- Google Glass Still Needs a Killer App
Glass is still a pain to use, but a few apps reveal what it could become.
- Heart Implants, 3-D-Printed to Order
Tailor-made medical devices could give a more detailed picture of cardiac health and may be better at predicting and preventing problems.
- Newsweek Says It’s Found Bitcoin Creator Satoshi Nakamoto
How reporters tracked down a reclusive California physicist and programmer.
- Watching for a Crimean Cyberwar Crisis
An info-war is under way as websites are blocked and telecom cables to Crimea are mysteriously cut.
- Intel Designs a Safe Meeting Place for Private Data
A super-secure place for sensitive data to mingle could free companies to get the benefits of sharing it without risking leaks.
- Can Gene Therapy Cure HIV?
Engineering a patient’s own immune cells to resist HIV could eliminate the need for lifelong antiretroviral therapies.
- How Airships Are Set to Revolutionize Science
Airships can patrol the upper atmosphere, monitoring the ground or peering at the stars for a fraction of a cost of satellites, according to a new report. All that’s needed is a prize to kick-start innovation. <
The dark secret behind those cute AI-generated animal images
Google Brain has revealed its own image-making AI, called Imagen. But don't expect to see anything that isn't wholesome.
Inside Charm Industrial’s big bet on corn stalks for carbon removal
The startup used plant matter and bio-oil to sequester thousands of tons of carbon. The question now is how reliable, scalable, and economical this approach will prove.
The hype around DeepMind’s new AI model misses what’s actually cool about it
Some worry that the chatter about these tools is doing the whole field a disservice.
How Charm Industrial hopes to use crops to cut steel emissions
The startup believes its bio-oil, once converted into syngas, could help clean up the dirtiest industrial sector.
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