Using cutting-edge imaging to study the inner workings of our brains could lead to more powerful and useful machine-learning algorithms.
A major technological shift is needed in the next few years if computer chips are to keep improving.
The National Security Agency is worried that quantum computers will neutralize our best encryption – but doesn’t yet know what to do about that problem.
The Wendelstein 7-X reactor is latest in a global push to build a practical reactor that harnesses the power of the stars.
The best of the rest from the Physics arXiv this week.
Physicists have created a transistor that is simpler and easier to build than the traditional field effect transistor. And it is controlled by light.
New figures show that U.S. broadband access is improving, but only for some.
A researcher made 300 purchases of fake luxury goods online and found that 97 percent were handled by China’s largest three banks.
People who worry that we’re on course to invent dangerously intelligent machines are misunderstanding the state of computer science.
Twitter is struggling to grow, its executives are leaving in droves, and now Facebook looks to be muscling in on its turf.