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Tuesday October 23, 2018. 12:00 PM
What AI might be missing is a history. Do robots need to know who they are and where they come from?
With flawless skin and symmetrical faces all over social media, the “beautiful people” are our peers. It’s enough to give you a complex.
Renting a tiny room in Nob Hill for too many dollars a month? This gear can help you make space for cooking.
This isn't the way product releases should happen: quarter-baked cookie dough that’s, what, just gonna finish cooking outside the oven?
Artificial intelligence could be the ultimate authoritarian tool. But one thing's for sure: Charging into an AI arms race against China is a huge mistake.
Born way back in the atomic age, super-slippery Teflon’s impervious chemistry has stuck around.
Fermented foods are products of a happy, scientific trial-and-error process, and big-name chefs and home cooks alike are embracing this growing trend.
From Amazon to e-scooter startup Goat, more tech companies are figuring out how to provide the tools if you supply the services.
HTC's long-hyped blockchain smartphone is finally on sale—but for now it's still experimental.
The retailer can learn a lot about shoppers' habits from its growing line of cashier-less Amazon Go convenience stores.
Turkish Airlines Flight 800 went over Greenland on its way from Panama City to Istanbul, a testament to the power of the jet stream.
Netflix knows what it's doing hiring the master of macabre to tell the story of everyone's favorite puppet-turned-boy.
A new study suggests that microplastics routinely show up in our food—and our digestive tracts.
Monday October 22, 2018. 09:24 PM
Algorithms design robot legs tailored to walk on specific surfaces. The results are at once logical, counterintuitive, and bizarre.
A lot of details are starting to leak about the new streaming show.
It’s still too expensive and unproven, but it has the potential to prevent antibiotic overuse and keep people healthy.
Jim Allison is an iconoclastic scientist who toiled in obscurity for years. Then he helped crack a mystery that may save millions of lives: Why doesn’t the immune system attack cancer?
Caavo rethinks the universal TV remote for the second time this year. Our full review of Caavo's new, much cheaper, Control Center.
Three recent books challenge the tech industry's myths of self-reliance and prescience.
Google Assistant lives inside this smart-home controller with a seven-inch screen (and no camera).
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