Category : My Wired
The computer’s eyes, perhaps even better than our own, register the broad shifts in cinema.
There’s a good reason there are more paintings of faces than faces with paintings on them: The face is generally not a good canvas. That’s why these photos by Moscow-based photographer Alexander Khoklov are so impressive. They collapse three dimensions into two and defy the eye to discern whether what
Hacker bootcamps have sprung up across the world in recent years, offering crash courses in the science and art of computer programming. These schools are particularly prevalent in California’s Silicon Valley — the heart of the tech world — and in a place where demand for coders just keep going
Two of the most common tropes about unemployment in the U.S. are that China is taking jobs and robots are taking jobs. Well, what if robots and Asian companies actually brought jobs back?
As we prepare for this weekend’s celebrity-filled Superbowl commercials, here are 10 musicians who swapped credibility for lucrative ad contracts.
U.S. Army convoys will soon be able to roll into even the roughest of unfriendly foreign urban areas and combat zones without the worry of loss of life, thanks to new technology that will make large vehicles fully autonomous.