CBS is rerunning its Apollo 11 launch broadcast, giving viewers the chance to see Apollo 11’s takeoff, start to finish, ahead of the actual moon landing anniversary later this week.
New developments in artificial intelligence have created tools that can easily distort reality. But we’ve always lived in a world where our senses misrepresent reality; new technologies will help us get closer to the truth.
Intel has announced a much-expanded version of its Loihi processor, with up to 64 cores and 8M neurons in a single system.
One of the strangest features of physics is quantum entanglement, and scientists from the University of Glasgow have just captured the first photo demonstrating the effect.
This galaxy might bend the rules a bit, but it offers an opportunity to study how the theory of relativity applies in the real world.
DeepMind first dominated the game of Go, and then it moved on to StarCraft II, beating some of the world’s top players early this year. Now, you might have a chance to play against the AlphaStar AI, but you’ll probably get wrecked.
The spacecraft gathered samples from the surface of the asteroid Ryugu earlier this year, and it bombed the asteroid a few months later. Now, the probe has taken another trip to the surface to scoop up pristine material that used to be buried below the surface.
A new type of solar power setup developed at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology in Saudi Arabia could address both of those issues. These panels leverage waste heat from solar panels to distill and purify water.
The automated landing system called C2Land uses computer vision to identify the runway and guide the plane down for a safe landing.
This vital piece of equipment will allow Mars 2020 to analyze samples from a distance as it searches for signs of life.