Alternative power, from sunlight to human muscle tops out this week's gallery.
When Charles Matz and Jonathan Michael Dillon went to Ethiopia to take 3-D scans of the city, they also scanned images of the people.
These plant machines regulate their growth without human intervention.
What could better than the marriage of love and music?
Using facial-recognition technology, this book opens only for non-judgmental users.
Seventy-two artificial leaves work as micro-turbines to generate 3.1 kWh.
A new artificial intelligence benchmark could require artistic creativity.
Impressively detailed sculptures of the human form can only be viewed by electron microscope.
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