Artificial intelligence and developments in the field are making staggering revolutionary implications in the world today. So is there room for fake news?
Think of 2020, with the Olympic Games being held in Tokyo. There will be drone deliveries, driverless taxis and home robots will be a normal sight in one part of Japan. A Drone City may be functioning with at least 200 flying robots across a 10KM radius.
To stop Supercharger Station hogging, Tesla introduced a fleet-wide fee for cars that remains in the charging slot even when their batteries are already fully charged.
Researchers from Princeton University have discovered a way to improve the light harvesting rates of the cryptophyte algae Chroomonas mesostigmatica: quantum coherence.
Alternative energy sources are very much in demand as a means to power next-generation electronic devices. Penn State materials scientists and electrical engineers, through the funding of electronics company Samsung, have developed a mechanical energy transducer that could harvest unused mechanical energy in the environment, including wind, ocean waves and human motion.
Researchers from Duke University have found a way to effectively print images with colors that could extend to infrared without the need for expensive and bulky machines. Most infrared imaging technologies require much assembly and numerous filters. Duke engineers have developed a manufacturing technique that would revolutionize multispectral printing.
Microsoft appears to be quite determined to lead the arrival of AI to our everyday lives. It has just unveiled massive AI projects ranging on a variety of services, courtesy of CEO Satya Nadella in a meeting with developers early this year.
It seems it's Japan's turn to tackle the problem of junk around the Earth. Its solution? It wants to use a giant electric whip on a cargo ship and whip everything away. Seems crazy? Possibly. But some think it makes sense.
Amazon has made it public knowledge that it plans to launch a drone-based delivery service a few years back. However, it was just until yesterday that it remained fiction. Amazon has announced its first successful drone delivery on December 7.
Mind control previously belonged to the realm of science fiction, but scientists from the University of Minnesota just made it possible. By introducing a major breakthrough that allows people to control a robotic arm using only their minds, the researchers believe this discovery has the potential to aid patients who suffer from paralysis or neurodegenerative diseases.
It’s official: Elon Musk, the bright mind behind amazing space and tech startups like SpaceX, Tesla Motors, and SolarCity, will be one of the strategic advisors for US President-elect Donald Trump.
A little girl named Layla was treated with gene-edited immune cells in 2015. This helped eliminate all signs of leukemia that were out to kill her body. It was experimental, but by the end of 2017, many lives would have been saved with this revolutionary gene editing treatment.
A new study from the Queensland University of Technology (QUT) has found out that talking hands-free on a mobile phone while behind the wheel, though not considered illegal, is equally distracting as using a handheld mobile phones.
Google and small British startup Improbable are out to do the "impossible" -- make the entire world a virtual reality.
Limiting the effects of global warming has taken a toll on a number of industries around the world. It remains one of the challenges the world is facing today. So some scientists have a risky plan: geoengineering.