MIT 'radio' uses wireless signals to identify emotions
It can tell if you're sad, happy or angry.
A fleet of self-driving boats will ply Amsterdam's canals next year
Their five-year mission: don’t crash.
ICYMI: Soon flying UAVs could pick stuff up; carry it away
What could go wrong?
MIT uses radiation to read closed books
Terahertz imaging can scan pages that would be too fragile to touch.
Neural networks are powerful thanks to physics, not math
The very nature of the universe helps deep learning computers solve problems quickly.
Amtrak's next-gen high-speed trains, and more in the week that was
Also, self-driving vehicles that can park outside your skyscraper window.
ICYMI: The amazing 9-year-old 3D printer
Building a UAV out of Lego bricks is a much better use of time than creating another dumb house.
ICYMI: Improving pesticide's sticking abilities
Conventionally farmed tomatoes are going to grow up a lot easier.
MIT gives pesticides an electric charge to improve stickiness
The method could cut the amount of anti-bug juice used by 90 percent.