The McDonald's on the corner of Third Avenue and 58th Street in New York City doesn/t look all that different from any of the fast-food chain's other locations across the country.
The Georgia Institute of Technology is beginning its third semester using a virtual teaching assistant system in an online course about artificial intelligence.
Tall, small, dancing, singing, cleaning, sassy, silly, cute and scary—CES 2017 was awash with robots.
Medical students experience the controlled chaos of trauma surgery, virtually.
Abstracting and reusing knowledge gleaned from a machine-learning application in other, newer apps--or "transfer learning"--is supplementing other learning methods as the backbone of most data science practices.
Business needs a new story about its purpose to enable the kind of productive and creative activity that will become even more critical to its success in the emerging technological future.
"Figure it out" isn't enough: Striking a new balance between understanding, problem-solving, and design in introductory CS classes
Intro CS courses should help students understand programs more and problem-solve less.
The legendary graph isomorphism problem may be harder than a 2015 result seemed to suggest.
A wave of U.S. federal funding aims to make the science, technology, engineering, and mathematics fields more inclusive.
One afternoon in December, Kevin Geiger was giving one of his regular talks about storytelling in virtual reality.
What does 2017 hold for the world of tech and media?
Where do you hope education technology will go in 2017? What aspects of curriculum or community might get us there?
Computer scientists and literature scholars at University College Dublin in Ireland have teamed up to create a multimedia version of James Joyce's novel "A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man."