Flying in space to rendezvous with another craft is so hard that the first U.S. astronaut to try it completely failed. This is the 41st in an exclusive series of 50 articles, one published each day until
Editors’ note: This is part of a series, “Op-Eds From the Future,” in which science fiction authors, futurists, philosophers and scientists write Op-Eds that they imagine we might read 10, 20 or even years
A team of researchers recently pioneered the world’s first AI universe simulator. It’s fast; it’s accurate; and its creators are baffled by its ability to understand things about the cosmos that it shouldn’t.
‘I always used to joke that I ruined Linda’s career,” says Paul McCartney, sitting on a sofa in his office in Soho, London, with a selection of his late wife’s photographs spread on the table before him.
A conquering army wants to take a major city but doesn’t want troops to get bogged down in door-to-door fighting as they fan out across the urban area. Instead, it sends in a flock of thousands of small
Big software vendors like to feather out their nest with a bed of ancillary services and functions designed to position themselves as one-stop-shop solution providers. Where successful, this means that
Mueller says he doesn't want to appear before lawmakers—but when he did years ago, he knew his Russia threats and didn’t suffer fools gladly. Darren Samuelsohn is a senior White House reporter for POLITICO.
In season four of NBC’s “Parks and Recreation,” Paul Rudd plays a wealthy businessman named Bobby Newport who runs for city council because he’s looking for something “easy” to do. He is asked during debate
Making robots swear for fun (and science) is far from a novelty on the internet. But this new video of a reprogrammed cleaning robot Roomba will still tickle your funny bone. This new gag comes from YouTuber