The rise of artificial intelligence raises a discomfiting question: if machines can do everything, then how are humans going to make a living?
A new robot is so agile it can run and jump faster than any human.
The top 10 largest internet companies come from China and the US - how can EU countries catch up and encourage tech innovation?
The Uberization of electricity promises more choice, cheaper bills and a greener economy.
How developing countries can embrace digital technologies which are transforming the global economy.
MIT associate professor, Iyad Rahwan, has asked 3 million people to consider the “trolley problem” when it comes to self-driving cars.
Google is trying to make Google Translate more accurate by expanding the number of languages that are supported by its neural machine translation software.
Smartphone-linked fleets of bikes have inundated China’s cities in recent months and powered a resurgence of cycling in China.
New animations released by NASA are recasting a groundbreaking astronomical moment in a whole new light.
Scientists have created an artificial synapse to help computers better recreate the way the human brain processes information.
The Chinese city of Beijing plans to spend $1.3 billion to convert its fleet of 70,000 taxis to electric power.
Bill Gates explains 'the big milestone' in technology he wants to see in his lifetime.
New research looks at tapping plants’ energy directly by turning their internal structures into electric circuits.
New technology has allowed people with severe limb weakness to type via direct brain control.
Future opportunities for cognitive enhancement and control through non-invasive brain stimulation have raised profound ethical, legal, and social questions. What is societally acceptable ...