Will AI render programming obsolete?
It's exhilarating to think that, with the help of generative AI, anyone who can write can also write programs. It’s not so simple.
The first Tesla Cybertrucks have arrived
'If Al Capone showed up with a Tommy gun... you would still be alive,' said Tesla CEO Elon Musk during Thursday's delivery event livestream.
Facebook watches teens online as they prep for college
An investigation by The Markup found Meta’s pixel tracking students from kindergarten to college.
Meet ‘anthrobots,’ tiny bio-machines built from human tracheal cells
The researchers behind the frog embryo ‘xenobots’ are now focusing on similar automatons made from human material—with unexpected results.
Scientists are developing a handheld eye-scanner for detecting traumatic brain injury
Assessing potential head trauma within the first 60 minutes can save lives. A new device could offer a quick way to act fast.
US military says national security depends on ‘forever chemicals’
PFAS can be found in everything from weapons to uniforms, but the Department of Defense is pushing back on health concerns raised by regulators.
An unknown respiratory illness is sickening dogs in the US, but ‘don’t panic’
Dog owners should look out for coughing, sneezing, unusual fatigue, and eye or nose discharge.
Geothermal energy now helps power Google’s desert data centers
The unique facility is part of the tech company's ongoing sustainability goals, and potential the first of many to come.
A legendary Vangunu giant rat was finally caught on camera
These rodents of unusual size can gnaw through nuts.
All the fish we cannot see
In a dark, unexplored layer of ocean, a hidden cache of fish might play an unexpected role in our climate’s future.