The computer scientist's groundbreaking work has formed the basis of several modern technologies from facial recognition and subway systems to stock trading.
Computer scientist Russell Kirsch, credited with scanning the world's first digital image and creating the pixel, has reportedly died in Portland, Oregon at the age of 91.
The new list exchanges racially insensitive and gendered terms for more inclusive ones.
Twitter users are copying and pasting the message about Larry Tesler from each other over and over again.
Quantum computers have the potential to perform certain tasks much faster than classical computers, although they are still some way away from being a practical reality.
The popular trading card game is played by millions of people around the world.
MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory may soon put an end to boring chores.
This question was the focus of a post that set Reddit alight.
A war that kills tens of millions of people could happen again in the next 100 years.
"To work with this administration in any capacity is to normalize it, and all of the hate and bigotry it represents," Reshma Saujani wrote in an op-ed.
The storms are coming. This beast of a computer will hopefully buy us some time.
The co-founder and CEO of Code.org talks about putting coding and technology on par with math or biology in U.S. schools.
Tech giant forms initiative Made with Code, encouraging young women to pursue tech career fields