Founder Gabriel Weinberg says DuckDuckGo could build more services than just a search engine.
Algorithms and machine learning are increasingly being used to make more decisions - how should this be approached?
On any given day, Janice Itwaru might be found trolling the streets of Queens for drugs. Janice is an "uncle" - an undercover narcotics officer - trying to meet the impossibly high quota of drug busts needed to make detective, or be sent back down to uniformed patrol. So Janice is out there in her secondhand hoochie skirt, trying to get potential drug dealers - criminals, addicts, dumb kids, whomever - to commit a felony on her behalf.
"Great Uncle Janice"
GCHQ, MI5 and MI6 unlawfully gathered 'Bulk Communications Data' and 'Bulk Personal Datasets'.
Alfredo Batista has some worries. Okay, a lot of worries. His older brother, Jose—sorry, Tariq—is returning from a stretch in prison after an unsuccessful robbery, a burglary that Alfredo was supposed to be part of. So now everyone thinks Alfredo snitched on his brother, which may have something to do with the fact that Alfredo is now dating Tariq’s ex-girlfriend, Isabel, who is eight months pregnant. Tariq’s violent streak is probably #1 worry on Alfredo’s list.
"Dogfight fights for my attention, and wins"
An exascale computer is capable of 1,000,000,000,000,000,000 calculations per second.
A WIRED investigation has found some of the UK's most popular dating apps are leaking Facebook details, sharing birthdates and taking precise location details.
The car has its own personal assistant called Yui.
In 2016, we learned of near misses with passenger jets, drugs being dropped into prisons and objects appearing in the air above sporting events — all involving small drones. In 2017, the battle will begin in earnest.
Sharks, pirates and robots: WIRED goes onboard Orange Marine's Le Pierre de Fermat as it docked in the UK to reload cable.
A condom-free form of male contraception is a step closer after the gel successfully passed a year-long trial in primates.
A limited number of the 3D-printed running shoes are on sale in London and Tokyo.
In a surprise announcement during an event at the Science Museum, Peake revealed he would return to the ISS with the European Space Agency. The British astronaut only returned from orbit in June 2016.
The hand uses soft fingers controlled by airflows with actuators on a flexible scaffold.
From hairbrushes to scales, consumer and industrial devices are having chips inserted into them to collect and communicate data.
More than 70 years since the end of world war two, codebreakers are set to return to Bletchley Park. A new free school for 16-19 year olds is planned to be opened on the site.
The Aerial Informatics and Robotics Platform is available to download on GitHub.
1.2 million people living in North London can use the app instead of calling the NHS 111 number.
People will be able to flag posts as fake and fact checking group Correctiv will help to highlight false stories.
Bristol-based startup Graphcore has created a series of 'AI brain scans', using its development chip and software, to produce Petri dish-style images that reveal what happens as processes run.