Though he didn’t get much popular recognition, Seymour Papert’s legacy remains in each and every classroom where students are actively engaged in learning.
The full capabilities of immersive technologies have yet to be explored, but already we can get a sense of how they can be used to manipulate us.
A team of Harvard University researchers has demonstrated the first autonomous, untethered, entirely soft robot.
Researchers have produced a reconstruction of the head of an 18- to 25-year-old woman who lived at least 2,000 years ago in ancient Egypt.
Following an earthquake in central Italy, a look at some of the techniques that geologists use to predict when and how earthquakes will strike.
Copenhagen Suborbitals wants to send a manned mission into space.
Google’s artificial intelligence research lab is exploring whether its technology could be used to identify early signs of eye diseases.
Emeritus Professor Mike Cruise examines the future of industry in space and its possible role in supporting deep space exploration.
Researchers from MIT and Microsoft have developed an interactive temporary tattoo.
From first-world-war relic to symbol of a new era of travel in Africa, helium-powered airships are making a comeback.
Data-driven decision-making could overwhelm innovation, argue Carlo Ratti and Dirk Helbing.
The way we interact with technology is evolving rapidly, and the possibilities are still increasing.
There’s a growing demand for transparency, and the real estate industry has been listening.
What are some of the hottest emerging technologies to come out of 2016 so far?
An MIT project – the ‘Moral Machine’ – turns you into a self-driving car to explore the ethical decisions autonomous vehicles could face.