The wires of the polygraph could one day be replaced by a simple camera with facial mapping software. An artificial intelligence company recently developed the Fraudoscope, which boasts the same accuracy as a polygraph.
A recent survey of the Southern sky has allowed the Hubble Space Telescope to confirm the existence of 10 times the number of galaxies in the universe. The survey was conducted by researchers at the University of Nottingham.
The ESA lost contact with its Mars lander minutes before touchdown on the Mars surface. The fate of the vessel is still unknown, but recent images of the Mars surface that were taken by NASA suggest the lander exploded upon impact.
Electronic trash never sounded so amazing. Japanese musician Ei Wada likes to use discarded household appliances to make his music, using his tech know-how to convert them into amazing instruments quite unlike any other.
DJI just announced the Zenmuse Z30, a drone camera with a whopping 30x optical zoom. Tailored for industrial use, the camera is limited to 1080p video and built specifically for the company's Matrice enterprise drone.
An AI algorithm has predicted the outcome of human rights trials with 79 percent accuracy. The system is the first of its kind trained solely from on case text from a major international court, the European Court of Human Rights.
Researchers have attempted to illustrate what major American cities might look like without these federal measures to control air pollution. The results are an eerie reminder of how important such regulations can be.