A Weirdest Thing holiday spectacular.
The brain interface learns—and remembers—how to read thoughts.
A new study looks at the power of practicing well beyond mastery.
Some monkey business in a Duke University lab suggests we'll soon be able to move artificial limbs, control robotic soldiers, and communicate across thousands of miles--using nothing but our thoughts.
Dogs are the best bomb detectors we have. Can scientists do better?
Take a look in a book.
Presenting the winners of the 2016 Vizzies
The creator of the Segway is one of the most successful and admired inventors in the world. He leads a team of 300 scientists and engineers devoted to making things that better mankind. But he's not done
When David Hanson set out to build a robotic head, he saw no reason not to make it look just like a human. Then he stumbled into the Uncanny Valley.
Could robots take over the world? That's the premise of this summer's I, Robot. And AI researchers aren't scoffing.
Within 10 years, infantry soldiers will go into battle with autonomous robots close behind them. One day, they'll be fighting side-by-side
The polygraph, though used in hiring, marital disputes, and possibly even anti-terror investigations, is flawed. Now scientists are looking deep within the brain to devise ways to detect deception at its source.
No one taught AI the rule about never reading the comment section
They're blazing new linguistic territory.
Solving the mysteries of the universe
FDA wants to make this official and recently asked to know more
Three myths your teachers told you about how your brain learns, debunked