A prototype flexible electronic mouth guard can measure lactate levels in an athlete’s saliva, tracking muscle fatigue during training and performance.
The island has long-term plans to make its main public electrical grid smarter as residents turn to solar power and microgrids for faster relief
U.S. Secretary of State Michael Pompeo arrives Friday for negotiations, but the photos suggest North Korea leader Kim Jong-un’s regime is increasing its missile-making capabilities
Fetch Robotics CEO Melonee Wise talks about the need for standardizing robots and diversifying engineering teams
In Carpenter v. United States, the U.S. Supreme Court is about to tackle its biggest case related to the Fourth Amendment and privacy of data generated by cell phones
Competitors are racing to answer Elon Musk’s call to create a capsule that can carry commuters at the speed of sound. M.I.T. unveiled its entry on Friday
Security expert offers a scientific perspective on realistic options for the U.S.
The FCC’s decision to kill the 2015 Open Internet Order hands more control to large broadband providers, but internet users have other options for getting online
Intel’s head of quantum computing talks about the challenges of developing algorithms, software programs and other necessities for a technology that doesn’t yet exist
The new Google AI voice assistant, called Duplex, highlights the intricacies of carrying out a mundane human-style conversation, as it keeps you off the phone.
A systems scientist breaks down the intricacies of making a machine that can fool humans into thinking it’s one of us
Whether carting pizzas or passengers, small autonomous aircraft like the ones Amazon, Uber and others are testing need sophisticated traffic management to prevent collisions
If voice interfaces are to replace keyboards and touch screens, they are going to have to get a lot smarter
The Swedish furniture has become something of a benchmark for robotics engineers
Despite CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s efforts to reassure Congress that artificial intelligence can help find fake news and protect privacy, lawmakers worry the tech may be “biased”
The city has spent the past two weeks restoring online services disrupted by ransomware that held encrypted data hostage
The ride-sharing company has halted its autonomous vehicle testing while it investigates the accident in Arizona
Interactions between people and artificially intelligent machines pose tricky questions about liability and accountability, according to a legal expert
False information is about 70 percent more likely to be retweeted than faithful reports of actual events, researchers find
The U.S. Air Force’s Project Pluto sought to create nuclear-powered cruise missiles, but was terminated decades ago after second thoughts over the dangers