Chatbots are treated like the simpletons of the artificial intelligence world, overshadowed by movie-trailer-creating Watson and its ilk, or the suggestion engines of huge etailers.
For the past couple months, Adweek has worked with Facebook to look at chatter about topics that are on the cusp of blowing up on the social network, giving marketers an idea of what the next big consumer trends will be.
Some of us old enough to remember the 1980s know that Tesla used to be a hair-metal band. Others who paid attention in history class know that Telsa was, in the 1880s, the Serbian-American engineer who invented the polyphase AC generator—the mot
If it looks like a burger, tastes like a burger and bleeds like a burger, it has to be a burger, right? Not really. Enter the Impossible Burger, a veggie substitute for the real thing invented by Patrick Brown, a biochemistry professor at Stanford.
From Star Trek bathrobes to home planetarium gear, online publisher Purch has expanded the e-commerce offerings on two of its most popular websites—Space.com and Live Science—with more stores in the works for most of its sites.
Female scientists will be the focus of a new Legos set this winter, the product of a contest in which six potential new Lego sets were put to a vote via social media.
CANNES, France—He is one of the world's only household names in the field of science, but Neil deGrasse Tyson definitely wishes that weren't the case.
Does talking to plants really help them grow? It's a question that, I'm sure, keeps us all awake at night. Luckily, Carmichael Lynch and the Denver Museum of Nature & Science have launched a social experiment (and marketing effort) called "Talk to a Plant," to probe this very issue.
Six weeks after securing its first commitments from advertisers for the coming TV season, Discovery Communications has put a bow on the 2013-14 upfront bazaar.