Android Headlines — Google's administration is working on policy to prevent it's artificial intelligence technology from being used for military technology.

Bloomberg — Power companies are shutting so many generating plants in Texas and California that the two most populous states may struggle to keep the lights on this summer.

IEEE Spectrum — Researchers have come up with all sorts of ways to propel tiny robots deep into the human body to perform tasks, such as delivering drugs and taking biopsies. Now, there’s a nanorobot that can clean up infections in blood.

New Hampshire Watchdog — New Hampshire is lauded as one of the best states for innovation, however recent legislation will make in more difficult for testing on self-driving vehicles.

Reuters — By 2020 Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway, Inc. will run entirely on renewable energy.

Towards Data Science — Billions of dollars from companies around the world are being invested in Artificial Intelligence(AI) in the hopes of benefiting from AI.

NPR — Neurologist Glynnis Zieman has recently opened a clinic in Phoenix that treats brain injury in victims of domestic violence. 

NPR — Artificial intelligence technology is assisting doctors in diagnosing strokes and other  diagnoses. 

Richmond Times-Dispatch — On May 31, 2018 the United States is on the verge of the most significant new development in aviation since the jet age: the introduction of unmanned aircraft systems, or drones, into its national airspace.

MIT Technology Review — Fifteen children born with a rare muscle-wasting disease would probably not be alive today if not for an experimental treatment that tweaked their genes shortly after they were born, however, not all parents want to know if their child will have disease later in life.

The Blade — Toledo Area Regional Transit Authority has received a federal grant to develop an automated public transit route.

STAT — The most detailed molecular analysis of hundreds of brains from people who died with Alzheimer’s disease lends support to an idea that viruses, bacteria, or fungi in the brain play a role in the devastating neurodegenerative disease.