It's the first known fatality involving a driverless vehicle.
Should the cars be hardwired to save the most lives in case of accident, even if that means driving itself off a cliff to avoid a group of school kids?
Lo and Behold argues that the middle ground between devoting your life to social networks and aggressively disconnecting is becoming an impossibility.
There's more to lyrics like "dur dur dur dur dur" than you'd think.
The new musical sees Prime Minister Corbyn locked in a nuclear stand off with Putin, to the backdrop of an alleged affair with Labour MP Diane Abbott.
We're all just code, waiting to be written.
His bass-heavy production is right in line with the Atlanta scene, but spending his formative years in Japan inspired Madeintyo in more than just his name.
A renewable future won't need Leigh Creek, which is a town built on coal mining. We visited to see how the locals are facing the end.
The jetpack can fly up to 3,000 feet and as fast as 50 miles per hour. It also costs $150,000.
Meeting people isn't easy, especially in the future.
I'm sick of everyone pretending this sweaty mess is the universe's ultimate pastime.
Today, a solar eclipse had a slight chance of fucking up the UK power grid—and that's a really great thing because it means that we're slowly starting to wean ourselves off oil.
Australia has been discussing an east coast bullet train for 20 years. Why is the project still no closer to reality?
Anita Sarkeesian isn't taking your games away, but she does have ideas on what they should be in the future.
The world wasn't ready for VR in the 1990s, but is today's market likely to be more accepting of household headsets?
The critical front line in the next counterterror battle will almost certainly be cyberspace, and multinational corporations are likely to be among the chief victims.
Fire up CrossCountry Canada and start delivering potash from Saskatoon to Winnipeg in the most subdued and frustrating manner possible!
Randal Koene wants to move humanity from Earth to the Cloud, making us part robot and completely immortal.
Lord Martin Rees—Astronomer Royal and a professor of cosmology and astrophysics at the University of Cambridge—talks cyborgs, nuclear power, and the end of Darwinian natural selection.
How soon will it be before we'll have signs ordering us to take off our exoskeletons before entering the bio-scanner, or telling us to make way for self-driving cars?
After finally coming to terms with the fact that most people barely have the attention span to tie their shoes, let alone read more than five sentences of text, we've created a new column about GIFs.
With more than 1,600 online videos that collectively have over a billion views, the world of TED Talks can be overwhelming to the uninitiated. To help, we asked our readers to submit their picks for the 20 most informative, provocative, and inspiring TED
Oxford scholars recently proposed using psychoactive drugs and futuristic technologies to trick prisoners into thinking they've been in jail for 1,000 years, even if they've only been imprisoned for a few hours. Could mind-jail and psychotropics fix overc…
Who needs a fluffer when this video's got enough crotch and butt shots to raise a homo chubby like a Caterpillar hammerhead construction crane?