Google is slowly becoming (if it is not already) the go-to place for everyone who needs "smart" solutions to problems. However, researchers at Google's DeepMind may have found a way to make their AI smarter.
Europe’s Vega rocket successfully launched into orbit five high-resolution Earth observation satellites, demonstrating the flexibility of its upper stage and multisatellite carrier.
Many of the world's biggest companies publicly support U.S. President Barack Obama's climate change agenda, but a new review reveals that these same companies support his rivals and climate change skeptics.
Scientists introduce new bioelectronics technique that could control human nerve cells to treat chronic diseases.
Google Maps and Google Earth have received a 700 trillion pixel upgrade in their satellite map imagery.
Google launches Science Journal, an app that can use the sensors in smartphones to record and measure data and made it into graph and tables.
Finally, the wait is over as Google's Project Ara reveals the latest update on modular phones'.
Uber has just brought to Pittsburgh streets its first ever self-driving car that's so amazing you would think it should be driven by a superhero.
Google is teaching their artificial intelligence machine to be more conversational and to do so, they are reading them more than 2,000 romance novels.
Google launched a virtual reality painting app called Tilt Brush. It enables artists to draw life-size artworks using a virtual brush and virtual palette. This technology is believed to usher in the new era of art.
The high demand for AI talents at giant corporations This means the academe is directly affected because their smartest AI experts are rapidly transferring to the corporate world and leaving the academe.
Tech giants are known for their contributions to society in terms of information, communications and technology. In light of issues hounding the environment, here are five companies and their impact on our planet.
A new mobile app developed by the University of Nebraska and other partners and using NASA satellite images. This will allow more water managers, farmers and others to conserve water.
A computer program has learned how to play classic Atari games all on its own, and Google, who is backing the startup DeepMind Technologies, is hailing it as a significant achievement on the way to true artificial intelligence.