What do Google's trippy neural network-generated images tell us about the human mind?
This exoskeleton simulates the process that American don't talk about.
Synthetic datasets allow researchers to study social systems without compromising individual identities—but how reliable is the information they’re using?
So why are people obsessed with it?
After the video contradicted his account, a campus cop in Cincinnati is charged in the fatal shooting of an unarmed black motorist.
Two experienced fighter pilots on suspending judgment about the latest aviation disaster, and the operating realities of the Air Force jet that rammed into a little civilian airplane
It’s not just unreliable. Apple’s signature media software makes bizarre, arbitrary design choices, which are uncharacteristic of the world’s most valuable company.
The tantalizing promise—and practical pitfalls—of eyedrops that let a person see in the dark.
In Flint, Michigan, lead, copper, and bacteria are contaminating the drinking supply and making residents ill. If other cities fail to fix their old pipes, the problem could soon become a lot more common.
There are still about 47 million people in the United States who don't have an Internet connection.
Researchers are using a combination of cutting-edge technologies to identify materials that have long since disintegrated.
The new version of Apple’s signature media software is a mess. What are people with large MP3 libraries to do?
From stem cells to 3D-printed nipples, breast reconstruction is a highly technical and constantly evolving field.
Sandra Bland was threatened with a Taser even though she posed no harm to officers. She’s not the only one.
There’s something to be said for taking the long way home.
An Israeli company wants to build molecular spectroscopy into a smartphone so people can count calories, identify pills, and find out more about objects than can be seen by the human eye.
A veteran Air Force fighter pilot really disagrees with what I said about a tragic recent crash. Very politely, I disagree back.
The technique is used to determine the age of organic artifacts in fields like archaeology, geology, and ecology. But it could become unreliable within decades.
A team tasked with protecting the president of the United States is constantly sifting through hateful online comments to find would-be assassins or terrorists.
The U.S. Deep Space Climate Observatory just sent back its first view of our home world, and it’s a beauty.
Elon Musk says his company’s Falcon 9 launch failed because of a snapped strut.