If we're not careful, we could find ourselves at odds with determined, intelligent machines whose objectives conflict with our own
An expert answers questions about what could happen at the cellular level after a report links radiofrequency signals to tumors in rats
Exposure to radio-frequency radiation linked to tumor formation in rats
Nuclear physicists wonder: Should we downsize our nuclear arsenal?
Speech-recognition systems promise the world. But for more than nine million people with voice ailments, that world is out of reach
A wearable device records the sounds of knees cracking, which could reveal clues about the condition of the joint. Christopher Intagliata reports.
The genetic-testing company's real goal is to hoard your personal data
Engineering students in the mechatronics class at The Cooper Union in Manhattan have a unique final exam—they build sumo robots that fight one another for supremacy.