A dexterous multi-fingered robot practiced using virtual objects in a simulated world, showing how machine learning and the cloud could revolutionize manual work.
Todd Holmdahl says that starting from behind won’t keep Microsoft from winning the race to commercialize quantum computing.
Making machines inquisitive could improve their ability to perform important complex tasks.
Tech companies think biology may solve a looming data storage problem.
Desktop Metal thinks its machines will give designers and manufacturers a practical and affordable way to print metal parts.
Marcus DeSieno’s photos remind you that the eye in the sky is never too far. The post Ah, the Beauty of Nature … Seen Through Creepy Webcams appeared first on WIRED.
<em>The Washington Post</em>’s Heliograf software can autowrite tons of basic stories in no time, which could free up reporters to do more important work. The post What News-Writing Bots Mean for the Future of Journalism appeared first on WIRED.
In researching who was watching and reading what at the end of 2016, one thing became clear: Some of the oldest voices in the news are still the biggest. The post Old-School Media Is Pulling Way More Viewers Than You Think appeared first on WIRED.
The prominent YouTuber’s casual racism and attacks on the media have made him an idol in the eyes of the so-called alt-right. The post PewDiePie Was Always Kinda Racist—But Now He’s a Hero to Nazis appeared first on WIRED.