Science journalist and author of young adult nonfiction
Almost — but not quite — humanlike robots can freak us out. But for roboticists, that feeling is an opportunity to get things right.
In 1950, computer scientist Alan Turing suggested a way to find out if machines could think
There's a good chance your doctor is employed by a large corporation, and that's not good for medicine or for your healthcare.
Invertebrates are pretty clever, but are they conscious?
New technology is taking researchers — and advertisers — into barely charted terrain: Your sleeping mind.
The human brain inspired neural network artificial intelligence, but how much is it really like your brain?
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