For historians, recoloring an old photograph is meticulous, time-consuming work that computer programs can’t match
Computer programs can't yet create music that rivals the best musicians', but that isn't stopping some companies from trying
A newly approved reactor could carve out a new future for nuclear energy. Here’s how it works
An online workshop shows how easy it is to break into the software that controls these important devices
Even across genres, there are a couple key elements that make songs sound appealing
Thwarting illegal fishing boats in the open ocean will take more than technology alone
With personalized speech-assistive technology, people who suffer from voice disorders and diseases, like ALS, can express their true selves again
Pastries are just one source of inspiration for replacing the ubiquitous lithium-ion battery
Scientists and consumers are divided on whether brain-stimulating tech is ready for its moment in the spotlight
Neuroscientists explore the nature of expertise by studying players of the classic game, and the sky’s the limit
Residential solar technology is helping the planet and your wallet
Biohackers keep finding ways to upgrade the human body
Recent electrical fires at Walmart raise the question, is rooftop solar power safe?
Russia wants to create its own sovereign internet, but it won't be easy
The race to build a self-aware robot is on, but how do we define self awareness in a robot?
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