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ORNL Researchers Break Data Transfer Efficiency Record
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ORNL Researchers Break Data Transfer Efficiency Record

Researchers at Oak Ridge National Laboratory have set a new record in the transfer of information via superdense coding, a process by which the properties of particles...

Wearable AI System Can Detect a Conversation's Tone
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Wearable AI System Can Detect a Conversation's Tone

Researhcers are using a deep-learning system, coupled with audio and vital-sign data, to objectively measure the emotional content of personal interactions. The...

Botnets Could Meet Their Match in Robot Hackers
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Botnets Could Meet Their Match in Robot Hackers

Last summer the Pentagon staged a contest in Las Vegas in which high-powered computers spent 12 hours trying to hack one another in pursuit of a $2 million purse...

The Internet of Things Comes to the Lab
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The Internet of Things Comes to the Lab

Out of town for the US 4 July holiday, Kyle Turner got news that no lab manager wants to hear: his freezer was dying.

U.S. Reports on Women, Minorities, and Persons with Disabilities in Science and Engineering
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U.S. Reports on Women, Minorities, and Persons with Disabilities in Science and Engineering

The National Center for Science and Engineering Statistics has released the 2017 Women, Minorities, and Persons with Disabilities in Science and Engineering report...

Brain-Computer Interface Allows Completely Locked-in People to Communicate
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Brain-Computer Interface Allows Completely Locked-in People to Communicate

A computer interface that can decipher the thoughts of people who are unable to communicate could revolutionize the lives of those living with completely locked...

Tech Companies Fight Trump Immigration Order in Court
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Tech Companies Fight Trump Immigration Order in Court

Technology executives have for days assailed President Trump's executive order suspending immigration from seven mostly Muslim countries, framing their arguments...

GPS Data Release to Boost Space-Weather Science
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GPS Data Release to Boost Space-Weather Science

More than 16 years of space-weather data from U.S. GSP satellites has been made publicly available, giving researchers a trove of measurements to better understand...

Quantum Computing Paranoia Creates a New Industry
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Quantum Computing Paranoia Creates a New Industry

Fear sells in the computer security business.

Spectrum Collaboration Challenge: Let the Games Begin!
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Spectrum Collaboration Challenge: Let the Games Begin!

DARPA has selected 30 teams for Phase 1 of a $3.75 million competition designed to greatly expand the amount of radio traffic that the electromagnetic spectrum...

The Human Toll of Protecting the Internet from the Worst of Humanity
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The Human Toll of Protecting the Internet from the Worst of Humanity

Henry Soto worked for Microsoft’s online-safety team, in Seattle, for eight years.

Co-design Centers to Help Make Next-Generation Cxascale Computing a Reality
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Co-design Centers to Help Make Next-Generation Cxascale Computing a Reality

Computer designers are looking to overcome limitations in existing high-performance computing systems and develop, design, and optimize new software and hardware...

Tech Scrambles After Trump Issues Immigration Order
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Tech Scrambles After Trump Issues Immigration Order

President Donald Trump's broad executive order to restrict visas and refugees particularly from Muslim countries left tech giants like Apple, Facebook, Google and...

Optimizing Code
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Optimizing Code

A new variation on a popular open-source compiler optimizes parallel code better than any commercial or open-source compiler, its developers say.

For This Metal, Electricity Flows, But Not the Heat
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For This Metal, Electricity Flows, But Not the Heat

A Berkeley-led study finds law-breaking property in vanadium dioxide that could lead to applications such as thermoelectric systems that convert waste heat from...

Google's Harder Look at Moon Shots Seems to Be Paying Off
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Google's Harder Look at Moon Shots Seems to Be Paying Off

In the past few years, Google has become known for more than just its iconic search engine.

Artificial Intelligence Uncovers New Insight Into Biophysics of Cancer
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Artificial Intelligence Uncovers New Insight Into Biophysics of Cancer

Researchers using a machine-learning platform predicted a trio of reagents that was able to generate a never-before-seen cancer-like phenotype in tadpoles.

Jet Lag Hits for Power Against Major League Ballplayers
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Jet Lag Hits for Power Against Major League Ballplayers

Baseball, America's pastime, has been part of the nation’s culture for more than 140 years—we go to games, watch games on TV, and teach our kids to play.

Israeli Cybersecurity Industry Grows as Global Threats Multiply
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Israeli Cybersecurity Industry Grows as Global Threats Multiply

Investments in Israe's cybersecurity industry jumped 9 percent in 2016, a year when the world suffered a successful cyberattack on a national power grid, a massive...

Over to You, Automation
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Over to You, Automation

Alexander Eriksson and Neville Stanton at the University of Southampton have taken an in-depth look at how long it takes drivers to transition from manual to automated...
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