Parts of the brain that are used to navigate and plan routes aren’t active when directions are fed to us.
A startup gives chatbots and virtual assistants realistic facial expressions and the ability to read yours.
Some farmers who own John Deere tractors are using black market code to get around software that restricts how they can repair their equipment.
A new report suggests that playing nice with China could be the key to success.
The cognitive processes involved in humor bear a striking relationship to quantum phenomena. So can quantum mechanics help psychologists understand the nature of humor?
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One of the world’s leading experts in artificial intelligence is officially on the market, and he says he wants to advance AI beyond the tech industry.
The startup Neurable thinks its brain-computer interface will be fast and accurate enough for playing games in VR.
The state, which has huge rural areas, aims to bring broadband Internet to all its residents by next year.
Antonio Regalado, biotech editor and reporter for the MIT Technology Review, joined WGBH’s Morning Edition host Bob Seay for a conversation about their list of the top taboo technologies.