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Cruise reveals the Origin, its planned self-driving vehicle, meant to be shared by riders in a ride-hail service.
Scientists are racing to understand just how bad things could get with the outbreak of a pneumonia-like disease that first appeared in China and has now spread to the US.
Brazil has accused journalist Glenn Greenwald of aiding a hacking ring, with seemingly scant evidence.
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The president’s cry-wolf strategy is straight from Richard Nixon’s playbook.
The Senate gets set to debate the rules for Trump’s trial today. Tomorrow, the opening arguments begin.
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The company will also launch a trade-in program if you want to upgrade your soon-to-be-obsolete Sonos hardware.
Protecting the ecosystems we share starts with acknowledging that humans aren’t the only species with pathways and landmarks.
Researchers are replicating “mass mortality events” with pig carcasses. The ecological consequences could hint at what's happening in Australia right now.
A new understanding of long-overlooked cells called microglia is challenging the assumption that body and brain function are completely independent.
Most transit systems aren't designed for women, who tend to run errands and care for children. But cities can’t fix a problem they don’t understand.
The computing power required for AI landmarks, such as recognizing images and defeating humans at Go, increased 300,000-fold from 2012 to 2018.
Watch movies the way they’re meant to be seen: on your lap.
The human senses never cease detecting things the brain finds a way to dread.
The sleek, internet-connected lamp uses real-time data to illuminate your workspace and protect your precious peepers from strain.
How edge AI will provide devices with just enough smarts to get the job done without spilling all your secrets to the mothership.
Sixty years ago, a sharecropper’s son invented a technology to identify faces. Then the record of his role all but vanished. Who was Woody Bledsoe, and who was he working for?
Humans, not algorithms, determine those ubiquitous scores. Good ingredients, imperfect recipe.
The same technology that's made working from home easier than ever has fundamentally changed what “home” means to me.