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Opinion: America needs a special visa program aimed at attracting more AI experts and specialists.
In a world of cheap gas, easy-come auto loans, ride-hail, and now a new breed of bike- and scooter-share, transit riders aren’t riding like they use to.
A survey finds that the majority of Californians think tech has been “under-regulated” and merits more government oversight.
The hybrid-powered aircraft will carry up to 500 pounds with a range of 300 miles, and could enter service next year.
Drag your finger on the in-app map, and the mobile Route Builder translates your scrawl into an ideal path. The beta version debuts soon for Strava Summit users.
Domo arigato, debating roboto: An IBM project shows that a computer can carry on a sophisticated—if creepy—argument with a human.
And roughly 80 percent of Americans say tech companies should do more to prevent it, according to a new survey from the Anti-Defamation League.
To promote its upcoming superhero flick, Marvel went full Geocities. And experts say it hit all the right notes.
Tuesday's big event, in which Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey answered questions from journalist Kara Swisher, was peppered with typos that muddied the message.
A new Defense Department strategy calls for rapid adoption of AI across the military, and Google, Oracle, IBM, and SAP have signaled interest in a partnership.
State media has reported that Russia will attempt to disconnect from the global internet this spring. That's going to be tricky.
The Green New Deal unveiled by congressional Democrats last week is fairly criticized for being vague and unrealistic. But the US needs ambitious societal goals.
There's a reason Howard the Duck is going to Hulu and not Disney+.
It's about cats now.
Click on your city, and the map will pinpoint a modern analog city that matches what your climate may be in 2080. The results are startling.
Rie Yamada collects vintage photo albums and re-stages the images—with herself as all the subjects.
Opinion: Humans train the machine-learning and AI systems at Facebook, Google, and Twitter to filter out bias. The problem: they don't know what they're looking for.
A hacker can accelerate Xiaomi M365 scooter—or hit the breaks—while a rider is on it.
In the movie *Gravity*, Sandra Bullock uses a fire extinguisher to maneuver in space. Controlling it is much, much harder than it looks.
At Culture Biosciences, rows of bioreactors are brewing yeast and bacteria so synthetic biology startups can produce their foods, biofuels, and medicines faster.