Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute's summer science camp supports future innovators, scientists, and engineers.
Researchers have combined machine-learning algorithms with brain-imaging technology to "mind read."
Seven years ago, a cover of The Economist showed Barack Obama, head down on a Louisiana beach in front of an oil rig—the picture of lonely despair.
Before human beings wrote books or did math or composed music, we made leather.
The goal is to prevent cyber attacks and restore trust in digital operations.
Last Thursday, Texas senior senator John Cornyn stood before an audience of wonks at the Council on Foreign Relations in Washington, DC, and warned that America's openness to investors looking for new ideas in technologies like artificial intelligence was putting it in danger.
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security's EDGE virtual training platform allows first responders to assume avatars and role-play in complex response scenarios involving an active shooter.
China has seen incredible economic and social changes over the past few decades. But could the impact of artificial intelligence take the country by surprise?
Ajitesh Srivastava, a USC Viterbi computer science Ph.D. candidate, spends his free time entertaining crowds at L.A.'s comedy clubs.
At a White House gathering of tech titans last week, Timothy D. Cook, the chief executive of Apple, delivered a blunt message to President Trump on how public schools could better serve the nation's needs.
When I saw that Google had introduced a "Classic Papers" section of Google Scholar, its search tool for academic journals, I couldn't help but stroke my chin professorially.
Code.org recently launched a free, year-long course that is designed to provide more than 30,000 low-income students the opportunity to learn how to program.
They were going to be India's gilded generation.
John Urschel is a doctoral candidate in math at MIT and an offensive lineman with the NFL's Baltimore Ravens.
Adolescent boys say they are more likely to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) fields than girls, according to a survey from Junior Achievement and EY.
As an undergraduate at Cambridge University, Geoffrey Everest Hinton thought a lot about the brain. He wanted to better understand how it worked but was frustrated that no field of study—from physiology and psychology to physics and chemistry—offered real answers.
Although progress has been made on providing more computer science education to K-12 students, the United States is still years away from providing adequate CS education in all schools so the field can realize its full potential.
Researchers at MIT's Media Lab aim to nurture a lifelong enthusiasm for programming among young students, using the Scratch learn-to-code platform.
An integrative studies course at Penn State will focus on the interdisciplinary nature of robots and ethics.
The Chinese government is going on the offensive against scientists who dupe journals by creating fraudulent reviews of submitted papers.