“Jeff’s Earth” chronicles veteran NASA astronaut Jeff Williams’ 2016 stint in space.
“We are extremely happy and proud to see that all the instruments are working so well in the Mars environment.”
Grainy images that would be clear enough to human eyes confuse a machine.
Computers are getting better at mimicking the brain.
Brilliant arrays of golden photomultiplier tubes amount to astrophysical ghost detectors.
Icebergs floating on a weird sea of frozen nitrogen.
Fifty years ago, the rest of the world saw the first snapshots from the Luna 9 lander before Soviet citizen did.
In an unassuming Manhattan building, a curator archives the so-called archetypal images of dreams.
If a robot sees a crushed can, how will it know what to do with it?
Researchers have created the Emoji Sentiment Ranking, a qualitative list of 751 emojis ranking how positive, negative, or neutral each image is.