Three books reveal just how tragic a toll the materials we rely on take for humans and the environment. The proliferation of ...
BrainBridge is best understood as the first public billboard for a hugely controversial scheme to defeat death. An animated video posted this week has a voice-over that sounds like a late-night TV ...
Noninvasive stimulation helped them regain upper-body function—and the device could be approved later this year. Fourteen years ago, a journalist named Melanie Reid attempted a jump on horseback ...
Finding high-quality data sets is tricky because of the way China’s internet functions. This story first appeared in China Report, MIT Technology Review’s newsletter about technology in China.
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How worried should we be about AI’s effects on the grid? This article is from The Spark, MIT Technology Review’s weekly climate newsletter. To receive it in your inbox every Wednesday, sign up ...
A recent court ruling shows how it’s trying to tread a fine line in terms of internet freedom. This story first appeared in China Report, MIT Technology Review’s newsletter about technology in ...
They could help wearers focus on specific voices in noisy environments, such as a friend in a crowd or a tour guide amid the urban hubbub. Modern life is noisy. If you don’t like it, noise ...
Generative AI has made phishing, scamming, and doxxing easier than ever. Artificial intelligence has brought a big boost in productivity—to the criminal underworld. Generative AI provides a ...
Speaking at MIT Technology Review's EmTech Digital conference, Meta's global affairs boss Nick Clegg discussed the company's efforts at combating misinformation, labeling AI-generated content, and ...
How Big Tech, startups, AI devices, and trade wars will transform the way chips are made and the technologies they power. MIT Technology Review’s What’s Next series looks across industries ...
Tailored algorithms will help filter a coming flood of astronomical observations, helping scientists make new discoveries about the universe. In deserts across Australia and South Africa ...