Why do most patients fail to respond to the newest cures?
Using smartphone data and artificial intelligence to track and interpret behavior, a Chicago startup is attempting something extraordinary: predicting and preventing relapse into drug use.
Russia’s reinvention of war exploits old techniques for a new century. Open-source citizen investigators are fighting back.
Years of unhappy interactions with an online commenter compelled the publisher of MIT Technology Review to rethink how his site hosts conversations.
Chastened by the negative effects of social media, Mark Zuckerberg says he will tweak his service and upgrade society in the process. Should any company be that powerful?
As climate change accelerates, a handful of scientists are eager to move ahead with experiments testing ways to counteract warming artificially. Their reasoning: we just might get desperate enough to use this technology one day.
By detecting trends that humans are unable to spot, researchers hope to treat the disorder more effectively.
It’s not a consumer product (yet), but a startup’s AR headset could give HoloLens a run for its money.
New startups want to reduce emissions and noise by electrifying aircraft, but better batteries remain a stumbling block.
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