From AI to health and the metaverse, this year's CES promised new tech that will change lives long after the excitement of the latest TV wears off.
A new analysis suggests previous "total cost of ownership" studies overlooked key factors.
BMW found it’s possible to remote-drive vehicles using available technology. All it takes is some software updates and a cellular network connection.
HaptX gloves provide high-fidelity touch feedback of virtual spaces (and they look cool, too).
Environmental progress is happening quickly but we must keep pushing for change.
Frontier, the ORNL supercomputer, used machine learning to perform 9.95 quintillion calculations per second.
AI can deliver a more equitable and prosperous future — if accompanied by ethical and responsible stewardship.
Kent Keirsey, CEO of Invoke AI — an open-source creative engine — outlines the pros and cons of open-source and closed-source AI tools.
ÄIO’s fermentation process creates healthy, sustainable oils and fats by upcycling low-value industry organics.
Big Think spoke with AI expert Nick Jennings about the future of regulating fast-evolving AI.
It’s not just fun: DNA origami has the potential to revolutionize engineering at the nanoscopic scale.
When ancient humans stared into the darkness, they imagined monsters. Today, staring into the future, AI is the monster.
Google co-founder Sergey Brin’s airship startup hits a major milestone.
A game that challenges pedestrians to avoid detection by an AI could help train tomorrow’s self-driving cars.
Business advisor Michael C. Fillios has developed a repeatable playbook for small- and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) to add value from technology.
The miniaturization of particle accelerators could disrupt medical science.
With LEDs bringing brighter nighttime lighting than ever before, and thousands of new satellites polluting the skies, astronomy needs help.
AI was key to making Moderna's COVID mRNA vaccine. Its role in mRNA therapeutics will rapidly grow in the coming years.
To reap the benefits of AI technologies, businesses must keep humans in the driving seat.
From fearless quitting to redefined values, "Virtual Natives" are reinventing work culture.
New tech is a double-edged sword. Integration can be expensive and perilous: Mess up the adoption and jobs are on the line.
Technology goes in directions we can never predict — so we must be prepared to limit the spread of unintended consequences.
The brain implant lets her talk four times faster than the previous record.
Theoretical physics professor Michio Kaku outlines the evolution of computers from analog to digital and introduces quantum computers as the next frontier.