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Government policies overshadow AI’s biggest gathering.
The secret to unlocking innovation isn’t tax cuts - it’s equality.
Income and gender make a big difference in who winds up inventing.
A comprehensive and data-driven portrait of Europe’s technology ecosystem.
"It’s clear we are a long way from artificial general intelligence." - Erik Brynjolfsson
New report considers the developments and varying perspectives of blockchain technology and its possible impact on the academic arena.
High-risk, high-reward ideas in areas such as AI, blockchain and synthetic biology are typical contenders for support from the EU’s new Innovation Council.
A new system must build cross-sector collaboration, lower barriers to working together, and create excitement and tangible know-how to attract investment.
The independent High-Level Group of Innovators recommends bringing all relevant EU funding schemes into a single, fit-for-purpose 'one-stop-shop' for innovation financing.
How do evolving forms of digital scholarship fit into the current landscape and what are the implications for publishers?
Thomas Insel's biggest lesson from his shift from NIMH director to Silicon Valley entrepreneur: academic and technology company researchers should partner up.
Young firms struggle to compete as deep-pocketed companies like Facebook and Amazon clone products and consolidate their power.
Mountains, lakes, chocolate, fondue and banks? Right? Only partly.
How can evolutionary computation support journal editors?
As teachers launch personal brands and cast themselves as influencers, start-ups and tech giants alike are racing to cultivate them to spread their wares.
Approval of Novartis cancer drug is “historic,” FDA says
Leaders in the fields of AI and robotics, including Elon Musk and Google DeepMind’s Mustafa Suleyman, have signed a letter calling on the United Nations to ban lethal autonomous weapons.
A big waste of money or the engine of marketplace innovation? That's how some people see basic scientific research. Now a new study shows how basic research and inventions are connected.
Scholarly work cited in patent literature and the value of the patents as perceived by the applicants of 200 leading global research institutions.
Isaac Newton and Albert Einstein would have bridled under today's research funding bureaucracy. It's time to allow scientists to indulge their curiosity again.