By amassing a huge library of leaf images, scientists are training computers to diagnose the diseases that threaten our food supply.
The machines of the future will tailor their behavior to humans—and even individual personalities.
How driverless vehicles could change meetings, manufacturing, safety, and more
It would only take one little button.
When it comes to reducing online harassment, deeper social change could have a bigger impact than fighting back one jerk at a time.
To focus only on the ‘digital divide’ between desktop and laptop users is to miss an encouraging trend.
New software will help low-income people and communities of color to record their experiences with law enforcement—in order to create a crowdsourced map of their behavior.
From software that records your every keystroke, to GPS tracking, to ignition kill switches—lenders have more power over their customers than ever.
Virtual playspaces of the 1980s encouraged openness and creativity, which would later become foundational values of the web.
And a court just ruled in favor of the government, again.
Our aerial feature gets a new kind of craft: Not sure if I’ve missed it, but with…
Only one trend is closely associated with their use.
The system decodes his brain activity and uses it to control his arm muscles, bypassing his injured spine.
THE END OF AN ERA …
Some therapists are using Songify, a music app, to have patients make recordings of their worried thoughts—and get rid of them.
The ride-sharing service has released its first-ever transparency report, detailing the user and driver data it provided to local and state regulatory agencies.
Yuri Milner is spending $100 million on a probe that could travel to Alpha Centauri within a generation—and he's recruited Mark Zuckerberg and Stephen Hawking to help. In an interview with The Atlantic, Milner makes his case for star travel.
The city is building the biggest and fastest free network in the country—but it could put low-income users' privacy at risk.
A film that once argued against capitalism now embodies it.
The United States leads the world in dollars invested in furthering innovation. It won’t for long.
Is a digital Moleskine still a Moleskine?