It appears the problem with fake news on the internet is worse than we thought. A new Stanford study shows that teenagers are likely to absorb social media content without considering its source.
Latest developments surrounding Google, Microsoft, and Facebook point toward massive plans of enhancing AI operations. While these have their benefits, will this eventually begin the rise of AI overlords?
Leading military and intelligence experts have revealed in a global conference just how governments may use social media as a tool for warfare, with alarming evidence of how they use the internet as "a new front in warfare."
Adam Bain, COO of Twitter, announced on his account his intention to depart from the social media platform. According to Bain, he has already spoken to Jack Dorsey, current CEO of Twitter, about his plans to resign.
The internet could turn out to become a nefarious and lawless battle zone, with Elon Musk hinting that the carnage could make matters worse. On a short exchange on Twitter, the CEO of SpaceX and Tesla Motors said that the technology built to improve the lives of human beings is slowly turning into a disastrous weapon.
Developments in the field of artificial intelligence and a recent string of attacks on numerous websites signal a terrifying future of cyber warfare, Elon Musk told his five million Twitter followers on Thursday.
Twitter is not only a venue for rants and raves, musings and thoughts, and of status updates of celebrities. It can be possibly a venue for researchers to find out about Twitter users' health by analyzing their tweets.
T-mobile CEO announced that as a way of thanksgiving, he will give away a free ticket to Mars, but there's a catch, his Tweet should be re-posted one million times for someone to win the prize.
Popular EurekAlert!, a Science press site, is currently offline due to an attack made by an unknown hacker last Sept. 9.
A man captures a poignant yet inspiring sight of a light that beams off World Trade Center last Thursday. The said photo went viral after it was posted on Twitter days before the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 attack.
Twitter users have identified an X-shaped cluster of stars in a photo of the Milky Way galaxy.
A series of tweets between astronomers led to a study that confirmed there's an X-shaped formation at the center of the Milky Way galaxy.
A new study says reposting information online may interfere with learning abilities, causing "cognitive overload" and diminished comprehension.
With social media, it's no surprise that scientists have taken some time off their laboratories and research papers and work on their virtual presence. While the Kardashians may simply be famous for being... well, famous, these science stars have their studies and insights to help boost their growing following online.
In Buffalo, a city that knows about inclement weather, a recent study found that people's weather-related Twitter comments could improve existing weather models and make it easier for traffic planners to know what's out there.