Just as Thomas Edison had to adapt in the industry's early days, the electricity business – faced with the disruption and opportunities of renewables – is learning flexibility once again.
Professor Masahiro Mori's “uncanny valley” theory suggests that if a robot resembles us, we are inclined to consider its presence in the same way as we would that of a human being.
At F8, Facebook has revealed more details about their plans for brain-computer interfaces that allow users to type using thoughts alone, as well as a concept allowing people to hear throu...
Amsterdam has created dozens of new digital platforms encouraging citizens to participate in the sharing economy.
Driverless cars are controlled by two approaches deep learning or formal logic, but both methods need work to ensure driverless cars are as safe as possible.
The notion that the coal industry should be propped up as part of an "America First" agenda is being challenged by the very people it would aim to protect - the coal companies themselves.
Our current healthcare systems are not sustainable. What should we replace them with?
To make the Internet of Things a reality, we will need a well-functioning, secure micropayments system.
Professor J. Bradford DeLong on whether the US Treasury Secretary should be focusing on the rise of robots.
Mental illness impacts individuals, families, societies and economies. What can employers to do help?
Historically, travel was a luxury, but thanks to lower barriers to entry and falling costs, it is now within the reach of millions.
If governments and other aviation stakeholders are serious about safeguarding mobility, it’s time we kill monopolies.
Globe-trotting baby boomers will remain a critical demographic for the global tourism industry for years to come.
With modern technologies and the right tools, we can construct a new framework for the future of travel to keep us connected and make us all safer.
In thinking about how we want our future energy system to look, we need to look at a set of three critical considerations.