Computer art does not rival human art. Rather, art created by artificial intelligence is at once a compliment to the human brain, and a corollary to the achievements of oil paintings and classical music.
"Hang on, Mom. My coffee just flew in." IBM just filed a patent for drones to deliver coffee to people that they “sense” need it.
It’s a start. More to come?
A group affiliated with the Russian government has been found by Microsoft to have created at least six 'spear phishing' websites targeting U.S elections, and it's certain there there will be more before November.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk has shocked investors and now draws the ire of the SEC after clumsily announcing that he intended to take the company private.
The ICARUS Initiative aims to track migratory animals from space using special transmitters and antennae. The data retrieved from the project will help us conserve biodiversity but has the potential to promote human well-being and prosperity, too.
A new survey of 1,021 Americans finds that we still have lots of questions and concerns about GMOs and that we don’t even really know when we’re consuming them.
Want to go to school to learn how to mine in space? Now you can.
The European Commission is about to pass some laws regulating the future of the Internet. Here's how to make sure these laws are fair and just.
MIT researchers find that 1–2 percent of Earth’s oldest mantle rocks are made from diamond. rnrn
The FBI has warned banks that a group of criminals might be planning a large-scale ‘ATM cash-out’ after receiving a tip from an unknown source.
We know that excessive blue light is a problem. Now we know why.
Chinese hackers at DEFCON have demonstrated how they were able to hack an Amazon Echo unit, enabling them to listen and record unsuspecting targets.
The short answer is that an exact copy of the website was hacked, yes. In just 10 minutes. By an 11-year-old kid.
Like it or not, agreements made between hackers in Germany, Prague, and elsewhere could reconfigure the economy... and a frightening new world.
The pool of things that "AI Can't Do" appears to be steadily shrinking.
"We don't have to worry about some evil dictator A.I. because we are the A.I. collectively. That seems like the best outcome I can think of," says Elon Musk.
Global warming, the MMR vaccine, UFOs, and more are in the spotlight so far. But will it work?
Tesla CEO Elon Musk shocked the markets on Tuesday with a series of tweets outlining the mercurial entrepreneur’s desire to take the company private.
NASA announced the five winners of the latest phase of its 3D-Printing Habitat Competition for designing the structures to be used by humans on Mars.
A Defense Department project has developed some of the first tools able to detect when videos have been digitally manipulated—content often called deepfake videos.
Is it a super-secret place for the global el33t? Or is it just a bunch of n00bs masquerading as true h4x0rs?
Researchers at MIT have created what may be the smallest robots yet that can sense their environment, store data, and even carry out computational tasks. These nanorobots are the size of a human cell and they could flow through intestines or pipelines to detect problems.
The probe, no larger than a car, will be the closest a man-made object has ever gotten to the sun. We will be able to study and see it like we’ve never seen it before.
The latest advances in genetics and neuroscience suggest that mind control may soon be a reality. But how will we use this power once we get it?
Facebook and Instagram are introducing new tools that let mobile users track and manage how they spend time on their apps, like a timer that reminds you when you’ve hit a self-imposed app use time limit, and an option to limit notifications.