Machine learning could train software to spot verbal tics associated with schizophrenia, depression, and bipolar disorder.
People are posting Instagrams of American national parks, and they’re delightful.
40,000 years of visual media in one surprising White House photograph
Apple just released a patch that fixes three giant vulnerabilities in iOS.
Humans discovered two new planets this week—one, remade by their efforts; the other, for light years away.
It can even be trained to read your lips.
A new team improves on the old “Earth at night” technique.
The popularity of Alaska’s Bear Cam is a testament to technology’s influence on people’s connections with nature.
Internal documents appear to confirm that this week’s leak came from the agency.
Overused phrases—“I hope you’re well,” “Best,” etc.—are more valuable than they seem.
The ride-hailing service plans to launch its first such fleet this month in Pittsburgh.
Hackers can use artificial intelligence to mimic their targets’ tweets—and entice them to click on malicious links.
The billionaire justified his fight against Gawker with a misleading reference to privacy legislation.
A group calling itself the “Shadow Broker” is auctioning off what it says are the agency’s cyberweapons.
Machine learning allows computers to see patterns in medical images that are invisible to human doctors.
When officers categorize wallets or cellphones as evidence, getting them back can be nearly impossible—even if the owner isn’t charged with a crime.
As a startup, it can sometimes be hard to navigate the shifting sands of race, gender, and power. But some mistakes are easy to avoid.
The clear cola’s nostalgic relaunch harkens back to a time when the world’s problems seemed simple.
It’s all about the transitions.
The pop star’s iconic green dress revolutionized search.
Archaeologists say the sandstone etchings may be 400 years old.