Brain scans by scientists at Cambridge University have highlighted “striking” structural differences between the brains of young men diagnosed with anti-social behavioral problems and those of their better-behaved peers.
“Apocalyptic pronouncements from scientists and entrepreneurs have driven [a] surge in interest” in artificial intelligence, writes The Guardian's science editor Ian Sample. But is it reasonable to expect that machines will one day willfully turn on their human creators?
A study of gay men found evidence that male sexual orientation is influenced by genes, but not entirely, U.S. researchers say.
Researchers in California moved civilization a step closer to near unlimited clean energy.
American scientists think they've discovered the function of sleep: to clear molecular buildup in the brain in what Guardian science reporter Ian Sample calls a "rubbish disposal service."