Every so often, even in 2018, there are developments which reaffirm one’s faith in karmic justice. A new Pew poll of the public’s opinions on higher education offers one of those moments. Pew reports 61%
"The eyes are the window of the soul." Cicero said that. But it's a bunch of baloney. Unless you're a state-of-the-art set of machine-learning algorithms with the ability to demonstrate links between movements
Company says too many people tried to use Face ID on device backstage before its unveiling, highlighting a potential problem for prospective buyers Apple has offered an explanation for an embarrassing
NASA is crashing Cassini into Saturn on Friday — here's what will happen in the probe's final hours, minutes, and seconds
• NASA has sent its $3.26-billion Cassini Saturn mission into a death spiral.• Called the "Grand Finale," the months-maneuver is meant to protect possible alien life on Saturn's ocean-hiding moons.• Cassini
Most of us have been in a situation where we need to persuade others to accept our position or approach. When this happens to me, I will often ruminate in my mind how the conversation might go. I imagine
As we continue to see a proliferation of wireless connected devices make their way into the mainstream consumer electronics market, there has been growing attention on a key issue that will be central
A great boss makes all the difference in the world. Hopefully you’ve had my experience, where a great manager has elevated your work to the next level. Of course, not everyone is so lucky. As a manager,
In a mind-boggling world first, a team of biologists and security researchers have successfully infected a computer with a malicious program coded into a strand of DNA. It sounds like science fiction,
A Study of More Than 50,000 Employees in Over 1,000 Companies Says These Are the 10 Things Workers Need the Most to Succeed
Late last year, Officevibe, the leader in employee engagement software, released an unprecedented, real-time report on the "State of Employee Engagement," based on hundreds of thousands of answers from
• 81% of IT leaders are currently investing in or planning to invest in Artificial Intelligence (AI). • Cowen predicts AI will drive user productivity to materially higher levels, with Microsoft at the
Artificial intelligence wiggled its way into the movie industry decades before it reached business viability. Blockbusters like “The Terminator,” “Star Trek,” and “Iron Man” captivated viewers with futuristic
The impact of AI technology has the potential to be so great that many prefer not to wait and learn from mistakes. By Anthony Aguirre, Ariel Conn and Max Tegmark Should artificial intelligence be regulated?
Russia this week announced plans to develop AI-powered missiles. This follows earlier news that Russian arms manufacturer Kalishnikov is designing an autonomous small-arms weapon system for military use.
Photographer: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images Fifteen years ago, Japan’s Earth Simulator was the most powerful supercomputer on Earth. It had more than 5,000 processors. It consumed 6,400 kilowatts of electricity.
Designing an airplane has long been an exercise in tradeoffs. A larger airplane with more powerful engines can hold more people and go farther, but is costlier to run. A smaller one is more cost efficient,
Experts in the field believe China is not far behind the US in AI research and development, and China's government just took a step that might push it past its political rival. Yesterday, China's State
It’s time we stopped pretending that we’re computers and let the machines do their jobs. Anodot, a real-time analytics company, is using advanced machine-learning algorithms to overcome the limitations
In a town hall with employees, he gushed about the impending "marriage"— a metaphor he revisited repeatedly — that was announced six weeks after a "blind date" with Amazon that he characterized as "love