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A prominent national voice on issues of R&D and education says he’ll retire from MIT’s top post.
Parents have more control than ever before over how popular culture influences their kids. The trick is to treat media as an ally rather an enemy.
The handwringing about obsolete formats is misguided. The digital files we create today will be around for a very, very long time.
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A new breed of computer software keeps tabs on how people and objects act. To really work, though, these programs have to learn and adapt.
Computer games enter the debates about the U.S military response to Osama and Saddam. But is the country ready to play out this conflict?