Robot dogs with shifting personalities conjure the AI bugbear and raise fears of potential abuse, but they also inspire some wonderment.
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Could those flying cars from "Back to the Future: Part 2" be closer to reality than ever? They very well may be, but is that a good thing?
A janitor thought he was simply turning off an annoying beeping noise. Instead, he might have caused decades' worth of damage.
The electric vehicle startup was already having major problems. This latest incident only made things much worse.
A Pentagon office that examines UFOs says that it is more concerned about what China is putting in the sky than about aliens.
Drugmaker Moderna will have to cough up about $400 million as part of a settlement over how the coronavirus vaccine was developed.
A Ford patent that recently became public shed some light on a few interesting tactics the car company could use if you're late on payments.
The high school students did a bit of research about prosthetic limbs, created a design, and used a 3D printer to create the prosthetic.
Some experts have noted a peculiar trait about this Chinese spy balloon -- and it should be raising the alarms of Americans everywhere.
A new Moderna shot, injected directly into the heart, is undergoing human trials and is using the same technology as the COVID vaccine.
The usual suspects claimed to know what was going on behind the scenes, but I'm not sure anyone expected the situation to develop like this.
"As I'm sure anyone who has been doxed would agree, you know, showing real-time information about someone's location is inappropriate."
Experts say they have achieved a milestone in using fusion to create energy, but practical applications are years away.
"The truck had a bunch of error codes, and wouldn’t got beyond accessory mode. I tried the N button and nothing."
It wasn't long ago that Australia had a reputation as a tough, freedom-loving nation, but after COVID, that hard-earned rep has been ruined.