Mark Zuckerberg wall makes some of Facebook CEO's Hawaii neighbors grumble
Sixty years after the term "artificial intelligence" was coined, AI is starting to take its place alongside people
Why would Apple ever want to stop its customers from using their own phones?
AI gets very technical, very quickly, but you don't have to be an expert to understand the basic ideas
A new study published in Science magazine asks how self-driving cars should act. More than 75 percent of participants in one survey favor cars that would sacrifice one passenger rather than kill 10 pedestrians. But overall, the study found people prefer to ride in a driverless car that protects passengers at all costs. CBS News contributor Nicholas Thompson, editor of NewYorker.com, joins "CBS This Morning" to explain the study's findings and why it is challenging to program ethics into machines.
Archaeologists made a surprising discovery on the outskirts of city buried by volcanic eruption
Officials say the world-famous bike race will use a high-tech solution to root out so-called "mechanical doping"
As harbor seals are being born in the Pacific Northwest, marine mammal advocates are urging people to stay away from the newborn pups
A new report says Google is set on making an iPhone competitor, but it would be complicated
A powerful solid-fuel booster needed by NASA's Space Launch System super rocket was successfully test fired Tuesday
In his new book, Antonio Garcia Martinez explains why he compares Silicon Valley to the "chaos monkeys" of society
High-tech detective work helps experts piece together how a mysterious device was used 2,000 years ago
Facebook is using your geolocation phone data in a way some might find a little unsettling
Ocearch founder breaks down what's behind last year's all-time record of shark attacks and latest developments on his tagging expeditions
The impact of Britain leaving the EU could cross the Atlantic and reach all the way to the West Coast
We are in the middle of the cultural phenomenon known as "Shark Week." But for some parts of America, this may seem like every week. Attacks on both coasts raise new concerns this summer about beach safety, but Ocearch founder and expedition leader Chris Fischer believes people have a "statistically irrational" fear of sharks. Fischer joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss what's behind the worldwide all-time record for attacks, how to keep safe and his latest shark tracking and tagging expeditions.
Antonio Garcia Martinez knows the culture of Silicon Valley well. He left Wall Street and sold his own startup to Twitter before joining Facebook's advertising team. He later got fired. In his new book, "Chaotic Monkeys," he provides an unvarnished account of his time in Silicon Valley, including the stop-at-nothing lifestyle at Facebook. He joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss his book and explain why he compares Silicon Valley to the "chaos monkeys" of society.
A new report looks at what happens when boys and girls grow up in the sparkly aura of Disney princesses
After generations of making a living from the cold Atlantic waters, lobster and cod fishermen cope with big changes to their way of life
What would happen if space aliens visited Earth? Experts weigh in on the risks