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Carnegie Mellon’s Alex Waibel aims to turn computers into astute observers that sense our needs-and even our emotions.
Planes powered by cheap reusable rockets could be the future of space transportation. But don’t look to NASA: the initiative is coming from a group of small, maverick companies.
How can you protect yourself from biological and chemical weapons? Forget duct tape. The answer is blowing in the wind.
New intelligence software finds meaning in the chaos of clues scattered throughout data-saturated networks. The challenge: to unravel terrorist plots before they happen.
How the technology behind biometric security works.
Electronic music’s Soviet roots.
Software aims for safer bypass operations.
Computers that can simultaneously process information in numerous alternate realities are less theoretical than you might think.
The human liver cells in Linda Griffith’s miniature device behave just as they would in the body, permitting more accurate drug and toxin testing.