Lethal autonomous weapons systems (LAWS) are weapons that need little, if any, human interaction in order to select and engage their targets. While technology to improve weapons systems is advancing, experts both in and outside the U.S. military are considering whether fully autonomous weapons are moral and whether they fully ...

Imagine a sensor that could instantly detect nuclear submarines deep underwater, a supercomputer that can break the strongest encryption in the blink of an eye, or a worldwide satellite network of theoretically unbreakable communications. These are just a few of the capabilities promised by quantum physics, a century-old science, which ...

The explosion of data in a digital world has exposed people to volumes of information as never before. But just as this data will increase exponentially with time, so too will the number of questions that can be posed against these expansive datasets. To find insight buried in this immense ...