At the Media Lab, you get asked questions by all kinds of folks: faculty, students, sponsors, and … well … urinals.
Massively multicore processors will enable smarter computers that can infer our activities.
Giving each member of a digital crowd its own personality could make animated mob scenes more realistic.
The chip maker has announced a drive that could bring the power of desktop computers to handheld devices.
A brief disquisition as to why–when it comes to innovation–superficial economic analysis is worse than no analysis at all.
A new chip design could lead to cheaper solar panels, sensor networks, and flat-screen TVs.
This summer, as a meltdown in the subprime credit market spilled over into other markets, all eyes were on the mathematically trained financial engineers known as “quants.” Who are these guys?