• <strong>A drug for many cancers</strong> | The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved a drug to treat advanced solid tumors with a specific genetic defect, no matter where in the body the cancer arose. The drug reflects a long-awaited shift from treating cancers based on their origins to one grounded in tumor biology.
  • <strong>Artificial intelligence masters poker</strong> | Two artificial intelligence (AI) programs beat professional poker players for the first time at Texas Hold ’em, a game in which each player is dealt two cards face down and strategies depend in part on intuition. The successful AI programs could lead to applications in areas such as security and negotiations.
  • <strong>A drug for many cancers</strong> | The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved a drug to treat advanced solid tumors with a specific genetic defect, no matter where in the body the cancer arose. The drug reflects a long-awaited shift from treating cancers based on their origins to one grounded in tumor biology.
  • <strong>Artificial intelligence masters poker</strong> | Two artificial intelligence (AI) programs beat professional poker players for the first time at Texas Hold ’em, a game in which each player is dealt two cards face down and strategies depend in part on intuition. The successful AI programs could lead to applications in areas such as security and negotiations.