The artists of Telidon, Canada's doomed, pre-internet web.
The company will either delete the profile or preserve it as a "memorialization" account—but neither of those options are without problems, and some people are frustrated by their lack of control over their loved ones' pages.
Ben Rubenstein got a $100,000 grant to help him study how machine learning can go wrong.
Instead of killing someone who has committed a terrible crime, should we instead alter their brain?
And he's filed for a patent.
I'm 21 and I've never had a real friend or relationship because I wasted all of my teenage years living out a fake life online.
The hackers claim stolen data includes real names and addresses, credit card details, and sexual fantasies.
What comes of this crisis will not only define the "front page of the internet" as a company, but also this particular moment in digital history.
I met "Tom Jones" while he was posing as an activist.
The device is, both literally and metaphorically, my greatest source of pain.
A group of US medical doctors are specializing in the unique health challenges faced by operators of remotely piloted aircraft.
Trigger finger? Carpal tunnel? Help is here.
Will my insurance cover that?
If we, as a society, are beginning to accept a more fluid definition of gender, then wouldn't it be logical for modern medicine to follow suit?
There is a data collection problem in West Africa. Paper can fix it.
Everyone has unconscious biases—but when those biases affect medical diagnoses, the results can be disastrous.
HIV is at an all-time high in the UK, but around a quarter of people who carry the virus don't know they have it.
It could one day pave the way for targeted cancer treatments.
The 31-year-old convicted Silk Road mastermind is awaiting his appeal process in Manhattan.
It's the Monday after Comic Con, which means we all have some new Star Wars information to geek out over.
Following failed attempts to reduce shark attacks through culling, Western Australian scientists are developing futuristic methods to keep swimmers safe.
For all the supposed safety technology offers us, it can also be used against women who have fled domestic violence.
So you've been harassed online. Now what?
Who is behind the latest massive attack on Bitcoin?