Prisma, a free, Russian-made photo app, allows users to customize their images by feeding photos through an artificial intelligence that "repaints" them in the style of great artists like Van Gogh, Munch, and Picasso.
What does the future of storage density look like? How does 65.2 terabytes on a square-inch surface sound? Dutch researchers are working on exactly that, but it currently only works in liquid nitrogen temperatures.
Super spies won't be carrying this lens around in their pockets -- this 348 pound lens is nearly 4.5 feet long. The lens, once on the Russian reconnaissance satellite Yantar 4K2, is listed for sale on an online classified site.
A physics student from the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne in Switzerland has developed an autonomous drone that’s capable of flying around obstacles thanks to a vision algorithm that's modeled off insect eyes.
An unusual bird-like drone was found last week in Mogadishu, the capital of Somalia. The origins of the crudely designed UAV are unknown, but early reports suggest it may belong to Somali intelligence agency NISA.
In an effort to make those extra-pointers or field goals a bit more difficult, the NFL is toying with the idea of placing data chips in footballs to determine whether those famous yellow goal posts should be narrowed.
Technologies don’t come more potentially transformative than Obi, a robotic arm which allows people with physical disabilities to feed themselves: restoring an important sense of dignity that otherwise risks being lost.
New York City has promised to spend $27 billion on improving its transportation network, with some of the money earmarked for the city's sprawling subway network. Modern cars and revamped stations are planned.