Specially trained K-9 troops are a great asset in sniffing out trouble, but silicon solutions are more scalable.
It is sheer hubris for humans, even the supposedly smart ones, to believe they can predict the future with any accuracy.
Forget the clash between humanities and science. The only cultures that really count are information, creation and organization.
Anniversaries are a time for reflection. This year marks the 50th anniversary of British scientist and novelist Charles Percy Snow’s seminal Two Cultures lecture-turned-book, turned paradigm.
It's fashionable to take swipes at the greedy and ignorant boobs who run American business, but don't spread the blame universally.
Unemployment has hit worrisome levels while the energy economy gears up for a renewable future. Here's our chance to take care of both.