This week in How Things Work, learn about how Bluetooth technology connects devices together.
Carnegie Mellon University and Harvard University's new non-profit academic project, RoboVote uses artificial intelligence (AI) to make optimal group decisions.
Read about the effects of plastic on sea-birds, how Trump's election may deteriorate climate change, the pollution in New Delhi, the use of echo-location by narwhals, and a tsunami in Santorini.
Markus Deserno from Carnegie Mellon University and Christine Peter from the University of Konstanz, Germany led a project that used computer simulation to study the effects of force on viral capsids.
Law firm K&L Gates donated $10 million to Carnegie Mellon to study the ethics of artificial intelligence. Read this story to understand how the safe and moral use of AI is crucial to its development.