Forensic DNA evidence has been a game-changer for law enforcement, but research shows it can contribute to miscarriages of justice.
The recent film Blade Runner 2049 engages with questions raised by Karel Čapek and Isaac Asimov: What do we owe our creations (and what do they owe us)?
We may want to support the #MeToo victims, but many of us also feel allegiance to our favorite celebrity. And the internet is at the heart of that dynamic.
The role of librarians, archivists, media trainers, and other information professionals in fostering a healthy digital world for the next generation.
Japan has always been at the forefront of technological advancement. With a lonely and over-taxed workforce, the country has now introduced the robot wife.
Google's Pixel Buds aim to translate from language to language in real time. Will this eliminate the need for human translators?
"Me too." As the conversation around sexual assault has spread, it's become clear that not everybody is prepared to talk about such a difficult issue.
The term 'child star' is almost synonymous with dysfunction. We're familiar with TV and movie kids, but what about those made famous by social media?
Is it time to turn our back on Facebook? And if so, what social network could possibly replace it?
Robert H. Goddard is acknowledged by many as the "father" of rocketry, but it's a strange paternity since he had so little influence on his contemporaries.