Well-hidden sea walls, white rooftops, and community programs to monitor for signs of heat illnesses are all part of the strategy for helping the Big Apple cope with global warming.
Hao Li sees deepfake technology as moving quickly toward being indistinguishable from reality.
How accessible would a cure be to the people who need it?
Bans in cities could spread to states, then up to Washington.
Relativity Space, a well-funded startup, is going all-in on additive manufacturing. But is that too much of a good thing?
Hao Li has spent his career perfecting digital trickery. Now he’s working to confront the problem of increasingly seamless off-the-shelf deception.
Yoshua Bengio wants to stop talk of an AI arms race and make the technology more accessible to the developing world.
Products designed for older people reinforce a bogus image of them as passive and feeble.
We will soon learn if a much-hyped, rapamycin-like drug can boost the immune response by targeting how the body ages.
The disease may be among the first to be treated with the novel gene-editing tool.
How DNA sequencing and new genetic drugs raise the chance we can cure any inherited disease.
New guidelines on freedom and privacy protection signal that the Chinese state is open to dialogue about how it uses technology.
Only a few legislators really know what they’re talking about, but it’s a start.
With the election approaching, lawmakers are facing up to the fact they need to do something about the explosion in manipulated media.
Fires ravaged the West, hurricanes battered the East—and still emissions continued to rise.
How it works, why it’s so powerful, and where it’s likely to be most useful first
Alex Stamos on the risks of giving his former employer and other giant platforms the power to determine what people can—and can’t—say online.
Artificial intelligence is offering an amazing opportunity to increase prosperity, but whether or not we will seize it is our choice.
The definition of artificial intelligence is constantly evolving, and the term often gets mangled, so we are here to help.
Service in the rural areas of the state is abysmal, which makes it the perfect place to test next-generation satellite internet.
The coming explosion of constellations