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Spoofing the Spoofers
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Spoofing the Spoofers

Security deception software gets an upgrade.

Here Come the Swarmbots
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Here Come the Swarmbots

Switzerland's EFPL has developed inexpensive prototype bots that can be used to form, and act as, swarms.

Anticipating the Feeling Economy
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Anticipating the Feeling Economy

As artificial intelligence proliferates, human emotional intelligence increasingly will be prized in workers.

Apparently, Size Does Matter
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Apparently, Size Does Matter

Consumers make better Internet buying decisions when using full-sized PCs.

Instant Videos: Just Add Text
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Instant Videos: Just Add Text

Artificial intelligence software can create a video montage from a few typed words.

What's That Smell?
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What's That Smell?

A new system can mimic the brain's olfactory senses.

A Life-Saving Jog to the Memory
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A Life-Saving Jog to the Memory

An artificial intelligence-based sensor system can prevent children from being forgotten in locked cars.

 AI Xenobots
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AI Xenobots

Robots wrought from living cells.

You Can't Hide Your Smiling Eyes
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You Can't Hide Your Smiling Eyes

New software can determine whether your smile is real or faked.

Power to the People
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Power to the People

Artificial Intelligence software helps citizens end-run censors.

 If It Quacks Like a Duck...
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If It Quacks Like a Duck...

The looming threat of artificial intelligence-based deepfake voice conversion.

Spy in Your Pocket
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Spy in Your Pocket

Smartphones can analyze virtually every aspect of your personality, beliefs, and behaviors.

Finding a Face in the Crowd
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Finding a Face in the Crowd

Prototype software will make it easier to track people, individually or in groups.  

Chatbot Pushback
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Chatbot Pushback

Consumers are underwhelmed by e-commerce chatbots.

Can You Hear Me Now?
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Can You Hear Me Now?

Columbia University researchers achieve a meeting of minds on Artificial Intelligence-assisted hearing technology.
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