Watching a virtual-reality promo of the film “Wild” on a Gear VR headset kind of blew my mind.
Knowledge banking for a hyper connected society.
Last week, Paul Allen and a colleague challenged the prediction that computers will soon exceed human intelligence. Now Ray Kurzweil, the leading proponent of the “Singularity,” offers a rebuttal.
The first global study of third party web trackers reveals a hidden ecosystem of data gathering that spreads around the world.
Criminals are increasingly using the internet to turn dirty money into a spotless shade of green. Now a report written for the United Nations lifts the lid on many of these increasingly popular techniques.
Another chance to catch the most interesting, and important, articles from the previous week on MIT Technology Review.
Japanese researchers build a gun capable of stopping speakers in mid-sentence.
Unlike conventional semiconductors, graphene cannot be switched off, a problem that threatens to scupper its use in future generations of transistors. Now physicists think they’ve found a solution.
In December, Google engineers trained a machine-learning algorithm to write picture captions using the same techniques it developed for language translation.
Vermont got it wrong on GMOs. Its mistake will affect people far beyond its borders.