Anyone can think like a futurist, according to Amy Webb, who does it for a living. Webb, the CEO of the Future Today Institute, explains her methods.
MIT Technology Review meets Cozmo the robot.
Watching other people play video games is just as compelling to millennial men as baseball and hockey.
Forget billboards—motorists now have ads buzzing a few feet above their windshields.
Tapping the sensory cortex is the route to rediscovering feeling.
All things tend to regress to the mean.
Alphabet and Johnson & Johnson say dexterous robots equipped with artificial intelligence will make surgeons more productive.
Scientists seek the holy grail for PTSD research: targets in the brain that could respond to drugs.
The president says advances like self-driving cars will also come with drawbacks, such as lost jobs.
Evidence that foreign hackers might try to disrupt November’s election have led to much-needed reflection on how to prevent such problems.