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.
Little 12-year-old Felicia Day was demonstrating at an early age her passion for all things geeky.
Crave's Michael Franco has been living with an awfully big phone for just over four months. His conclusion? Size really does matter.
A YouTube video that's currently inciting wonder shows a completely different perspective on a fireworks display.
Commentary: Futurist Ray Kurzweil says our devices will soon be able to process and mimic human emotions. But even if that's possible, it's not exactly a great idea.
Rather than helping you read faster, He Liked Thick Word Soup sees you literally grappling with words in order to construct passages from James Joyce's Ulysses.
In a work order posted online, the service is looking for software that synthesizes social-media data and weeds out false positives and sarcasm. Oh, and it has to be IE8 compatible.
Stepping outside his role as Lord Tyrion of House Lannister, actor Peter Dinklage perfectly summarizes what has happened thus far in just a few words.
Ever wondered what your favourite novels sound like? Forget audiobooks -- this project transposes literature into music.