OpenAI's Igor Mordatch is investigating new ways for machines to converse with each other.
Software programmers, librarians, and others are archiving scientific data from government websites.
European researchers recently launched a research project that aims to develop a biocomputer based on highly efficient molecular motors that will use a fraction of the energy of existing computers.
The U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency this month will present the Dynamic Range-enhanced Electronics and Materials program, which aims to develop a new generation of radiofrequency and millimeter-wave transistors.
The next rovers to explore another planet might bring along a scout.
On the morning of December 30, the day after Barack Obama imposed sanctions on Russia for interfering in the 2016 US election, Tillmann Werner was sitting down to breakfast in Bonn, Germany.
A recently published paper in the Journal of Planning Education and Research explores how interactions between humans and self-driving cars could change the rules of the road.
George Boole is often described as a mathematician, but he saw himself as a philosopher, following in the footsteps of Aristotle.
Researchers have created PickAR, a headset that uses AR technology to overlay picking information so warehouses can find and process orders with greater efficiency.
A new Google Chrome browser extension dramatically upgrades Wi-Fi browsing speeds at an altitude of 30,000 feet.
Researchers have mapped out how readers of 18th- and 19th-century British novels felt emotionally about London.
Crowdsourcing opens up opportunities for 'civilian' beta testers.
As children, we learned about our solar system's planets by certain characteristics—Jupiter is the largest, Saturn has rings, Mercury is closest to the sun. Mars is red, but it's possible that one of our closest neighbors also had rings at one point and may have them again someday.
Igor Mordatch is IS working to build machines that can carry on a conversation.
Researchers at Google Brain and OpenAI are applying Darwinian principles of evolution to advance artificial intelligence.
Researchers have developed a Wi-Fi network based on directable infrared light rays.
Researchers have pioneered a new approach to understanding the musical experience by analyzing the vibrato effect using the Filter Diagonalization Method in music signal processing.
Researchers have used x-rays to peer within commercial integrated circuits and reconstruct them in three dimensions.
Researchers are using supercomputer simulations to study the structure of tornado-producing supercell thunderstorms.
Researchers at the universities of Bristol and Oxford in the U.K. are examining spiders' webs to determine their computational capabilities.