Researchers look at crowdsourcing as a way to teach ethics to AI.
Voters in California may get to decide whether teachers’ salaries should match those of state legislators at the expense of a hike in the sales tax.
It’s fascinating how an octopus's skin does this and how these scientists recreated it.
Should there be a ceiling to the ambitions of Silicon Valley? It seems like a decisive “no,” according to the people who want to build new societies online, atop the ocean, and on Mars.
This is a nice addition to the findings of the “yellow snow” study.
Another bit of science fiction is coming to life as scientists develop a highly elastic and adhesive surgical glue, similar to the one Ryan Gosling used to seal his wound in Blade Runner 2049.
Acupuncture has a bad rap in the scientific community, but can modern brain scanning techniques redeem it?
This discovery finally points to the source of Earth's precious heavy elements, also proves Einstein correct in more ways than one.
U.S. Congress hears expert testimony on a potentially devastating military threat from North Korea.
A new study by the European Commission found that video game piracy may increase the downloading of legitimate games by 24%.
Ukrainian military shows off a new robot that can see action against Russian-backed forces next year.
What's a real leader anyway? Harvard historian Nancy Koehn mines history for some answers.
How precise can measurements get? Imagine accurately measuring a quartz crystal with merely a few photons.
Scotland and Canada also announced they’re getting off of coal completely.
A Clinton Global Initiative event at Northeastern University highlights the work of its alums.
A common belief that regulations are a burden on businesses is challenged by Maryn McKenna’s book Big Chicken.
There is however, at least one caveat.
It’s the 1st observed psychedelic-caused molecular changes inside human neural tissue.
Technology is allowing us to quantify exercise like never before, but turning activity into a game may be the most successful way to encourage fitness yet.
With a 5-10 year warning, we could develop a plan to change an asteroid’s trajectory.