An AI created by a PhD student at MIT analyses the work of poets to choose the best words for new works that could have been written by the original authors.
Stanford has hosted its first high-tech poetry competition, exploring how computer code can be read and deployed as a poetic language.
Poetry lives in the heart, in the soul, in the mind -- and now it's growing in the least likely place imaginable: Twitter.
Tech giant will hold Hour of Code events next week at its stores -- from New York to London to Tokyo -- to spark kids' interest in computer programming.
Need a little poetic inspiration? Turn to an online poetry generator filled with celebrity teens Willow and Jaden Smith's musings on the nature of time and duality consciousness.
A Miami convenience store owner is fed up with his employees and customers being allegedly harassed by police. So he installs surveillance video to get evidence against the local cops.
Ai Weiwei creates an elaborate series of installations for display on Alcatraz, even though he's forbidden from traveling outside China and has never been to the notorious prison site.
The social network wants developers to use its tools to make mobile apps, while also integrating its service along the way.
A man lifts his cell phone in front of his face to take the perfect shot. And then, a YouTube-worthy calamity.
A brain in a jar might not be your idea of a romantic present for the person you're pledging your life to. But you're not a neuroscientist.