Dr. Fei-Fei Li of the Stanford Institute for Human-Centered AI discusses the promise and peril of the ground-breaking technology. Plus, research tracking adults over 50 shows that social activity, intimacy, and personal connections are key to good health as we age. And, new analysis of remains and burial items suggests women and men did both parts of hunting and gathering in the Paleolithic era.
An English professor discusses how AI is transforming education, and how students and faculty alike can use it responsibly.
Using both JWST and the Chandra Observatory, astronomers discover the oldest known black hole, and confirm a theory.
An engineering professor and author explains how modern life depends on vast, complicated systems you probably never think about.
Chef Dan Souza from Cook’s Illustrated and America’s Test Kitchen answers your holiday cooking questions.
If given final approval by the FDA, this treatment would be the first to use gene-editing CRISPR technology on humans.
Gene variants inherited from Neanderthals can impact pain tolerance and nose shape in modern humans. What else could they influence?
A $1.9 billion plan to suck up salmon and truck them around dams on the Willamette River raises questions.
A new exhibit at Brooklyn’s Pioneer Works museum explores the possibility of a hopeful climate future.