• instagram

    сен 5, 2018

    Instagram's co-founders exit social network

    Kevin Systrom, Instagram's chief executive, and Mike Krieger, its chief technology officer, have resigned and plan to leave in the coming weeks. In a statement, Systrom said he and Krieger are "grateful" for their time at Instagram...

  • Otto

    сен 3, 2018

    Self-Driving Trucks

    Tractor-trailers without a human at the wheel will soon barrel onto highways near you. What will this mean for the nation's 1.7 million truck drivers?

  • red-blood-cells

    авг 29, 2018

    The Cell Atlas

    In 1665, Robert Hooke peered down his microscope at a piece of cork and discovered little boxes that reminded him of rooms in a monastery. Being the first scientist to describe cells, Hooke would be amazed by biology's next mega-project:...

  • Dueling

    авг 27, 2018

    Dueling Neural Networks

    Artificial intelligence is getting very good at identifying things: show it a million pictures, and it can tell you with uncanny accuracy which ones depict a pedestrian crossing a street.

  • QuantumLeap

    авг 24, 2018

    Materials' Quantum Leap

    The prospect of powerful new quantum computers comes with a puzzle. They'll be capable of feats of computation inconceivable with today's machines, but we haven't yet figured out what we might do with those powers.

  • Genetics

    авг 22, 2018

    Genetic Fortune-Telling

    One day, babies will get DNA report cards at birth. These reports will offer predictions about their chances of suffering a heart attack or cancer, of getting hooked on tobacco, and of being smarter than average.

  • Formato_Certo_para_Site_YVP_Imagens4

    авг 20, 2018

    Perfect Online Privacy

    True internet privacy could finally become possible thanks to a new tool that canFor instancelet you prove you're over 18, without revealing your date of birth, or prove you have enough money in the...

  • Formato_Certo_para_Site_YVP_Imagens2

    авг 17, 2018

    Zero-Carbon Natural Gas

    The world is probably stuck with natural gas as one of our primary sources of electricity for the foreseeable future. Cheap and readily available, it now accounts for more than 30 percent of US electricity and 22 percent of...