It's happened before.
The 31st annual Best of What's New awards.
New missions and discoveries on Earth, within our solar system and beyond are bringing us closer than ever to finding alien life on other planets
Get ready for the first complete synthetic human brain, moon mining, and much more
In just over 100 years, we've gone from the first powered flight to a scramjet capable of Mach 6. Amazing.
They felt the need for speed.
A project spanning robotics, computer science, developmental psychology, and machine learning aims to figure out how one-year-olds learn to interact with the world.
A.I. experts Andrew Ng and Eric Horvitz discuss the future of artificial intelligence
What the heck are haptics and why do you want them?
Drones are learning the difference between a car and a tree--and how to make their next moves
Samsung Medison's new cancer-screening ultrasound
The Tesla Model 3 made its debut, Nokia has a nifty new camera, and we start healing from the Emoji Movie.
But does CAPTCHA-cracking bring us closer to creating a machine brain?
Look up, but not way up: Boeing's massive cargo carrier would fly very, very low indeed. Here's how. Monster at 20 ft.
Introducing 'Big Sur,' the brains of A.I.
How it works will shock you
Training artificial intelligence to write letters
What does it take to prep humans for a trip to an asteroid or a martian moon? Starvation? Isolation? Recycling feces for food? NASA's newest astronauts begin a grueling training regimen this fall to find out
Energy-saving auto-dimming lights and gloves that know sign language were among the winners of this week's innovation contest
How a dedicated crew sets their watches to Mars time and drives Mars rover Opportunity from 100 million miles away