Computing

New 3-D Printing Technique Makes Ceramic Parts

A new way of making these tough materials could be a key step in producing better airplane engines and long-lasting machine parts.

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Machine learning

Twitter’s Artificial Intelligence Knows What’s Happening in Live Video Clips

Twitter has been developing technology that automatically recognizes what’s happening in live video, a step toward sophisticated recommendations.

Innovation strategies

iPhone Slump Means Apple Must Compete Harder with Amazon and Google

Apple wants to make more money from cloud services—an area it doesn’t traditionally excel in that has many competitors.

Funding commercialization

Merck Wants Its Money Back if University Research Is Wrong

A drug company says economic sticks, not just carrots, are needed to fix the reproducibility crisis in science.

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Energy

Can we transform how we power and feed the world in time to head off climate change?

Innovation strategies

Amazon Prime or Amazon Redline?

Amazon’s same-day delivery service skirts many predominantly minority neighborhoods, raising a familiar charge that tech-company business imperatives can result in de facto digital inequality.

Clean power

Getting Cheap Wind Power Where It’s Needed Shouldn’t Be This Hard

State regulators have blocked several big transmission projects to bring wind power to the upper Midwest and the Southeast.