The coming wave of commercial drones is already exposing gaps in today’s privacy laws.
With the quiet launch of Uber Freight, the ride-sharing giant takes aim at disrupting the massive industry of hauling stuff via 18-wheeler.
What really worries him is that we don’t have enough artificial intelligence yet.
Biologists are getting closer to figuring out why nature ties knots in some molecules, which could lead to better drug discovery.
Laying off workers and putting expansion plans on ice, Google Fiber looks to be headed for a wireless future.
Robotics pioneer Sebastian Thrun is building an open-source autonomous car.
A new test is changing cancer treatment and has implications for other illnesses, too.
Virtual assistants that can read social cues and nonverbal signals are less jarring—and surprisingly persuasive.
Internal documents suggest the company charges investigators to use a tool that mines its customers’ metadata.
An overwhelming majority of the data collected is from people of European ancestry. But researchers are trying to change that.