Brian is a New York-based science, tech and health journalist. He has written about cybersecurity and Anonymous and even interviewed Neil deGrasse Tyson about his secret love of musicals (who knew?). Brian’s work has been published by The Atlantic, The Paris Review, CBS News, Engadget and Everyday Health, among others. When not following the news, Brian is an actor who has studied at The Barrow Group and Actors Connection in NYC. He sometimes blogs about fashionable dogs. Yes. Really. He graduated with honors from Brown University and has an M.A. from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism.
AI could be the key to catching Type 1 diabetes much earlier
IBM's latest project could help identify patients at risk and help chart a course for tracking the condition.
Researchers develop a computer that's fooled by optical illusions
Seeing like we do has big implications for AI.
Tech giants like Google and Alibaba are working to save endangered species
Black markets have been using popular social apps and platforms to ply their illicit trade.
IBM is sending Watson to the Grammys
After helping treat cancer, the world’s most advanced AI is diagnosing fashion faux pas.
Can tech replace painkillers?
Amid an opiate crisis, some are looking for a drug-free answer to pain.