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A five-bot team from Elon Musk's OpenAI will compete against professional players of Dota 2, in a test of the powers of machine learning.
Fuji's first square analog instant camera is finally here. Was it worth the wait?
Physicists launched a custom-made freezer and then let it plummet back to Earth—for science!
The stock market was supposed to be a level playing field, but investing in private companies allows the ultra-rich to reap unparalleled gains.
NIH pulled the plug on what would have been a grand experiment in “healthy” drinking. Where can the field go now?
American wifi networks, smart traffic lights, security cameras, cell phones, and vehicles are throwing off truckloads of data. A new program at MIT (and others like it) teaches students to handle it in ways that make residents’ lives better.
All of Season 2 has toyed with perceptions of reality—and the finale took that to the extreme.
The First Lady wore a "I really don't care. Do U?" jacket on her visit to the southern border.
Plus, VW builds an electric racer for a mountain climb, and Colorado sticks it to the EPA.
You could practice out on the pitch, or you could use a numerical calculation.
Google’s clever new AI-powered camera is designed to grab stellar 7-second snippets of family shenanigans. Here’s how to get started.
Computer scientists have been searching for years for a type of problem that a quantum computer can solve but that any possible future classical computer cannot. Now they’ve found one.
Those rich people really should have read the Delos terms of service.
Our favorite gear to help you say "namaste."
A good week for privacy, an alleged leaker indicted, and more security news this week.
AMC's new show, which depicts the doomed Franklin expedition to the Arctic, is the right kind of historical fiction.
Sony's full-frame sensor is the stuff of a silicon junkie's dreams.
The game's magic lies in its self-contained arc—which translates to an almost perfect mobile experience.
Six current and former Fitbit employees are accused of stealing trade secrets from rival company Jawbone.
Mars, along with parts of Earth, is covered in what are called barchan dunes—features shaped into crescents by wind activity. Crank up the saturation in the photo and they look amazing.