Our stuff can now surveil pretty much everything we do.
Two Harvard scientists debate the question.
According to Tolstoy, death no longer has meaning for civilized man.
Alloparenting consists in both extended family and non-related people, mostly female, being primary or regular caregivers for young children, especially infants.
CEO says clinical trials to begin that would reverse brain death.
The longer the silence goes on, the larger two questions loom.
The questions are easy, but you’ll probably get all of them wrong.
If the current political campaigns have revealed anything about Americans, it is that they loathe changing their minds.
Psychologists Kristin Jay and Timothy Jay presented research suggesting that people well-versed in curse words are more likely to
Responsible scientists shouldn't be so dogmatic.
You can even take America’s most popular psychological profile test and find out what Star Wars character you are.
Scientific research suggests money spent on experiences offers more long-term happiness.
A sociologist says yes, but scientific research on the subject remains mixed.
From the emails they get in their inbox to the contents of their cereal boxes, kids should grow up encouraged to ask questions and seek out reliable evidence.
That’s what a psychologist argued on Reddit.
But there is ONE element which research shows makes a difference in the lives of young children.
A new study says yes.
A pair of Cornell researchers found that incompetent people cannot recognize their own incompetence.
On April 4, 2094 B.C. the world’s first recorded eclipse took place. And people freaked.
Skynet will never become self-aware.
But is his enthusiasm misplaced?
Our systems – and women – are tough on short men, studies show.
The sphericity of the earth, heliocentrism, and even evolution, had early antecedents.
Think you are a moral person? Studies show that moral behavior deviates sharply based on situational context.
There seems to be an underlying message about science and progress.
The response provoked chuckles, but it bears asking: Does A.I pose a threat to human life?
We might be closer to confronting the ethical debate from Jurassic Park than anyone believed.