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Thinking machines?

Thinking machines?

The Turing test doesn’t measure a computer’s intelligence, but it does say something about its usefulness — here’s how.

By | Posted June 13, 2014

Cellphones for cell homes

Cellphones for cell homes

New technology that “listens” to bacteria

By | Posted June 11, 2014

Whatever happened to balloon jumping?

Whatever happened to balloon jumping?

It was all the rage back in the roaring 1920s, but this high-flying hobby has since faded into obscurity.

By | Posted June 9, 2014

AUDIO: The modern days of Internet fame

AUDIO: The modern days of Internet fame

Most media is now hosted online. So how does that change the process of gaining fame and staying famous?

By | Posted June 8, 2014

Smoke your way to better health?

Smoke your way to better health?

As the FDA takes its first regulatory steps, state and local governments opt for a cautionary approach toward a controversial product that looks (too much?) like the real thing

By | Posted June 6, 2014

VIDEO: Kitchen Curiosity

VIDEO: Kitchen Curiosity

Chefs are using science to make delicious food

By | Posted June 5, 2014

Paralyzed, yet walking

Paralyzed, yet walking

How technology helped a paralyzed woman use her legs and walk down the aisle

By | Posted June 3, 2014

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