Researchers say computer systems are learning from lots and lots of digitized books and news articles that could bake old attitudes into new technology.
Researchers at the Allen Institute have hit an artificial-intelligence milestone: a machine that is ready for high school science. Maybe even college.
It can feel like we have a firm sense of our histories. But we can only make out the twigs.
Read comic: I, Germ Line – by Mike Dawson
Images of the Starlink constellation in orbit have rattled astronomers around the world.
A prosthetic voice decodes what the brain intends to say and generates (mostly) understandable speech, no muscle movement needed.
Hundreds of thousands of miles of cable connect continents to support our insatiable demand for communication and entertainment. Companies have typically pooled their resources. Now Google is going its own way.
Scientists accelerated the update of a model of Earth’s fluctuating magnetic field, which is needed to keep navigational systems functioning. Many wondered what’s happening inside the planet’s core.
She was a real-life Peggy Carter, and a founder of national intelligence.
Pioneering codebreaker Elizebeth Friedman, a poet and mother of two, smashed spy rings by solving secret messages.