3D scans of your own face to try on makeup or create custom avatars could be easier to find this year if this new startup is successful. Bellus3D has the hardware to take scans from your smartphone -- now they just need software developers.
At the California test site, the 103 Perdix drones released from three F/A-18 Super Hornets demonstrated sophisticated swarming behaviors, including collective decision-making, adaptive formation flying, and self-healing.
Illumina — a DNA sequencing company — unveiled a machine called the NovaSeq at the JP Morgan Healthcare Conference this week. With it the company hopes to bring down the price of sequencing to less than $100.
Google's artificially intelligent bot, Google Assistant, will soon feature more robust third-party integration, meaning that it can help you control your entire digital life -- not just your Google life.
Samsung has been showcasing bendable display technology for a few years now and a folding smartphone might finally become a reality. Internally code-named Project Valley, the Galaxy X could launch by the end of 2017.
Backed by LinkedIn founder Reid Hoffman and eBay founder Pierre Omidayar, the Ethics and Governance of Artificial Intelligence Fund aims to bring together diverse experts to turn an analytical eye to the development of AI.
Superflex, a startup spinoff of SRI International, is developing “powered clothing." It's lightweight and connected clothing, equipped with electric muscles to support the torso, hips, and legs for movement.
Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania and University of California have discovered a method for healing wounds without leaving behind nasty scar tissue. Coming soon to a body near you, we hope.