A video clip of a galloping horse, one of the first motion pictures ever made, is now also the first movie ever to be encoded in the DNA of a living cell, where it can be retrieved and manipulated indefinitely as the host divides and grows.
Researchers at the University of Tehran have developed Surena Mini, a small robot with a 3D-printed body, articulated limbs, and a round head with two camera-eyes.
Google's People + AI Research (PAIR) project aims to develop and release tools designed to help make the inner workings of artificial intelligence systems more transparent.
NASA runs a child-slave colony on Mars!
Images of Jupiter's Great Red Spot reveal a tangle of dark, veinous clouds weaving their way through a massive crimson oval.
We've all heard about the promise of augmented reality coming to the iPhone. With iOS 11 due later this year, Apple is releasing ARKit–a software that allows developers to create richer augmented reality apps that utilize the full potential of Apple's hardware.
Jenga is a new system that reallocates a chip's memory cache access in real time to create "cache hierarchies" designed to the needs of particular programs.
Researchers are developing a framework for border surveillance that uses artificial intelligence to integrate data from different sources and respond in real time.
Researchers have received a $7.55-million grant to find new ways to have artificial intelligence explain its decision-making process to human users.
Stanford University researchers found that in countries with little obesity, people mostly walked a similar amount per day.
Were it not for our Earth's magnetic field, the planet would be bombarded by charged particles from the sun.
If the Trump administration gets its way, U.S. citizens boarding international flights will have to submit to a face scan, a plan privacy advocates call a step toward a surveillance state.
Measuring the "immeasurable" could curtail electoral gerrymandering.
Sir Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the World Wide Web, urged people to show support for the U.S. Federal Communications Commission rules that are likely to be repealed.
The car-size NASA rover on a Martian mountain, Curiosity, has begun its long-anticipated study of an iron-bearing ridge forming a distinctive layer on the mountain's slope.
Internet users have a variety of format options in which to store their movies, and biologists have now joined the party.
A rare Enigma machine used by Nazi Germany during World War II was sold at auction Tuesday for 45,000 euros ($51,500).
The president of Harvey Mudd University, Maria Klawe, has criticized the culture in some of Silicon Valley's tech companies.
Researchers have developed a computer capable of understanding body poses and movements of multiple people from video in real time.
Researchers have used a computer vision system to quantify the physical improvement or deterioration of neighborhoods in five U.S. cities.