Focusing on ‘business relevance’ enables a safer, more practical approach to investing in emerging technologies.
Funding for British research and innovation is only one reason.
This week’s most interesting and thought-provoking papers from the Physics arXiv.
A huge digital heist is a reminder that when your code has direct control of millions of dollars of assets, it had better be free of errors.
Two Chinese satellites will join ones from the U.S. and Japan to measure carbon dioxide emissions, but full greenhouse-gas monitoring remains far off.
How a controversial Chinese cloning company burnishes its credentials with a prize.
Another chance to catch the most interesting, and important, articles from the previous week on MIT Technology Review. June 10, 2016
Sony’s upcoming PlayStation VR headset may end up winning the virtual-reality market at least for a while, since it’s cheaper than competitors and millions of people already own a PlayStation 4.
Google’s augmented-reality platform, Tango, is being taken up by retailers who want to help you visualize what purchases would look like in your home.
Doctors at the University of Pennsylvania seek approval for gene editing to fight cancer.