It’s time to recognize the trusty sidekicks to this year’s important stories, without which, technology news would be a whole lot less mesmerizing.
A startup called Ambrosia will fill your veins with the blood of young people and empty your pockets of $8,000.
Human breast milk has 1,600 proteins and changes as an infant ages, so it won’t be easy.
Researchers believe a blow to the head temporarily disrupts the way the brain processes spoken sound.
[Stuart Russell, a renowned AI researcher] recently co-authored a rebuttal to an article in the MIT Technology Review, which claimed that real AI scientists weren’t worried about the existential threat of AI.
"In theory, Skype Translation could be transformative," wrote John Pavlus for MIT Technology Review in 2015, months after the tool was first released just for Skype-to-Skype calls.
MIT Technology Review looked at how US manufacturing would affect the iPhone, and discovered it could add another $30-$40 to the device's price.
Christopher Hart, the chairman of the US National Transportation Safety Board, recently expressed concerns to MIT Technology Review about technology ever being able to entirely remove human drivers as Waymo is intending to do, especially because of the ethical quandaries that these robot cars will likely find themselves in.