Welcome to TNW’s beginner’s guide to AI. This (currently) five part feature should provide you with a very basic understanding of what AI is, what it can do, and how it works. The guide contains articles
Have you ever wanted to smash something after a long day at work? There's a more grown-up way to throw a tantrum. Rage rooms, also known as smash rooms or anger rooms, have opened in cities around the
Xiaomi has a history of ripping off Apple devices, and sometimes — but not all the time — it does a pretty good job. Its new AirDots are a perfect example of that. They’re AirPods clones (obviously) with
Science & InnovationStarstruck First spied in the 1960s, the huge dust clouds have now been confirmed—and may affect plans for future space exploration. 3 Minute Read Earth’s moon may not be alone. After
Director Chris Paine, perhaps best known for his documentaries Who Killed The Electric Car and the follow-up, The Revenge Of The Electric Car, is back and now tackling one of society’s latest subjects
If it works, the plan could save the city of Chengdu hundreds of millions of dollars per year. One moon is enough for most of us, but not for officials of the Chinese city Chengdu. They want four, and
Time was, the publishing industry could claim a stable existence, safe within its leather-bound borders. If a publishing business was held and run by competent hands, it could typically expect a nice from
Experiences like hearing voices are leading psychologists to question how all people perceive reality. There’s a good chance you’ve hallucinated before. If you’ve ever felt the buzz of your phone against
In the autumn of 1929, Anne Morrow Lindbergh and her husband Charles flew across the Yucatán Peninsula. With Charles at the controls, Anne snapped photographs of the jungles just below. She wrote in her
The world is being flooded with technology designed to monitor our emotions. Amazon’s Alexa is one of many virtual assistants that detect tone and timbre of voice in order to better understand commands.
A small but significant fraction of people experience motion sickness or headaches when using virtual reality headsets, an issue Fraunhofer believes can be remedied with high-speed microdisplays that closer
We are living through an epidemic of sleeplessness, but the medical establishment has largely ignored the problem. Can a radical new therapy help you get some sleep? We live in a golden age of sleeplessness.
When researchers working on developing a machine learning-based tool for detecting fake news realized there wasn’t enough data to train their algorithms, they did the only rational thing: They crowd-sourced
There's already too much TV, so we make the decisions for you. There's entirely too much TV. It's a problem, honestly. While we've long considered this a time of Peak TV, it's also a time of sacrifices—one