Tech companies are beginning to accept that the artificial intelligence they’re building their futures on could be flawed. From studies showing that language-processing AI can be sexist to more recent
When you need to recreate the frozen temperatures of Jupiter's Europa, few places on Earth will do. It's hard to get over putting your life's work in harm's way. Britney Schmidt hasn't. The Georgia Tech
In Alaska, scientists have uncovered something they say is remarkable: the remains of two infants dating back more than 11,000 years. Their discovery is evidence of the earliest wave of migration into
Magazine Scientists can now do research on live human organs without petri dishes or animal testing. Before, it was inconceivable: risk-free biomedical testing on living human organs. But new “organs-on-chips”
Washington (CNN) — Defense Secretary James Mattis said on Thursday that the "US military does not leave its troops behind" but did not provide additional details into why the body of Sgt. La David Johnson
(CNN) — Reinforcements from other regions are helping firefighters contain more of the largest wildfires devastating Northern California, though strong winds expected over the weekend could challenge gains,
Desperate rescue workers scrabbled through rubble in a floodlit search on Wednesday for dozens of children feared buried beneath a Mexico City school, one of hundreds of buildings wrecked by the country's
By Derek Hawkins Derek Hawkins National reporter focused on cybersecurity Email Bio Follow By all accounts, the head nurse at the University of Utah Hospital’s burn unit was professional and restrained
Big Telecom has little interest in expanding to small towns and farmlands, so rural America is building its own solutions. Broadband Land is an ongoing Motherboard series about the digital divide in America.
Ahmir "Questlove" Thompson, the drummer and leader of The Tonight Show's house band The Roots, says he's obsessed with the creative process. His new book, somethingtofoodabout, is a collection of his with
Microsoft is closing off one of the easiest ways to Google search in Windows 10. The company has announced in a blog post that starting today, it will block the ability to perform third-party searches
Despite the abundance of technology that I surround myself with (laptop, phone, second monitor, tablet, camera, ridiculously heavy and terrible iPad charger) the two tool that never outlive their welcome
Samsung today announced that its TabPro S convertible tablet will be available for purchase starting tomorrow, March 18th. The TabPro S runs Windows 10, comes with a keyboard case, and will cost $899.99.
A far-out plan to create swarms of self-replicating solar panel satellites "Global warming is the greatest challenge our species will face in the next 100 years," says Justin Lewis-Weber. Currently a school
Microsoft started previewing its new Outlook.com interface back in May, but it's now rolling out broadly today. New users who sign up to the service from the US will immediately access the new interface,
Fellow "Gilmore Girls" fans, our prayers have been answered: After months of rumors, Netflix finally, officially confirmed that a revival of the beloved series is indeed coming to the streaming service.
According to The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's forecast for the 2015-16 winter, El Niño weather conditions are expected to bring cooler, wetter weather to Southern states, and warmer
From Bob Woodward's latest book, The Last of the President's Men, we have further confirmation that lies are of three varieties: lies, damn lies, and statements by Presidents of the United States about
The advertising campaign, which will involve TV commercials, print ads, and online ads, will ask a simple question: "PC Does What?" It sounds a lot like the PC industry's belated answer to Apple's famous
One of the most intriguing things about this featurette is how little new footage it shows — even the opening slates are taken from shots that were in last year’s teaser trailer. But the music echoes sense