Uber continues to aim for the sky. The tech company has partnered with NASA to help it develop air traffic management systems for its flying taxi initiatives, chief product officer Jeff Holden said on
The billion-dollar widget steering the driverless car industry No matter what it took, David Hall was going to kill that clown. He maneuvered Drillzilla for another ramming run. The robot was squat and
I’ve spent a number of years studying artificial intelligence, and, until recently, I believed emotional intelligence would remain one of the core advantages left to humans after AI takes over most tasks
Long car is long. Luxury vehicles from the 1930s were nearly aircraft carrier-long. It was the art deco era dominated by seemingly never ending clean lines. So it's no surprise that the Vision Mercedes-Maybach
This could lead to better studies of concussions and strokes. Growing brains in laboratories was just the start for scientists. Next up is vasculature. By studying the naturally occurring capillaries on
The quadcopter menace The latest bomber to make its debut over Iraq has four engines, no cockpit, and a flight time limited by the length of its battery. ISIS, the radical insurgent group holding territory
An electronics-killing ray has a variety of uses in war. For over 6 years, Huang Wenhua and his team at the Northwest Institute of Nuclear Technology in Xi'an have been working on a potent microwave weapon.
Will the Starship bot be the future of takeout? Starship Technologies, co-founded by Ahti Heinla and Janus Friis of Skype fame, raised $17.2 million in January to build a fleet of six-wheeled delivery
Detecting online crime typically means knowing what to look for. Artificial intelligence that spots hidden patterns can do it better – and even step in when behaviour gets out of hand. For people who the
In a clever coup for fashion, all Rebecca Minkoff bags will soon have QR codes to unlock rewards in store, and even across cities. We carry burrito punch cards, download rewards apps, and flash our American
It mimics the flying mammal and doesn't even need to be remotely controlled. A team of scientists has just built the first robot that looks and flies like a bat. They named it, of course, Bat Bot. Bat
The crystals' patterns repeat not in space, but in time. Crystals are structures in which a pattern of atoms or molecules repeats in space. Now, two teams of researchers have figured out that crystals'