A Georgia Tech study finds that preferences for robo-servants vary by our ages and according to the chosen task.
Network models famously fail to capture the dynamics of many real-world marketing campaigns. Now computer scientists say they’ve solved the problem.
Researchers look at social media to understand how updates and “likes” differ between personality types.
Ever puzzled over an incomprehensible acronym? Help is at hand thanks to the work of European researchers who say their acronym recognition algorithm works in 22 languages and should work in others too
At a conference teeming with Google Glass wearers, this glasses-wearer felt out of place.
An app for Google’s wearable computer Glass can recognize objects in front of a person wearing the device.
German researchers have designed, built, and tested the first metamaterial made out of superconducting quantum resonators.
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Facebook says its ad targeting technology has irked its users and will be upgraded.
A roundup of the most interesting stories from other sites, collected by the staff at MIT Technology Review.