A new artificial intelligence program called ARADEEPOPSIS will help botanists rapidly classify plant phenotypes.
The mundane interface between human and machine caused social anxiety in the late nineteenth century.
Long before Facebook or Twitter, an L.L. Bean-style catalog for hippies inspired the creation of one of the world’s first social networks.
Thirty years after the invention of blockchain, an artist sold a JPG using that technology for nearly $70 million. Huh?
Well, mostly the fall.
Chemists learned to blow their own glass vessels in the nineteenth century. It definitely beat using wine glasses.
If we give technology credit for changing history, does that mean we give ourselves less?
So naturally, we thought of all the kind stories we've written about artificial intelligence over the years. We take it all back!
Implanting machine components into human bodies, argues one scholar, could make for a better society.
The Black Press historically has countered disinformation that targeted Black voters, but now it is financially connected to Facebook itself.