The first Hollywood film about the modern singularity is as confused about the rise of AI as we are.
Some of the world's biggest oil companies have spent $50 billion on the most complicated engineering project in the world, with little to show for it.
As the list of extraterrestrial destination spirals upwards, so too does the need for cheaper, smarter, and more versatile rovers. Here's what they'll look like.
Meet the teams seeking to restore credibility to ufology.
The frontman of arguably the highest low-tech power trio today doesn't think that's necessarily a bad thing.
This year marks 50 years of NASA/JPL’s global collection of massive antenna arrays that control unmanned space probes within Earth's orbit and beyond.
What happens when imprisoned criminals have widespread access to communications technology?
Bernie Su's interactive storytelling is winning Emmys and raking in revenue, thanks to its die-hard fangirls.
With 3D-Maps-Minus-3D, Clement Valla flattens and explodes 3D maps.
Filth, disease, and empty promises in a plague-haunted Indian city.
Into the great unknown with Errol Morris and Don Rumsfeld, the Cheshire Cat of 9/11.
All across Latin America, drug traffickers are invading indigenous peoples' land. Here's how they're fighting back.
A race of subterranean reptilian humanoids from the constellation Draco have posed as powerful humans to take control of Earth.
Studies suggest we will obey our future robot bosses. But what if a machine asked us to perform a morally objectionable task? Would we?
This is the age of smooth—iPads, Ikea furniture, seamless online interactions—and it's destroying the messy joys of being human, like having sex.
Handiemail will earn comparisons to Spike Jonze's 'Her', but it's dead serious about handwriting your email.
The astronauts that went to the Moon took some nice souvenirs home. You'll never guess what happened next.
It's getting increasingly harder to verify the future.
As explained by Anne Jellema, the CEO of the Web Foundation.
Without the web, the internet as we know it likely wouldn't exist.
Even though NASA only paid him $34.00 for his mission.
And as we head there, the potential for abuse is growing.
As tensions between Russia and the West heat up, what happens to joint space programs?