The World Wide Web recently celebrated its 30th anniversary. Read about how the internet as we know it was developed and how it transformed the world.
Why do Americans distrust robots? Do we have anything to fear? Read information from both sides of the debate.
Could humans one day live on Mars? Read about the research and exploration being done to determine if that is a real possibility.
This article provides examples of past, present, and future technology inspired by nature.
Researchers from the University of California, Irvine found that access to smart phones distract people from negative situations and also serve as social support.
Girl Scouts earning cybersecurity badges are not only preparing to combat modern threats, they may help decrease the inequality in STEM fields.
According to this article, the widespread use of smartphones and social media are two of the most significant developments of the past two decades. What are some of the other major ways the world has changed in the last 20 years?
Can the legal system rely on artificial intelligence to make fair recommendations for sentencing criminals? Or do these technologies perpetuate historical biases against low-income and minority communities? Read to learn more.
Massive changes for food and sustainability are on the horizon. Read on to catch a glimpse of what the future has in store.
Empowered to tackle a micro problem on a macro scale, this 12-year-old takes on the Earth’s oceans and the plastic within it.
Teen changes the world with the invention of a satellite small enough to hold in the palm of your hand.
In 1974, our greatest minds gathered to craft a message broadcast to aliens. Look at a breakdown of what this message contained.
Watch the video to see how augmented reality can be used to help kids with cancer.
Read how a group of high school students are chipping away at the gender disparity in the drone pilot industry.
Science jouranlist Bianca Nogrady argues that we shouldn’t worry about AI taking over, but about AI solving problems incorrectly.
One negative effect of social media, at least for many people, is having the feeling that others are living better lives than they are. This article takes a deeper look at this phenomenon, known as the fear of missing out.
How is life changing for people in the Digital Age? Click here to read quotations by a number of experts in the technology industry to find out how they responded to this question.
How do rideshare companies attract drivers to work unpredictable hours for minimum wage? By turning work into a game.
In a recent study, Stanford University researchers found that virtual reality technology can help people increase enduring empathy for others.
Maybe you’ve always wanted to express yourself through art but didn’t feel talented enough. No problem! Technology isn’t just a shortcut to creating art; it’s the basis of whole new forms of art that you can explore.