SD Biju, a.k.a. India's Frogman, has a hard enough time getting his mom to care about his frogs, to say nothing of the entire planet.
Japan's techno-cemeteries replace tombstones with LED Buddhas and conveyor belts.
America relies on immigrants to do the grunt work. So what happens when machines are able to take over menial labor?
A project presenting the facts of egg freezing reveals how little we actually know about it.
A paper published today in Astrobiology details a new strategy for seeking out intelligent life.
Though computer code may seem apolitical, it's far from it.
A new startup is fusing lab-grown neurons onto computer chips in hopes of improving artificial intelligence.
From sky to soil, the Atacama Desert is the best place to hone the search for extraterrestrial life.
Ryan Zehm would stop at nothing for a career in games, even if it meant living on the street for years.
Benjamin Till's latest musical, Beyond the Fence, is the first-ever show to be designed by a series of computer algorithms.
While some jobs will become extinct, a host of others will be created in their wake.
According to Peter Xing, founder of Transhumanist Australia, "It's very poetic to say there is a narrative arc with life and death. But it's a social construct."
Apple is said to be working on a clever way around being compelled to hack iPhones.
How the 'mint-sauce worm' works with algae to live life as fake seaweed.
Ali Nesin, a Turkish math professor created a sanctuary totally dedicated to quality number crunching.
Monika and Hugh Jo's "wedding in cyberspace" was a punchline for over a decade. Today they regret nothing.
Former employees say bad practices may continue.
Apple has a strong defense under the All Writs Act, as well as strong First, Fourth, and Fifth Amendment arguments.
Tuna has over a million followers, a book deal, and a line of merchandise. Grumpy Cat has made her owner nearly $100 million. What makes these monetizable pets so special?
After several months of testing, Facebook Reactions lets users respond to News Feed stories with more emotions than a mere "Like."
Is it strange going from tweeting jokes to 30 followers to suddenly having a captive audience of thousands?
There is a distinction, and recognizing it may open the door to more nuanced regulation.
In order to better comprehend the possibilities, and perils, of social bots we must ask pointed questions—about their design, implementation, regulation, and ethics.
Activists are pushing for a legal change in light of the Zika epidemic and microcephaly concerns in Brazil.