Challenging the human capabilities, online symptom-checker applications were still swept away by real physicians as results from a study tried to compare performances of human doctors to sophisticated computer programs on disease diagnostics for the first time.
Researchers from MIT have developed a revolutionary "skin" that will help protect robots and humans from impacts and dangerous landings.
For hobbyists of rare and vintage electronics, summers at the Massachusetts Instution of Technology (MIT) must be paradise. Swapfest, a kind of flea market in a small parking lot in campus, gathers together buyers and sellers of everything high-tech and obscure from massive telescopes to antique radios.
If snapping your funny video and sharing it to the public s already fun enough, what's more if you use stylish sunglasses that can actually catch and record your Snapchat story?
Oscar award winning actor, Leonardo Di Caprio recently unveiled free technology that would allow its users to spy on global fishing practices across the globe. All this in hopes of stopping illegal activity happening in the oceans.
When you're a firefighter, your life is always on the brink of danger. Now, NASA has developed an artificial intelligence system called AUDREY that could help save the lives of firefighters by nagivating them in smoke-filled burning establishments.
A group of researchers at Drexel University and the Korea Institute of Science & Technology is working on containing electromagnetic pollution from electric current in everyday obejcts via a thin nanomaterial coating.
Technology has greatly affected our lives over the years. Now, a study from Stanford University has revealed how artificial intelligence (A.I.) may change people's lifestyle -- from transportation, employment, health and household chores -- by the year 2030.
Chicago, in partnership with researchers at the University of Chicago, Argonne National Library and other companies, has started building on what looks like a fitness tracker built to check the vitals of its city.
ETH Zurich has tested what most people can’t even wrap their heads around; electrons oscillating at near petahertz levels.
The world’s biggest passport producer De La Rue is currently developing a new paperless passport.
China aims to end Intel's dominance in the market by topping the TOP500 list of the world's fastest computer.
With science stepping up to the plate, this might be the last chance to save this species from extinction.
Otto is working on its self-driving trucks. Let's have a look at what it has in store.
The first ever Hyperloop One demonstration in Nevada proved to be successful, with a bare-metal sled rocketing down a track at 2G force. The tech aims to go full scale by 2017, with its first passengers targeted by 2021.