An MIT researcher says he’s developed a system for flying drones safely around areas thick with trees, and to do so at speeds of up to 30 miles an hour. The development is key, given that most commercial
The Cupertino company is now shooting back at the tests used. It said in a statement to TechCrunch that the tests are "not representative of real-world usage." "The actual battery life of the iPhone 6s
Researchers at the company programmed an advanced type of "chatbot" that learns how to respond in conversations based on examples from a training set of dialogue. And the bot doesn't just answer by spitting
I had a two-hour lunch with Elon Musk at the SpaceX factory, and it was just as surreal as you'd expect
Elon Musk, for those unfamiliar, is the world's raddest man. I'll use this post to explore how he became a self-made billionaire and the real-life inspiration for Iron Man's Tony Stark, but for the moment,
Living up to his billing as an inventor/visionary, Ray Kurzweil kicked off an engineering conference in Detroit this week by imagining what might power cars of the future. Sure, he mentioned the self-driving
In an onstage interview at the time, she said IBM was working on making Watson even smarter. So smart that it could think and reason, even argue, like a human. But she said this was no reason to worry.
Rocket Lab is a Lockheed Martin-funded startup that dreams of taking small satellites to space for an affordable price -- but it wants to do so using technology quite different than usual. See, the company