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Tuesday December 18, 2018. 01:00 PM
As perplexing to diagnose as it is to treat, acute flaccid myelitis may foreshadow whether our surveillance systems could uncover a severe epidemic.
An uptick in potentially Iran-related hacking since the nuclear deal collapsed spells trouble for the US and allies.
Artificial intelligence has proved effective at keeping nudity and pornography off of Facebook. But recognizing hate speech and bullying is a much tougher task.
Science often progresses not because of ideas or insights but because more precise tools for measurement are invented, and those tools open new frontiers.
VW's self-driving division Audi AID picked Luminar's system from a crowded field, impressed by its range and resolution.
Frustrated by Twitter's silence on abuse, Amnesty International crowdsources its own data and finds that the platform is especially toxic for black women.
On Tuesday, the Amazon founder's space company will send a rocket aloft carrying nine NASA payloads on a suborbital flight.
Monday December 17, 2018. 08:14 PM
'Mortal Engines', however, is not faring so well. Plus: details on Netflix's 'Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance' and Apple's 'Peanuts' project.
It's more than just a program—it's perhaps the most transformative software Hollywood has ever seen.
A new report documents how the Internet Research Agency had a much more sustained, deliberate focus on black Americans.
A Senate report finds that Russia's Internet Research Agency was far more active, and more successful, on Instagram in 2017 than on Facebook or Twitter.
Solve this *Captain America* physics puzzle.
Time's ticking, but it's okay! Here are some great tech Christmas gifts with free 2-day shipping.
Werner Herzog is involved with this show. Yes, you read that correctly.
A new report for the Senate exposes how the IRA used every major social media platform to target voters before and after the 2016 election.
The automaker's AI and robotics-focused investment arm expands its view to what's happening on the water.
For all its faults, the internet compares favorably to earlier generations of TV and radio.
Satellite imagery of penguin poop is helping scientists see how climate change affects the birds' diet and the food chain more broadly.
Your talent—and Instagram following—has outgrown your phonecam. Start the new year by getting serious about your photography with one of these small shooters.
“My risk-assessment module predicts a 53 percent chance of a human-on-human massacre before the end of the contract.”
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