This week’s most interesting and intriguing papers from the Physics arXiv.
In a court filing, the secretive augmented-reality startup mentions a plan involving deep-learning for robotics.
Cell-phone radiation appears to cause an uptick in two types of cancer in rats, but don’t go throwing your phone out the window just yet.
A machine-vision algorithm has learned to analyze and categorize scientific figures.
In typical fashion, Trump used simplistic promises as the basis for lavish claims about revitalizing the energy industry and showering the American people with riches.
Google’s Android OS is severely fragmented, and it’s trying a bunch of things to fix it.
The man leading Tesla’s autonomous driving technology says he isn’t planning to hold any self-driving features back for the Model 3, due in late 2017.
Ad blockers reduced revenue from online ads by $22 billion in 2014. Now publishers are fighting back in an increasingly sophisticated online battle.
Exxon Mobil and Chevron shareholders voted against climate measures, but the companies are holdouts in an industry that is starting to change its ways.
The leaders of Google’s Project Jacquard and Levi’s product innovation discuss why they think a jean jacket will make you covet smart clothes.