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Without big changes, the oversupply of renewables will stall efforts to overhaul the power sector.
But DARPA’s technologists admit that it might be a losing battle.
The woman organizing our messy digital lives to survive us.
The Chinese firm Bitmain dominates the market for tailor-made mining hardware and shows no sign of slowing down.
Zapata Computing plans to build the algorithms for companies that want to experiment with quantum computers
Livestock Labs is getting bio-monitors under cows’ skin in hopes of helping farmers spot disease earlier, and it wants to bring its tech to people, too.
A decade of investment in advanced biofuels led nowhere, but Jay Keasling remains undaunted.
Biologist George Church says the idea is to live to 130 in the body of a 22-year-old.
Don’t forget that forking over more and more of your data remains part of the bargain.
AI startup Gamalon developed a clever new way for chatbots and virtual assistants to converse with us.
Experts suggest that having AI systems try to outwit one another could help a person judge their intentions.
At Facebook’s annual developer conference, the social network’s CEO used a lot of familiar words to share a few new things.
Operator of genealogy website claims “no knowledge” of police exploit on vast data set.
By filtering out road vibrations, ClearMotion can prevent carsickness in autonomous vehicles.
If it were tried on a person, it might mean awakening in the ultimate sensory deprivation chamber.
What makes blockchain devotees so passionate about the technology? We sent reporters and photographers to two blockchain conferences to find out.
Three ways Bitcoin could be brought down, co-opted, or made irrelevant.
Robleh Ali, former crypto specialist for the Bank of England, on why initial coin offerings are dangerous and how to make them more useful.
“Inclusion happens when people in power use that power to bring people in rather than keep people out.”
Cryptocurrency networks are turning out to be far less private than we thought, and forensic investigators are on the case.