Can Bloomberg Philanthropies establish a national standard for data-driven governments?
After a high-speed crash in Arizona, the ride-hailing giant grounds its autonomous fleet.
Across the country, designers and coders are coming together to develop tools for communities targeted by Trump’s orders.
Some preliminary observations and trends already have surfaced in the year since the project’s launch.
Currently, there are 3,215 installation projects throughout the city—triple the amount from 2014.
A new Homeland Security rule will ban electronics on flights from airports in Muslim-majority countries. Is this protectionism or prudence? Well, it’s complicated.
It’s old, creaky, and would need hundreds of billions of dollars just to stay as it is.
A computer model is in the works to simulate how New Yorkers would respond in the the first 30 days after a nuclear attack.
You might know about Tesla vs. Edison. In cities, it was Edison vs. Westinghouse.
An ambitious effort in Georgia aims to turn a rural road into living lab for cutting-edge technologies.
Cities like Boston aren’t just rolling out the heavy-duty plow trucks. Analytic tools are helping them to make snow removal a smarter and more efficient process.
The continent needs to take huge strides to meet its future energy needs. A brand new island for wind power might do the trick.
Uber, Lyft, and delivery-on-demand apps put unnecessary drivers on the road during winter weather—and we all end up paying for it.
Contrary to technology’s image as an equalizer, digital service jobs in United States have clustered and concentrated in a select few metros.
Tag along as Bertha nears the end of its painstaking, four-year journey.
Inside the battle for the future of a technology that could really, truly change the world.
The Nobel laureate Angus Deaton discusses extreme poverty, opioid addiction, Trump voters, robots, and rent-seeking.
Descartes Labs lets you point-and-hop between features in China and the United States.
An open data project sought to battle tax foreclosures by arming residents with information. It may have empowered property speculators more than anyone.