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IBM researchers have developed an algorithm that predicts your home location using your last 200 tweets.
A roundup of the most interesting stories from other sites, collected by the staff at MIT Technology Review.
The way players form into groups in online games reveals that hierarchies are an inevitable product of the human condition, say complexity scientists.
Data is crucial to our lives, but it can be hard to make sense of. That’s what makes these visualization tools potentially transformative.
Autonomous vehicles promise to have an enormous economic impact, even if significant uncertainties remain.
Motorola’s Moto 360 smart watch looks a lot like a regular watch but can still act like a computer.
Some people are more susceptible to conspiracy theories than others, say computational social scientists who have studied how false ideas jump the “credulity barrier” on Facebook.
The best of the rest from the arXiv preprint server.
When it comes to cities, being big and rich is better for the planet than being big and poor, according to a new study of carbon dioxide emissions from cities around the world. But is this correct?