What if you could create an item of clothing or jewelry with medicinal properties that would help fight cancer? Or develop a building material that repaired itself or began biodegrading … Read more »
How did Bing build its prediction engine? It all started with a snow day.
It’s fairly easy for people to get flushed with excitement over the potential of technologies like 3D printing and the Internet of Things, but behind many of these breakthroughs are … Read more »
How can human emotions inspire new interactions with technology and each other? Designers from Microsoft worked in tandem with design students in L.A. and New York City to answer that question.
Sometimes, it’s just more convenient to Facebook a question than it is to search for the answer online.
Twenty-two-year-old Cassidy Williams is such a successful veteran of hackathons that she’s now a co-organizer of the International Women’s Hackathon 2014 set for April 25 – 27.
If you could see ideas spreading, what would it look like?
WIRED and Bill Gates play “art of the possible” with four product ideas that could change the world.
Eric Horvitz demos an AI personal assistant, receptionist and “magic elevator” in this TEDx Austin talk.