Women’s health care is often treated as all about reproduction. Some “femtech” startups are exploring the innovations that get overlooked as a result.
Fed with billions of words, this algorithm creates convincing articles and shows how AI could be used to fool people on a mass scale.
The internet in the rural areas of the state is abysmal, which makes it the perfect place to test next generation satellite internet.
After decades of promises, personal air vehicles are finally getting close to commercial reality—but you still probably won’t own one
The genetic genie is out of the bottle. And it’s not going back.
The proposal is ambitious, wide-ranging and somewhat pragmatic about technology’s role. But whether it will ever see the light of day is unclear.
A diet supplemented with red algae could lessen the huge amounts of greenhouse gases emitted by cows and sheep, if we can just figure out how to grow enough.
The automaker believes sponsorship and ride-sharing will be key to making its nascent autonomous-car business take off.
With the growth in e-sports, more gamers are investing in some personal tutoring to help them progress. We paid a Fortnite coach to teach us his top tips.
A manufacturing trick with magnetic fields produces a battery that may discharge fast enough to get an aircraft off the ground.
The infamous “trolley problem” was put to millions of people in a global study, revealing how much ethics diverge across cultures.
Are we designing inequality into our genes?
Your family and friends will be able to interact with a digital “you” that doles out advice—even when you’re gone.
It should be possible to automatically identify dubious news sources—but we’ll need a lot more data.
In as little as 24 hours, Mapper will deliver a machine-readable map of any place on earth with public roads.
Wireless startup WiTricity wants cars to power up without human help and feed utilities energy during peak demand.
Two speakers at this year’s EmTech MIT conference addressed voting vulnerabilities.
Materials scientist Gerd Ceder is overseeing a research effort to extend the capabilities of the dominant form of energy storage, using a new class of compounds.
A startup called Rigetti Computing is linking quantum computers with classical ones in a new cloud service