Your automobile is filled with tons of highly sensitive sensors that monitor the car. What if we turned those sensors on the passenger?
Combining humanitarian aid, economic development and environmental improvement may be the only way for the global community to bolster its resilience to 21st-century challenges.
A new documentary, Shift Change, explores a kind of company where the workers are also the owners, which results in a quite different economic model than we’re used to.
When pursuing the holy grail of artificial intelligence--replicating an animal brain with computers--it’s best to start small.
Just because you don’t need them to make phone calls anymore doesn’t mean that phone booths are totally useless--especially if you add a screen and some Wi-Fi.
Enough of the fields of turbines! The Windstrument offers a different vision of what wind power can be in urban areas.
Infants can’t operate wheelchairs, but small kids who are mobility impaired can miss out on key phases of development. The Wii-powered WeeBot fixes that problem by putting the baby in the driver’s seat.