Featured by Charlotte Hu
Tesla wants to make humanoid robots. Here’s their competition.
From Boston Dynamics to Sophia, the robotics field has been teeming with new inventions, each of them both talented and flawed in their own ways.
Your Flickr photos could help scientists keep tabs on wildlife
A new method of “passive citizen science” is seeking to discover plants and animals that you may not have known were in your photos.
Amazon killed retail stores just to open up its own
E-commerce giant Amazon might be building new in-person stores in Ohio and California.
These free-floating robots can monitor the health of our oceans
Argo floats pack all types of sensors that can detect pH, oxygen, temperature and more.
A T-Mobile data breach could put 30 million social security numbers at risk
Over 100 million customers may have been affected by the incident.
Social media really is making us more morally outraged
Platforms like Twitter may amplify engrained human behaviors, but a future filled with healthy discourse and productive conversations isn't impossible.
A tuna robot reveals the art of gliding gracefully through water
It looks like a fish and swims like a fish, but it’s also a model that could inspire future underwater vehicles.
This new AI tool from Google could change the way we search online
For over two decades, Google has been indexing the web. Now it’s attempting to understand nuances in human language so it can deliver better search experiences.
The Biden administration is going pedal-to-the-metal on electric cars
The president will be signing a new executive order that aims to make half of the new vehicles sold by 2030 zero-emission.
Not a single federal agency received an ‘A’ in a new Senate cybersecurity report card
The report found that none of the agencies reviewed met basic cybersecurity standards and protocols that could secure Americans’ personal data.