- All Data Packets Are Equal—Some More than Others
New pricing schemes, content deals, and technologies are challenging net neutrality.
- Next-Generation Consumer 3-D Printer Arrives, but a Lawsuit Looms
Formlabs is bringing down the costs of a better 3-D printing technique, but it must survive a patent lawsuit.
- The Machine-Readable Workforce
Companies are analyzing more data to guide how they hire, recruit, and promote their employees.
- Trained on Jeopardy, Watson Is Headed for Your Pocket
The software that obliterated human champions on Jeopardy will now be talking to customers of banks and other companies through websites and mobile apps.
- Wanted for the Internet of Things: Ant-Sized Computers
A computer two millimeters square is the start of an effort to make chips that can put computer power just about anywhere for the vaunted “Internet of Things.”
- A Tiny Cell-Phone Transmitter Takes Root in Rural Africa
Rural areas could benefit greatly from a rugged outdoor base station.
- The Latest Artificial Heart: Part Cow, Part Machine
A French company is preparing to test a complex artificial heart that combines biology with machinery. <
Five poems about the mind
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As organizations navigate a new world of hybrid work, tech innovation will be crucial for employee connection and collaboration.
I taught myself to lucid dream. You can too.
We still don’t know much about the experience of being aware that you’re dreaming—but a few researchers think it could help us find out more about how the brain works.
Is everything in the world a little bit conscious?
The idea that consciousness is widespread is attractive to many for intellectual and, perhaps, also emotional
reasons. But can it be tested? Surprisingly, perhaps it can.
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