Lessons learned from smart and intelligent urban projects worldwide can open new avenues to create healthy, sustainable, and happy places for everyone, writes Sylvie Albert professor of ...
For most of us, the humble lamppost is just that. We pass them in the street every day without a thought, but the European Union believes they are the key to the future of Smart Cities.
The Think Like A Scientist programme aims to help inmates build critical thinking skills and confidence in their own academic ability.
A new paper reveals a revolutionary method of targeting cancer cells that is completely non-invasive. In using lasers, the tumour can be destroyed before it grows.
A recent deepfake video of Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg has raised questions about possible misuse of video fakes in the future.
The world’s tech companies are still falling short when it comes to respecting internet users’ human rights, according to an annual study of their public policies on freedom of expression...
A new study has found that very small financial incentives administered as a short “dose” could actually drive you to be more physically active over a long period of time.
In the past, uneven terrains have proved difficult for those with prosthetic legs, but new technology from Stanford University is changing that.
Researchers have found a way to train AI algorithms to perform with a human-like ability in popular 3D multiplayer games.
The computing ecosystem must continue to evolve – maybe into the quantum realm – if AI is to come to full fruition.
China's tech giants have created a complicated latticework of international trade and investment that could make meddling with them for geopolitical reasons a risky endeavour.
According to new research, consistent internet usage results in a change in our brain's activities. In turn, there is a risk against groups like Generation Z, who are more exposed to the ...
Digi Police, a free smartphone app, is aimed specifically at protecting victims of sexual misconduct in crowded places.
A new technique which makes use of VR has proven its effectiveness at spotting one of the first symptoms associated with Alzheimer's disease.
Today's rate of innovation and change has made it difficult for patients and physicians to effectively integrate technology into medical best practices.