A new study claims that jobs outside automation are also under the threat of being replaced by robots. These include lawyers, therapists and teachers: all jobs that were initially thought the robot "apocalypse" will not be affecting.
Made of nanomaterials, metalenses is a lightweight material that can serve as a potential replacement to current lenses that are available in the market. If used, the nanomaterial could result to thinner, less bulky glasses.
Renewables are getting stronger in influence all around the world. It was found out that Europe has been relying on 90-percent of renewable energy in 2016. How will this impact the future of the continent?
2017 begins with another good news for marijuana sympathizers. It seems the drug can have beneficial effects to cancer victims, especially those suffering from brain cancer. It appears a variation of marijuana can kill brain cancers.
Wind energy is proving to be a growing industry in the U.S. with over 100,000 jobs being provided to workers. This is a milestone for the growing industry that is currently at risk of being affected by changing climate regulations under U.S. President Donald Trump's new administration.
If we think Elon Musk is not serious about digging a hole in the ground to make a underground tunnels, then we are all wrong. It appears the CEO of Tesla and SpaceX, and now the Boring Company, is on his way to create underground tunnels right now.
For Einstein, quantum entanglement is one of the mysteries he could not solve. For him, there cannot be an action at a distance without an interaction. However, modern physicists beg to differ. A new study proves itself to be the strongest evidence that the universe is really undergoing quantum entanglement.
The potential of using cells to hunt down tumors is something explored by a lot of scientists in the field in recent years. However, another study starts to grab the limelight after a surprising discovery.
Despite historic finds of fossilized protein in a dinosaur bone, it seems humanity is still far away from resurrecting the dinosaurs.
A team of scientists from Japan has found something strange in space, specifically a supersonic space cloud traveling the Milky Way.
Recent developments in artificial intelligence seems to show that the United States is no longer the "superior" country when it comes to the technology. The Pentagon's plan to bring AI to the military is taking shape as it appears Chinese researchers are also asserting their position in the field, as reflected by new developments.
Sleep is a mysterious aspect of human lives. A team of scientists has discovered that the brain shrinks during sleep, but it does no harm.
Jonathan Zornow, a freelance web developer, has accidentally stumbled upon an amazing feat -- make the world's first robotically-sewn garment.
Scientists have always been chasing the idea of quantum computing, as in technology that could grant humanity unprecedented processing power. However, researchers may have gotten their biggest break, as the first-ever open-source blueprint for a practical quantum computer has just been revealed.
Experts say the rate of electronic vehicles' growth will have huge implications on the oil, electric, utility markets and the industry as a whole. It may be maddeningly difficult to predict what will happen years from now, but analysts reveal that electric vehicles are poised to have a "very" rapid growth in the future.