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Given only their credit card numbers, a group from MIT was able to uncover the identities of 90 percent of 1.1 million people.
The world is safer now than it ever has been, yet you wouldn't know it judging from the behavior of a fear-addicted society.
T.J. Breeden's nonprofit eMerging Enterprises employs a grassroots approach to providing job training and career advice to veterans and other people in need of a helping hand.
The long arm of automation is reaching out into realms previously thought unconquerable by machines. The Associated Press is proving journalism to be another of those realms.
Mystic Aquarium in Connecticut has teamed with Covanta Energy Corporation to explore the ways marine waste can be turned into clean energy.
Young math learners are done a major disservice by speed trials and drills, says education expert Jo Boaler. We need to redesign education so that students work on problems they enjoy.
European robotics experts obviously have their priorities in order because they're designing a system to help facilitate more efficient winemaking.