Today’s children and youth are very tech savvy and easily use tablets, laptops, and smartphones to access the Internet, play games and consume media. AR can put that on fast-forward.
By training algorithms on human data, they learn our biases.
Artificial intelligence and automation stand poised to put millions out of work and make inequality even more pronounced. Is it possible to solve one problem with another?
Artificial Intelligence (AI), Virtual Reality (VR), and Artificial Reality (AR) are changing the way Americans are traveling. We only have room to fly up from here!
A new paper estimates the low and high end of total electricity consumption by the Bitcoin network, but not all agree with the methodology.
Elon Musk revealed some new details about the early stages of the Boring Company’s plans to transform the mass-transit system in Los Angeles.
Creativity is of vital importance in the modern world. Does diversity help promote it?
What would it cost to move some of the world's most famous landmarks to new locations?
Google's recent AI technology that can mimic humans is raising ethical concerns.
Disney has plans to make the Star Wars galaxy the setting for the widespread introduction of virtual reality and augmented reality to the public at large.
Northwestern scientists believe they may have a way of wiping out heart disease for good.
You are who you are because of your environment. What happens in a virtual world in an environment created by another mind?
'Enter the room' is a rare case of an augmented reality app that could genuinely make the world a better place. Read our review here.
In a paper published Monday, security experts outline two attacks that malicious parties could use to gain access to a target's entire inbox.
Is Google's moral compass broken?
For many years the concept of virtual worlds and far flung digital realities was the stuff of speculative fiction and philosophy. But it may soon take over the world.
We've always used media as a means of framing reality. How will this affect our relationship with VR?
Virtual reality is helping train counter-terrorism officers.
Researchers say they’ll someday be able to recreate experiences, perceptions, and sensations with a device the size of a backpack.
The masterminds behind Silicon Valley were doing more than coding.