Researchers in the field of artificial intelligence may pave way to AI that can create new drugs by learning how to mix and match molecules in effective patterns.
LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner revealed in a conference that chances are, more than five-million jobs may be displaced by new technology in 2020.
A new machine learning algorithm from engineers at U of T Engineering may soon be able to allow users to directly instruct AI than an existing set of examples.
A designer has created a recyclable and foldable cycling helmet made of paper. It won this year's international James Dyson Award and is designed to help people who use bike-sharing schemes and do not have constant access to helmets.
Microsoft has announced a partnership with Elon Musk, Peter Thiel, and Sam Altman's non-profit Open AI to further research into deep learning and neural networks.
Scientists have managed to perfect a pill that, when taken, releases daily doses of medicine for extended periods of time.
A pair of Nebraskan engineers have devised a cost-effective way to make concrete that can shield electronics from EMP waves, effectively turning the tide on cybernetic and electronic warfare.
A group of Chinese scientists is the first to inject an actual human being with cells containing genes edited using the controversial CRISPR method.
A farm in South Australia is the first to utilize a combination of solar power and seawater to produce food in the middle of the desert, completely independent of non-renewable resources.
Video games are entering a state of transition. The arrival of new media such as virtual and augmented reality is changing the way games are played. However, unseen competitors are on the horizon. Enter the world of video game simulators.
Alaska Airlines had a commercial flight from Seattle to Washington, D.C., using jet fuel made out of alcohol from wood scraps. The plane, literally flying on wood, is a game-changer in the renewable jet fuel arena.
NVIDIA will team up with the National Cancer Institute, the U.S. Department of Energy, and several laboratories to make an AI (artificial intelligence) system to boost cancer research efforts.
A new regulation from the U.S. Department of Transportation requires a sound "software" for newly manufactured hybrid and electric light-duty vehicles to help "avoid accidents."
A New York-based startup will be setting up new lights in Las Vegas, and you can power it yourself. The Vegas "kinetic tile" will be powered by solar energy during the day and by footsteps in the night.