Meron Gribetz says that his gesture controlled glasses can make you more productive.
Proposal would use gene-editing patents to force scientists to open their labs to scrutiny.
Google’s in-house VR filmmaker has figured out how to improve cinematic content for VR headsets.
Recent research suggests climate change will lead to troubling social and economic damages, including a severe drop in global GDP.
The top prosecutor in Manhattan thinks Washington will finally heed his call to make Apple resume opening devices to investigators.
Rachel Haot of 1776 says that by spending time with government officials, entrepreneurs can learn to navigate red tape.
The CEO of NextEV’s U.S. operations, Padmasree Warrior, sees opportunity in a crowded field.
The world needs cheap, scalable batteries to support a clean energy grid—but there’s a big obstacle standing in the way.
Objects that recycle ambient radio signals can get online without a power source.
A $28 million government project is betting that tapping rodent brains will pay big dividends for AI research.
The social network wants to use satellites, drones, and new forms of wireless to widen Internet access.
Better vision and manipulation could help robots move into factories and even homes.
NuTonomy is conducting “the world’s largest, most expensive focus group” with self-driving taxis in Singapore.
Spark Therapeutics is within striking distance of a landmark green light from the FDA for its treatment for certain forms of blindness.
How many problems can tech companies solve on their own without broad social consensus?
Ruslan Salakhutdinov, a deep-learning expert at Carnegie Mellon, is exploring smart ways for computers to learn about the world.