On the day of the Internet’s 30th birthday, inventor Tim Berners-Lee says it is time for us to celebrate what we have achieved with the internet, as well as reflect on what else we need to do to make a web that drives equality, opportunity, and creativity.
Despite the advances in our science and technology, there are mysteries scientists cannot solve. These mysteries prove that there is so much in our universe that cannot be reduced to its parts and particles.
Tim Berners-Lee is trying to save the internet, but he needs the help of governments, companies, and individuals to make this work.
Implications for AI This article by Thomas Oppong looks at various results of neuroscience studies
Chief Security Officer Alex Stamos is leaving Facebook, and he has left an important message to his colleagues.
Malcolm Gladwell: The trick to interacting with machines is to remember that they are machines…we are a fundamentally different thing
In this article written by Cynthia Johnson following her interview with Malcolm Gladwell, she talks
Finally, someone in the U.S. government has began the first step to ensuring security in