Yes, after the drink.
It's not about your kid. It's about mine.
This is what happens when jurisprudence meets remix culture.
A short film explores the intimate bond between humans and Earth's lunar sibling
The research is part of the social network's drive, Monika Bickert said, to give you what it knows you want.
The whole the Internet-is-for-cats thing? Such a cliche.
The Facebook contagion study raises a lot of questions. But what does it mean for this thing we call data science?
A #followateen tragedy
Today the AP announced that software will write the majority of its earnings reports. But such reports hardly require humans anyway.
A London musician is making compact discs playable in an entirely new—and old—way.
After a breakup, a half-minute-long forgotten iPhone recording takes on new meaning.
Sympathy for machines' experience has led to a new way for them to interact with the world.
The U.S. government, an insider argues, is ill-equipped for a world of automated warfare.
It was probably legal. But was it ethical?
"It's ethically okay from the regulations perspective, but ethics are kind of social decisions."
At least, that's one interpretation.
Esther Honig sent an untouched image to Photoshop designers around the world. She had one request: "Make me look beautiful."
A law professor argues that a new federal agency is needed to keep pace with technological change.
Now their heads look more like planets!
The dialogue is about what you’d expect.