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.
A load of 2,000 cases of Budweiser is the first cargo to be shipped by an autonomous tractor-trailer.
Forget self-driving cars—this is the robotic technology that the military wants to use.
With Navdy’s heads-up display, drivers can get directions without taking their eyes off the road.
Concentrations are above 400 parts per million and won’t fall below that mark for generations, according to a new report.
The Obama administration has been touting a decrease in commercial espionage, but the reality for corporate America may be more complicated.