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Tuesday November 13, 2018. 01:00 PM
Records show police agencies tap license-plate readers hundreds of thousands of times a year.
From electric wheels to smart home hubs, this year's holiday picks will delight tinkerers, travelers, and lovers of timeless design.
AI has a problem: The biases of its creators are getting hard-coded into its future. Fei-Fei Li has a plan to fix that—by rebooting the field she helped invent.
Internet companies used to grow big and die—fast. But now a few of them are huge and entrenched, because regulators didn't foresee their dominance.
We’ve spent years teaching neural nets to think like human brains. They’re crazy-smart, but what if we’ve been doing it all wrong?
The age of homebrew AI may not be all sweetness and light. Nor will it be all darkness and porn. Meet some of the pioneers showing what happens when the masses can teach computers new tricks.
Though we can point to a lack of rainfall to explain the devastation from the fires in California, they're ultimately a product of a warming world.
Karl Friston’s free energy principle might be the most all-encompassing idea since Charles Darwin’s theory of natural selection. But to understand it, you need to peer inside the mind of Friston himself.
Corporations have taken the lead over nations on governing the internet: The initiative might not have counted the US as a signatory, but did include Microsoft, Facebook, Google, and others.
When the pilots of Flight 1388 lost control of their Embraer 190, they spent a scary two hours in the air over Portugal before making it down safely.
The avuncular, controversial longtime writer and publisher of Marvel Comics dies in Los Angeles.
From the first hundred issues of Fantastic Four to the genesis of the Incredible Hulk, these comics define some of the very best of Stan Lee's canon.
The US has the worst rate of gun violence among all developed countries, and still we fail to regulate.
Monday November 12, 2018. 09:31 PM
Now in its fourth year, the conference moved its festivities to Los Angeles, where hundreds of aspiring musicians convened to learn new tricks.
From his love of the Cheesecake Factory to his take on religion, writer Jim McLauchlin looks back on two decades of conversations with the Marvel Comics chairman emeritus.
At least, it is if you’re in Pilobolus, a dance company that specializes in shadowy illusions.
Berlin-based photographer Lena Kunz set out to chronicle the world of meticulously crafted baby dolls and the people who love them.
Opinion: Science shows the sound of TV streaming or a chip reader blaring can be as distressing as nails on a chalkboard.
With the Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo continuing to spread, neighboring Uganda deploys its health care defenses.
It's hard to entice people with a calm portrayal of a crisis avoided, so more medical officials are employing a technique long used by anti-vaxxers: personal narrative.
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