Intel’s goal is to build chips that work more like the human brain. Now its engineers think they know how
Medicine has been revolutionised by 3D imaging techniques. But you ain’t seen nothing yet, say data imaging researchers
The Supreme Court’s ruling on warrantless cell-phone searches is an encouraging acknowledgement that the Constitution protects our privacy from much more than physical trespass.
The elaborate records kept by the US Patent Office since 1790 are allowing researchers to study the nature of invention and how it has changed in 200 years.
Tablets stole the show, but they’re not true analogs for paper.
As robots become ever more present in daily life, the question of how to control their behaviour naturally arises. Does Asimov have the answer?
When it comes to research into Artificial Life, commercial projects have begun to outpace academic ones.
Not only does student participation decline dramatically throughout the new generation of Web-based courses, but the involvement of teachers in online discussions makes it worse.
Managing brain resources in an age of complexity.