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A new STAT report reveals IBM's supercomputer, Watson, often provided "unsafe and incorrect treatment recommendations" for cancer.
"The horse is out of the barn and the barn is gone," MIT professor Neil Gershenfeld says of trying to control access to 3D-printed gun information.
Apple's earnings from its last quarter show the company inching toward a $1 trillion market value.
Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson speaks with former intelligence officer Malcolm Nance about Trump's rhetoric, and Facebook saying it identified a political influence campaign.
Boeing, the world's largest aerospace company, will anchor MIT's nearly $2 billion development project.
The technology is unreliable, violates our privacy and exacerbates historical inequities, writes Kade Crockford.
Conflicts with individual cities could be the least of Bird’s worries. Cambridge officials contend the scooters may be violating state law.
Facebook announced that it has identified a coordinated and inauthentic political influence campaign ahead of the November midterm elections.
A number of states are suing the Trump administration for allowing the blueprint for a 3D-printed gun to be published online.
Facebook's suspension of the conspiracy theorist has far from settled the debate over how social media platforms should police online misinformation.
Housing advocates are thrilled over proposed regulations that would create a public registry for short-term housing rentals -- the first of its kind in the nation. Short-term rental companies like...
The California-based company did not immediately agree to comply, the city said, setting up a possible legal battle.
Monday marks the first full weekday of construction for the Commonwealth Avenue bridge project. Plus, an e-scooter company has landed in Cambridge and Somerville.
As prominent figures slammed the Massachusetts Technology Leadership Council, the group said it would accept 15 additional nominations.
"Today, the digital infrastructure that serves this country is literally under attack," Dan Coats, director of National Intelligence.
Facebook should not be the global arbiter of truth, according to Antonio García Martínez, a tech entrepreneur and former Facebook product manager.
The social media giant missed revenue projections, and its user base was flat in the U.S. and down in Europe, compared to the previous quarter.
The goal of Russian interference is "not just to win an election," former FBI agent Clint Watts says. "It is to demoralize, subvert the U.S. population and have an erosion...
Fledgling companies are being priced out of high-tech hotspots in Greater Boston. At the same time, the bar to snag venture capital funding is getting higher.
To be addicted to heroin isn't all that abnormal right now. But Alex used Reddit to help fight off his demons, which is not something everyone can say.