There might be a better way of making social media a healthier place, from creating more user-friendly settings to setting up our own sites from scratch.
AI has huge potential to transform our lives, but the term itself is being abused in very worrying ways, says Zachary Lipton, an assistant professor at Carnegie Mellon University.
CeCe Moore’s company has been helping police departments solve cold cases by uploading crime-scene DNA to public genealogy databases.
The pioneer behind a new national plan says it could help the US compete—and address a looming shortage of quantum engineers.
Two speakers at this year’s EmTech MIT conference addressed voting vulnerabilities.
Its efforts are still just experiments, but the global development bank is serious about using blockchains to help it reduce poverty.
Boeing is investing in artificial intelligence and products that will help manage our overcrowded skies and take the pressure off human pilots.
Software that optimizes seed selection, reduces fertilizer use, and detects early signs of disease is revolutionizing agriculture.
MIT professor Dina Katabi is building a gadget that can sit in one spot and track everything from breathing to walking, no wearables required.
By applying AI to industrial data, the startup is minimizing machines’ downtime.
If Veo Robotics is successful, human factory workers will eventually work with robots the way farmers work with horses.
Machine learning and game theory help Carnegie Mellon assistant professor Fei Fang predict attacks and protect people.
Top energy scientist Daniel Schrag says we have to adapt and innovate, because we’re already signed up for centuries of higher global temperatures.
Cognitive science and neuroscience could inspire the next big innovations in artificial intelligence, says the head of an ambitious new MIT-led research project.