He probably does, but you shouldn’t quit your day job.
The chipmaker best known for smartphone processors now has designs on one of Intel’s last areas of chip-making dominance.
A new report suggests that a data-driven tool meant to reduce gun violence was ignored by police and, in a few cases, may have been misused.
This week’s most thought-provoking papers from the Physics arXiv.
Your mental health is reflected in the images you choose to post on social media, say researchers who have trained a machine to spot depression on Instagram.
Maintaining the secrecy of ballots returned via the Internet is “technologically impossible,” according to a new report.
A new technique called MAP-seq uses RNA bar codes to quickly and cheaply chart connections between brain cells.
Analysis of the software tools made available by the Shadow Brokers suggests that they’re the real deal.
New evidence in the battle to control a gene-editing technology that is worth billions.
By varying the tempo of dance music, it is possible to encode messages without anybody noticing.