David Nordfors and Vint Cerf suggest that innovation can, and should, make people more valuable.
Facial recognition and augmented reality are changing the way law enforcement agencies investigate crime, but there are important privacy issues to consider.
Pinpointing where and how the human genome is evolving can be like hunting for a needle in a haystack.
In 2015, the U.S. Naval Academy decided that its graduates needed to return to the past and learn how to navigate using the stars.
Nearly two-thirds of the social media bots with political activity on Twitter before the 2016 U.S. presidential election supported Donald Trump.
Many U.S. colleges and universities are investing in and expanding artificial intelligence education, confronting new challenges for teaching the discipline.
Researchers have developed a visual analytics tool that dramatically speeds up forensic email investigations and highlights critical links within email data.
Researchers are about to launch a supercomputer designed to mimic the human brain.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology researchers have developed an autonomous system to direct a fleet of drones.
The Canadian restaurant industry has been more significantly transformed by technology in the last five years than in the preceding 50.
Researchers have developed a method for constructing digital fingerprints that encode secret messages into the spiral points on the prints.
Side-channel leak in Skylake and Kaby Lake chips probably affects AMD CPUs, too.
For centuries, science was a multilingual affair, powered by French, German, English and other tongues. But since the early 1970s, English has become the undisputed lingua franca of scientific papers, conferences, and discourse.
Wormholes are theoretical objects that could serve as portals between two points in space and time. Some believe they could even act as passageways to other universes. But if one did exist, what would it look like?
An artificial intelligence-based lie detector system will be used on international travelers during a six-month pilot program at border crossings in Hungary, Latvia, and Greece.
Travel and tourism firms are deploying next-generation technologies such as robots, data analytics, artificial intelligence, and augmented reality to improve the traveler experience.
The University of California, Berkeley's introduction to data science course is the fastest-growing class on campus.
Researchers have created a record-setting earthquake wave simulation.
A standard Hewlett-Packard Enterprise Apollo 4000-series business computer is being used to conduct science experiments on the International Space Station.
The World Wide Web inventor says Silicon Valley firms have too much clout and 'optimism has cracked'.