Startup View, formerly called Soladigm, introduces a dynamic glass window that tints based on building light and temperature.
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.
IBM researchers have developed an algorithm that predicts your home location using your last 200 tweets.
A promising technique for synthetic biology is fraught with risks.
No prizes for guessing who gets top billing. But who comes in at the bottom?
A leading neuroscientist says Kurzweil’s Singularity isn’t going to happen. Instead, humans will assimilate machines.
The Tor anonymity network is championed as a tool for freedom of speech and anonymity. But the reality is depressingly different, say Internet researchers who have analysed the network’s traffic using a security flaw.
Solar panels, used in the past Mars missions, were passed up in favor of a space battery for powering the car-size Curiosity robot.
Japanese researchers build a gun capable of stopping speakers in mid-sentence.
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