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.
Science shows mounds of data and some math are key to predicting future events.
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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