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At the Detroit Auto Show, Department of Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx unveiled a 10-year plan to fund research for autonomous vehicles.
At the 2016 CES in Las Vegas, many major automakers announced their plans for autonomous vehicles. Here's a roundup of the major news.
At the end of every year, countless workers are missing out on (and letting go of) leave time. TechRepublic asked the experts how both employers and employees can make sure time is used.
The National Science Foundation recently awarded two Kentucky universities a prestigious grant in nanotechnology. Here's how they're planning to use the money to lead new innovations.
Chopra: Health care is about to get a lot more entrepreneurial, data will improve personalized health
At the Louisville Innovation Summit, former White House CTO Aneesh Chopra outlined his vision for a future of healthcare managed by "information fiduciaries."
Fast Forward Labs CEO Hilary Mason's opening keynote at the 2015 Grace Hopper Women in Computing Celebration explored the evolving areas of data science and machine intelligence.
Microsoft gave its high-end Surface a leap forward on Tuesday with the unveiling of the Surface Pro 4 and the surprise launch of the Surface Book, the company's first laptop.
Greg Shultz takes a look at the Windows 10 eBooks in Microsoft's most recent collection of free eBooks.
Mary Meeker, a partner at venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, delivered her State of the Internet presentation in May. Here are some highlights.
The Naive Bayes algorithm works well, but it drives some data scientists crazy because it's not perfect. Let this inspire you to set your sights on success rather than perfection.