Governments Want Answers From Apple About Its iPhone Battery Slowdowns
- Alvaro Eeyes | Unsplash
US Special Counsel Robert Mueller (pictured above) has charged 13 Russians and three organizations, including the Internet Research Agency, with alleged interference in the 2016 presidential election.
Misinformation Inc.: The meddling was widely known,… Read more
Artificial intelligence is an increasingly seamless part of our everyday lives, present in everything from web searches to social media to home assistants like Alexa. But what do we do if this massively important technology is unintentionally, but fundamentally,...Read the full story →
Autonomous weapons remain incredibly controversial, and the debate even extends to the soldiers that might be working with them.
A new digital training ground that replicates an average home lets AI learn how to do simple chores like slicing apples, making beds, or carrying drinks in a low-stakes environment.
Background: We all want a robot to run around our home and fetch us… Read more
Collisions and near-misses are renewing concerns about hobbyist drone pilots getting in the way of larger aircraft.
Missing code and data are making it difficult to compare machine-learning work—and that may be hurting progress.
While the lofty goal of the landmark Paris climate agreement was to prevent global temperatures from rising 2 °C, it’s increasingly unlikely the world will pull that off (see “Global warming’s worst-case projections look increasingly likely”).
Several...Read the full story →
You’ve heard of CRISPR as a way to edit or delete genes. Now, two leading biologists say it could also be used to detect cancer or viruses.
As unsexy as it sounds, a new set of equations may be the secret to 3-D printing for construction.