MIT Technology Review

The “Black Mirror” scenarios that are leading some experts to call for more secrecy on AI

Artificial intelligence could sway elections, help Big Brother, and make hackers way more dangerous, suggests a new report.

The carbon-capture era may finally be starting

Analysis of a newly approved tax credit shows it could make an immediate dent in industrial emissions and narrow the financial gap for power plants.

Can’t get new lungs? Try refurbished ones instead.

Spruced-up human and animal organs could someday be the solution for people needing transplants.

Why even a moth’s brain is smarter than an AI

A neural network that simulates the way moths recognize odors also shows how they learn so much faster than machines.

Terrible people have learned to exploit the internet. Yasmin Green is fighting back.

The Jigsaw team at Alphabet brings people who were radicalized online back from the brink, one video at a time.

The Best of the Physics arXiv (week ending February 17, 2018)

This week’s most thought-provoking papers from the Physics arXiv.

Goodbye, census—hello, Street View

Google Street View could be the demographer’s new best friend.

How UPS delivers faster using $8 headphones and code that decides when dirty trucks get cleaned

Inside EDGE: the shipping giant’s ambitious, tech-driven bid to keep Amazon and others at bay.