car is a bad idea.
Do-it-yourself biologists who hit the crowdfunding jackpot have learned that genetic engineering isn’t so easy after all.
For starters, it’s too expensive and the science isn’t advanced enough.
These are the new computers Facebook created to accelerate its machine learning research.
Sense’s $299 gadget identifies individual devices in the home and exactly how much electricity they are using.
The hit summer game is easy and fun, and it can help make AR more mainstream in record time.
Nintendo’s mega-popular new game shows that augmented reality may yet trump virtual reality.
Elon Musk has made a bold bet that the car industry can move faster than anybody believed possible.
Congress wants you to know if biotech corn is in that box of cereal.