Adobe built its Firefly AI art generator to avoid bias and copyright issues
The goal of the new AI image-generator is to be as user-friendly as possible. Here's how it will work.
TikTok is taking on the conspiracy theorists
Climate change denial and 'synthetic media' take the spotlight in the company's latest guidelines.
The tricky search for just the right amount of automation in our cars
The director of the Alliance Innovation Lab wants there to always be a human in the loop when it comes to vehicles that can drive themselves.
Ikea says 100 drones are now buzzing around its warehouses
The drones are meant to ease human workers' warehouse woes and injuries.
‘Humanity on thin ice’ says UN, but there is still time to act on climate change
Here's what you need to know about the IPCC's latest report.
How a wet winter and spring could help and hurt US states
Expect more drought-busting rainstorms this season, according to NOAA's latest outlook.
Why the Air Force wants 1,000 new combat drones
The goal is to have many uncrewed aircraft that can act as teammates for more expensive fighter jets flown by people.
We’re shipping twice as much plastic to developing nations than accounted for
Current estimates only cover 'the tip of the plastic waste iceberg.'
Your guide to the types of stars, from their dusty births to violent deaths
The most massive stars are often the hottest, brightest suns—and they burn out the fastest.
Engineers created a paper plane-throwing bot to learn more about flight
The bot made and launched more than 500 planes with dozens of designs. Here’s what happened.