Madrid Begins Electric Bike Sharing
IT is bane and salvation of the latest bike-sharing program
Can Computing Keep up With the Neuroscience Data Deluge?
When an imaging run generates 1 terabyte of data, analysis becomes the problem
Red Planet Seeks a Better Data Plan
NASA requests proposals for commercial Mars communications network
Can Winograd Schemas Replace Turing Test for Defining Human-Level AI?
The Turing Test is a flawed metric for AI, and now we''ve got something better
San Diego Comic-Con: Where Tech Goes Pop
How science and engineering are shaping entertainment
Cars May Think, But Will They Achieve Artificial Stupidity?
Would we even want a machine that emulated the typical driver''s strengths-and weaknesses?
RadioShack to Sell Kits for IoT Connectivity
NYC startup LittleBits wades into the Internet of Things
World War I: The War of the Inventors
Many of the Great War's technologies were conceived earlier, but the rigors of battle accelerated their development
A Fictional Compression Metric Moves Into the Real World
The Weissman Score, a compression algorithm metric created for HBO''s Silicon Valley, is making its way into the real world
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Computer problems could create backlog of hundreds of thousands of applicants