MIT Technology Review
Technical, regulatory, and business obstacles are still in the way of safe, useful, and affordable self-driving vehicles.
Seoul had a solution to the world’s energy problems. Then everything went wrong.
With 5G networks rolling out around the world, engineers are turning their attention to the next incarnation.
Landowners could have earned hundreds of millions of dollars for carbon cuts that won’t happen.
Machines need an exact digital replica of our world if we’re going to get true, location-specific AR—or accurate robot food deliveries.
Though it wasn’t in time for tax day, US lawmakers are pressuring the IRS to clarify its policies for digital currencies.
Only a few legislators really know what they’re talking about, but it’s a start.
Thanks to twin astronauts, we now have our first solid evidence of how the human body responds to long-term spaceflight—and it’s thrown up some mysteries.
The scientists behind it spent a decade using a virtual telescope the size of Earth to create this historic image.
A quest to understand how human intelligence evolved raises some ethical questions.