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Technology march 30, 2016

IBM Watson Can Now Detect Joy and Sadness

Envisioning a world where machines have feelings, Watson might be the first

Work march 10, 2016

How Did Email Grow Into a Global Epidemic?

A brief history of electronic messages, from the Queen’s first mail to the triumph of spam

Luxury march 7, 2016

Samsung Shows What Our Somewhat-Upredictable Future Will Look Like

Futurology cannot precisely pinpoint what’s to come—the only certainty is uncertainty

Arts & Culture february 24, 2016

Should the Government Expect Our Trust in Apple Vs. FBI Debacle?

Apple’s battle with the FBI is not about privacy v security, but about legitimacy

Work february 22, 2016

Facebook’s ‘Social VR’ Team to Explore Virtual Reality Beyond Games

Mark Zuckerberg reveals the growing numbers behind our VR consumption

Innovation february 1, 2016

AI That Wants to Read Your Mind and Run Your Life

The team behind Siri has a new idea

Sustainability january 13, 2016

How Learning Software is Upgrading Brazilian Education

Teaching algorithms aim to change education forever—but where does the teacher fit into the classroom of tomorrow?

Syndicated november 13, 2015

Happy? Sad? Forget Age, Microsoft Guesses Your Emotions

Microsoft's beta tool guesses people’s emotions through facial recognition software. How does that make you feel?

Work october 1, 2015

Wearables Could Make It Harder to Keep Your Hangover Secret at Work

With companies encouraging employees to wear smart devices to promote health and wellbeing, there are growing concerns about privacy

Innovation september 21, 2015

Can Publishers Stop the Ad Blocking Wave?

Apple’s new iPhone tweak empowers users and marks an advertising watershed

Technology august 27, 2015

Head Rotations and Facial Expressions Control a Hands-Free PC

Kinesic Mouse brings back the power to control a computer to those without the use of their hands

Home july 27, 2015

Countering the Internet of Things’ Flow Toward Centralization

Current approaches to the Internet of Things rely on centralized structures—which are creating concerns about power, dominance and control

Luxury july 2, 2015

Mark Zuckerberg Says Telepathy is Next Frontier for Digital Communications

At an online "townhall," Facebook's CEO fielded questions about the social network's latest tech ventures

Home june 26, 2015

Google Listens In On You With Audio-Snooping Code

Privacy advocates claim always-listening component was involuntarily activated within Chromium browser, exposing private conversations


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