Infographics look at jobs 95% likely to be taken by robots and the working hours that will be lost.
“Earth orbits the Sun in a shooting gallery.” — Neil deGrasse Tyson
Mosquitos kill about 725,000 people a year... making them the deadliest animal in the world. Our own blood could kill them, thanks to a new study of an old drug.
Researchers were shocked at how accurate it was and that no one had noticed it before.
Although there are many advantages, it could be problematic for one particular group of people.
What’s the Boring Company going to do with all the rock it excavates while digging tunnels? Elon Musk wants to sell it to you in “LEGO-like” kits.
“We are in the process of finding out what filling the sky with hundreds of thousands of satellites does to all life on Earth.” ― Steven Magee
Have an Android phone or device? You might want to read this.
The non-lethal weapons lab of the military unveils a futuristic weapon that can create speech and heat out of thin air dozens of miles away.
Today, we are in the golden age of meltdowns. More and more of our systems are in the danger zone, but our ability to manage them hasn’t quite caught up.
Half of all blindness in humans is due to macular degeneration. There looks to be a cure.
Amid an ongoing battle over the retail and grocery delivery market, Walmart has filed a patent for robotic bees that would pollinate crops just like the real insects.
A Wikipedia/YouTube "fact checker" relationship is in the works.
Now might just be the best time in history to be a geek or a nerd. How have the definitions and connotations changed over time?
There's a new, highly secure way to vote and count ballots, and it's just been tested in a real-world election.
In 2017, SpaceX announced plans to send a cargo mission to Mars by 2022. But Elon Musk said the company's BFR could be ready to make the journey sooner.
With sustainable production, you could see houses, skyscrapers, and all kinds of things made of nanowood.
Dammit, Spock, can your cold, calculating reason fathom the mysteries of the human heart?
MIT is working on something that will change how we use energy in dramatic ways.
The weather in most parts of Russia forces drivers to face harsh conditions—snow, mud, and poor visibility. It’s in this environment that Cognitive Technologies saw an opportunity.