Only 4 percent of consistently conservative Americans want to live in cities, but urban environments are where the tech action is
Google is engaging in unprecedented, massive, ongoing data collection to transform intractable problems into solvable chores.
As facial recognition systems improve, they will get better at identifying people at different ages, even very young children.
And the sensitive information he and his friends stole
Slowly, humans are developing the ability to act like ourselves in the deep water.
Everyone who has had an injection in the U.S. has been protected by the blood of a forgettable sea creature.
Thanks to seasonally warm temperatures and some iron-based anti-freeze.
A story seemingly stolen from the pages of a crime thriller, but far less comprehensible.
If Google is doing it, DARPA is also doing it, but with more lethality.
It wasn't easy, even though your iPhone is ten times faster than machines that used to be model nuclear weapons.
The year ahead will be the beginning of a new cycle in the long story of humans and the tools they use.
Because new gadgets!
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