The UK military is elevating its surveillance network with high-altitude balloons
These balloons supplied by Sierra Nevada will be part of the Ministry's "Project Aether."
Google’s DeepMind AI can ‘transframe’ a single image into a video
This AI only needs one still to generate a moving image.
Blind scientists adapted a centuries-old art to make data that can be touched and seen
Tools called lithophanes are physical images adorned with shallow engravings.
Google’s new robot butler was trained on social media and Wikipedia articles
Google's subsidiary, Everyday Robots, is using advanced language modeling to teach its robots how to interpret complex conversations.
Fake Galileo manuscript suspected to be a 20th-century forgery
A suspicious watermark and a researcher's gut feeling exposed this "Galileo" manuscript housed at the University of Michigan.
What the Colorado River’s record lows mean for western US
New drastic cuts are implemented in the western United States, as the water level of the Colorado River hits dire lows.
TikTok’s new AI art filter riffs on your text
It's trying its best to generate backgrounds based on user text prompts.
The souped-up Ford Mustang Mach-E makes driving EVs a lot more fun
I took the wheel of Ford's powerful electric Mustang. Here's how it went.
This small asteroid has a tiny moon of its own
Polymele—one of the smallest asteroids targeted by NASA's Lucy mission—has an even smaller satellite.
High-tech buoys with underwater microphones could save sperm whales from ship collisions
A computational technique offers the power to track whales in real time—a potential boon in the quest to save whales from ship strikes.