The meaning of the cryptic text has eluded scholars for centuries. Their latest efforts include computational analyses seeking new insights into the medieval enigma.
Air currents in our atmosphere limit the resolving power of giant telescopes, but computers and artificial stars can sharpen the blur.
Surely they can't be worse...can they?
They could also "turn off" their fear.
Giving speech to the speechless.
Neuroscientist and author Bobby Azarian explores the idea that the Universe is a self-organizing system that evolves and learns.
Vanadium dioxide is a strange material that "remembers" information and when it was stored. This is akin to biological memory.
Some analysts predict that Amazon's revenue will double over the next five years.
The ability to decode acoustic information from brain activity aids the development of brain-computer interfaces that restore communication in patients who suffer paralysis.
The researchers suggest that their results demonstrate intelligence in silico.
The solution involves the infamous Navier-Stokes equations, which are so difficult, there is a $1-million prize for solving them.
Remember Stephen Hawking's robotic voice? It wasn’t a robot.
Ginni Rometty shares lessons in leadership learned during her 40 year tenure and recent executive position as former CEO of IBM.
A computer that could decidedly pass Alan Turing's test would represent a major step toward artificial general intelligence.
One of Apple's key innovations serves as a psychological breakthrough, as its technology eliminates the isolating feel of headset use.
The brain implant lets her talk four times faster than the previous record.
Without this genius optical trick, those gigantic telescopes aren’t any better than the one in your backyard
Size matters, but it's not the only thing.
No one is teaching us how to be online. That’s a problem.
How efficiently could quantum engines operate?
Is science close to explaining everything about our Universe? Physicist Sabine Hossenfelder reacts.
Maybe the brain isn't "classical" after all.
Godfrey Hounsfield’s early life did not suggest that he would accomplish much at all.
People naturally judge fact from fiction in offline social settings, so why is it so hard online?
There may be unknown particles lurking inside the quantum foam.
Psychedelics mess with our prior beliefs, and could help us see what forms these beliefs in the first place.