The woman battling hate speech, censorship, and extremism online (and off)
AI is coming for jobs, but one of the field’s masters has an idea that he thinks can help.
As we automate more and more decisions, being able to understand how an AI thinks is increasingly important.
Salesforce will start selling its online learning platform, which has helped its own employees change roles and get promotions.
The cryptocurrency’s price is soaring, but the fervor is about more than just an investment opportunity.
After a disappointing clinical trial in 2015, scientists are trying anew to mend failing hearts with a gene.
Will you be among the first to pick your kids’ IQ? As machine learning unlocks predictions from DNA databases, scientists say parents could have choices never before possible.
Augmented reality may eventually help you work. But a few days with the Meta 2 headset suggest it has a ways to go.
Can a smartphone-enabled ultrasound machine become medicine’s next stethoscope?
Quantum computers will soon surpass conventional ones, but it will take time to make the machines useful.
With an energy-efficient approach to rural connectivity, the late entrepreneur founded a company that aims to bring cellular coverage to the 1.1 billion people who lack it.
With an energy-efficient approach to rural connectivity, Vanu Bose aims to bring cellular coverage to the 1.1 billion people who lack it.
The 13 most drool-worthy techie gifts for family, friends, and Fido.
Technology outsourcing has been India’s only reliable job creator in the past 30 years. Now artificial intelligence threatens to wipe out those gains.
As director of CSAIL and head of MIT’s Distributed Robotics Lab, Daniela Rus is dreaming up our robot-filled future.
As robots become smart enough to detect our feelings and respond appropriately, they could have something like emotions of their own. But that won’t necessarily make them more like humans.
A new MIT study finds that larger cities are more resilient to technological unemployment.
An emerging trend in artificial intelligence is to get computers to detect how we’re feeling and respond accordingly. They might even help us develop more compassion for one another.
Tristan Harris thinks big tech is taking advantage of us all. Can its power be used for good?
Science and marketing clash in the “jungle” of direct-to-consumer DNA apps.