Google’s own upcoming AI chatbot draws from the power of its search engine
Bard, as the bot is called, will be available to the public in the coming weeks.
Spy balloons have been surveilling humans since 1794
The US employed an F-22 to shoot down the balloon on February 4. But these intelligence-gathering devices have a long history.
Hydrogen is supplementing natural gas, but critics remain wary
A Minnesota energy provider is successfully injecting hydrogen into natural gas lines, but scalability remains a major concern.
This amphibious robot can fly like a bird and swim like a fish
A new drone is just as comfortable soaring through the air as it is taking a swim.
Rescue underway after deadly earthquake hits Turkey and Syria
Over 11,000 people are dead after the 7.8 magnitude earthquake, with the death toll expected to rise.
The last thread of hope to revive California’s trees is vanishing
That could doom the state’s plan to fight climate change with the help of nature.
A simple guide to the expansive world of artificial intelligence
AI is everywhere, but it can be hard to define.
How to water your plants less but still keep them happy
Your houseplants are more resilient than you may think.
Oyster farms are all the rage—until they block your ocean views
Despite the desire for local and sustainable seafood, oyster farmers and communities from New York to Rhode Island clash.
How to share streaming service logins while you still can
Do you even know who else uses your Netflix now?