New York to Use Facial Recognition to Catch Terrorists

Andrew Cuomo, the governor of New York plans to install cameras, sensors and facial recognition on state bridges and tunnels, identifying drivers as the...

Charge: the Self-Drive Delivery Van that Can be Built in Four Hours

Charge is a self-driving electric delivery van showcased at the Wired 2016 conference in London on 3-4 November that could be on UK roads...

Artificial Intelligence: The Future Of Everything

This year, 2017, has been dubbed the year artificial intelligence (AI). With developers already beginning to innovate and improve the technologies that already exist,...

New Study: Overcoming Fear with AI Therapy

Researchers from the University of Cambridge, UK, have discovered a way to remove memories involving fear from patients’ brains, using artificial intelligence. AI and brain...

New Study: 3 Ways New Skin Patch Tracks Your Health

Researchers from Northwestern University’s Center for Bio-Integrated Electronics are inventing a new skin patch to track a person’s health and fitness, sending data to...

Declining Apple Smartwatch Sales Hint at Problems for Wearable Tech Market

Apple smartwatch sales have dropped from 3.9 million units sold in the third quarter of 2015 to just over one million units sold in...

Tinder Users Suffer Low Self-Esteem and Body Disatisfaction

According to research conducted in the US, people who use the hook-up dating app, Tinder have a more negative self-perception compared to non-users. The Research The...

5 Motivational Stories: Optimism, SALTO robot and Paris Car Ban

Winter may bring cold, Trump may bring uncertainty and PewDiePie’s plans to quit YouTube if he gets 50m subscribers may bring you to tears...

5 facts on: Nissan Launches Robotic Chairs to Beat Lines in Japan

Nissan has launched the ProPilot chair, a robotic chair for waiting customers at restaurants, using self-driving technology that can detect the seat in front,...

Is the future of tools and medicine shape-shifting technology?

The Beginning: inFORM In 2015, Sean Follmer, human-computer interaction researcher and designer at MIT, introduced inForm: breakthrough technology developed alongside his team to create a...