A one-woman public-private partnership is trying to provide digital ID to more than a billion people worldwide, writes Dakota Gruener.
To truly benefit from new technologies, insurers, policy-makers and producers must come together to ensure that liability and risk are properly insured.
A recent study suggests that 'relatively simple mathematical logic underlies our complex brain computations'.
MIT researchers have uncovered a 'completely unexpected' reaction from water in carbon nanotubes.
Tim Urban looks at the development of AI, and the so-called 'paper-clip' scenario.
How the top exercises that simulate cybersecurity events and their fallout in real time can be useful for the future cyber attacks prevention?
New research offers an insight into why so many women who study engineering leave the profession.
Martin Davies explores the concept of critical thinking, and whether universities are doing enough to teach it.
Alexey Malanov explores the algorithms of machine learning and the real life applications.
Exploring the ethics of self-driving cars and how they respond to crashing.
Lessons from the aviation and aerospace industries, which could help usher in a new era of construction.
A new catalyst material could change the way we use fuel, without adding to greenhouse emissions.
Arend Hintze evaluates the latest breakthroughs in artificial intelligence.
The authors explore the role of projects to examine the links between mountainous regions and climate change.
How do we know that artificially intelligent robots will make ethical choices? Here are real-life examples of AI gone wrong.