Automated bots can not only evade detection but also gather followers and become influential among various social groups, say computer scientists who have let their bots loose on Twitter.
Another chance to catch the most interesting, and important, articles from the previous week on MIT Technology Review.
Unwinding Scotch tape produces enough radiation to image a human finger.
Osram Sylvania LED bulb shows that lighting manufacturers can finally match other technologies on brightness.
A new theoretical model suggests that quantum entanglement helps prevent the molecules of life from breaking apart.
The Harvard-MIT genomic science institute stays mute on how it will assert control over the tools expected to speed cures and change gene therapy.
What happens when content is separated from the means to distribute it? Your cable company would rather not find out.
To translate one language into another, find the linear transformation that maps one to the other. Simple, say a team of Google engineers
A new model of the way the THz waves interact with DNA explains how the damage is done and why evidence has been so hard to gather
Astronomers have long known that combining the data from several astrophotographs can reveal dramatically more detail about astrophysical objects. So what will they discover by combining all the astrophotographs on the Web?