A pair of new studies show that a machine can understand what you’re saying without hearing a sound.
The World Health Organization says Zika won’t succumb to a quick fix, even as scientists move forward on new ways of stamping it out.
The defeat of carbon pricing in Washington State contrasts with its northern neighbor, where carbon taxes are now the rule.
This week’s most thought-provoking papers from the Physics arXiv.
Neural networks using light could lead to superfast computing.
Google’s kooky AI experiments offer a glimpse of how the technology actually works, which may prove increasingly important.
Lockheed Martin is using a fleet of drones and automated helicopters to extinguish flames and rescue people.
President-elect Trump’s promise to bring back production jobs ignores the realities of advanced manufacturing.
Scientists have used genetic engineering to make plants that grow 20 percent larger.
Mind-boggling VC funding and influential board members appear to have created a company prepared to do anything but admit defeat.