There’s About to Be A Lot More Creepy Boston Dynamics Robots in the World

The company may soon begin to turn its decades-long robotics research into an actual business.

Amazon Has Already Begun Automating Its White-Collar Jobs

It’s indicative of a wider trend in analytics-based jobs.

The Unbearable Awkwardness of Automation

The machine age is changing the nature of work. In the process, it is also transforming buildings, and making them less hospitable for human use.

Uber's AI Knows When You're Inebriated

Drunk passengers can be occupational hazards for drivers.

DARPA Wants to Merge Human and Computer Cyber Defenders

The CHESS program would build on DARPA’s autonomous cybersecurity contest and traditional hacking competitions.

The Resume of the Future Will Tell Employers Who You Are, And Not Just What You’ve Done

Currently, Resumes force job seekers to contort their work and life history into corporately acceptable versions of their actual selves.

Why Agencies Should Be Tech Agnostic When Solving Problems

Don’t miss the forest for the trees, General Services Administration's emerging tech official said.

How Form Automation is Democratizing Government Services

Technology can help make services accessible to vulnerable and disadvantaged citizens.

Uber Will Bring You Flying Taxis, if You Can Help Build a Magical Battery

The company needs to develop a battery that is lighter and has more storage capacity than anything produced so far.

President’s Management Agenda Is All About IT Modernization

Administration leaders unveiled the agenda in Kansas City, Missouri, promising success in IT modernization efforts where others have failed.

The Cute Robot That Follows You Around the City

Piaggio, the Italian company that makes Vespa scooters, is building cargo droids for city pedestrians.

Five Skills Everybody Will Need For the Jobs of the Future

In a few years’ time, traditional office employees all over will need a new path forward.

AI Experts List the Real Dangers of Artificial Intelligence

Every AI advance by the good guys is an advance for the bad guys, too.

Twitter Is Introducing New Rules ... Again

The social network is waging a war against spam.

Most Americans Uncomfortable With Self-Driving Cars, Survey Finds

Over half the respondents to a Northeastern University/Gallup survey also said they are unlikely to regularly use the technology.