There's no shortage of online dating sites and apps. But there’s one common problem with these services: they’re all looking at the wrong data. Dating apps should take a hint from Netflix's algorithm.
Word processing software has not only changed the way we write; it's changed the way we read. It pays to think about what we want from our writing tools.
Is Facebook bad for your mental health? Researchers have been studying the profound impact social bonds can have on health since the 1970s.
What would have been considered a dystopian level of surveillance a mere twenty years ago has now become the norm. Why don't internet users care?
A quick Google search will yield suggested results, 'are blogs still relevant 2016', 'are blogs still relevant 2017'' 'is blogging dead'.
Emotion can be difficult to parse online. Why not adopt a common protocol that lets our fellow internet citizens know our emotional state?
Traffic congestion has been a problem in the United States ever since the 1930s, and since that time, scientists have been studying on the problem.
Whatever the gift, it’s worth stopping to think about how much we really want to entangle our gift-giving with the digital realm.
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)?