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New Study Finds That Most Redditors Don’t Actually Read the Articles They Vote On

And the world makes a little more sense.
Michael Byrne
11.30.17
Daily Dystopia

AI Will Soon Identify Protesters With Their Faces Partly Concealed

A new paper has troubling implications.
Louise Matsakis
9.6.17
wearables

Engineers Turn Human Body Into Bioacoustic Communications Channel

When a handshake is much more than a handshake.
Michael Byrne
2.20.17
robots

The Arnold Schwarzenegger of Robots Won’t Kill You, It Just Works Out and Sweats

Blood, sweat, and gears.
Samantha Cole
10.14.16
machines

Good Ol' C Tops the IEEE's 2016 Programming Language Ranking

It's like concrete winning a contest of building materials.
Michael Byrne
7.28.16
Trolls

How To Keep Stack Overflow from Turning Into a Landfill

Why the site is in decline and how to save it, according to IT researchers.
Michael Byrne
6.25.16
security

In the Future We’ll All Be Identified by Our 'Brainprints'

The future is…terrifying?
Sarah Emerson
4.18.16
SURVEILLANCE

New Indoor Positioning System Tracks Your Phone Using Sound Waves

Meet Guoguo.
Michael Byrne
4.2.16
machines

The 'Ritual Camera' Archives Only the Most Forgettable Moments of Our Lives

A newly devised system observes our routines and compiles them into single memorable images.
Michael Byrne
4.2.16
Health

These Tiny Starfish Robots Take Colon Biopsies

The microgrippers have been tested in pigs.
Emiko Jozuka
6.2.15
D.R.A.M.

The Technology of 2022: Battery Superstorage, Nanobots, and Networked Everything

A report from the IEEE Computer Society predicts the future.
Michael Byrne
9.28.14
Power

The Terrifying Future Where Everything Is A Video Game

A new report predicts that soon "however many points you have at work will help determine the kind of raise you get or which office you sit in."
Yannick LeJacq
3.6.14