Machine learning could train software to spot verbal tics associated with schizophrenia, depression, and bipolar disorder.
Google revealed that it sends 4,000 warnings monthly about state-sponsored cyberattacks.
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A machine mapped the most frequently used emotional trajectories in fiction, and compared them with the ones readers like best.
At least for now
A rare artifact from the dawn of amateur photography
Due to data flukes, private homes are being besieged by the game’s players.
What it takes for good ideas to attract money.
The price of the company's stock rose 25 percent on hopes that the gaming giant is primed for a resurgence.
As teens and nostalgic millennials lost their collective minds over a new app, a handful of users in Missouri found another, more sinister purpose for it.
Designers obsess over “revolutionizing” products, but not everything has to be reinvented.
What will come after the touch screen?
What leads a person to pick up a phone to record a moment of death—possibly their own, more likely someone else’s?
Chief David Brown says officers used a device equipped with a bomb to kill a suspect, a perhaps unprecedented move that raises new questions about use of lethal force.
National outrage doesn’t necessarily translate to reform.
Your lockscreen is the new A1.
The roadside battle for people’s attention has been raging for more than a century. An Object Lesson.
It’s bad news for publications.
More than 500 people have been shot and killed by officers in America so far this year. We know, because the internet is counting.
Let’s overthink its “News Feed Values.”
Red states won’t abandon their resistance to renewable mandates, but over time, the growing economic dynamism of solar and wind energy could compel a more balanced approach.