Imagine a lamp. Any lamp. Now imagine having to water it. Dutch product designer Ermi van Oers created Living Light: plants that double as lights. Or lights that double as plants – whichever way you prefer
Generative adversarial networks strike again. If you'll recall, just a few months ago we were doing this with cats. Draw something in a little box and an algorithm will try to interpret it as a cat and
They blocked basic gun research before Orlando. They'll do it after Orlando, too. The beauty of John Oliver's once-a-week format is his writing staff has the time to really dig into nuanced angles of stories.
One of the most intriguing speculative arguments in physics and computer science isn't really about physics or computer science at all. It's about the brain — or more precisely, about consciousness — it's
Easy to care for, resilient, and a quick way to inject some nature into your living room - no wonder houseplants have recently made a comeback. But did you know they also clean the air in your home? A
“Here comes the best part.” You may have declared this at your last listening party, or when introducing friends to your favorite piece of music. Such an utterance arrives, however, only after a prolonged
GitHub is an excellent workflow tool, but some developers don’t quite understand it. To help get you up and running, GitHub released a training course. It’s a self-paced program that has two overriding
How to “glean profound insight into most of what has driven the history of the western world.” In December of 2011, Neil deGrasse Tyson — champion of science, celebrator of the cosmic perspective, master