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CISA: Chinese State Hackers Are Exploiting F5, Citrix, Pulse Secure, Exchange Bugs
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CISA: Chinese State Hackers Are Exploiting F5, Citrix, Pulse Secure, Exchange Bugs

An advisory from the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) warns of attacks against U.S. federal networks by hacker groups associated with China's...

Computational Modeling Explains Why Blues, Greens Are Brightest Colors in Nature
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Computational Modeling Explains Why Blues, Greens Are Brightest Colors in Nature

Researchers at the U.K.'s University of Cambridge have demonstrated via computational modeling why blue and green are the most vivid natural hues.

Tesco to Trial Drone Delivery Service
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Tesco to Trial Drone Delivery Service

U.K. grocery chain Tesco next month will start trialing a drone delivery service in Ireland's County Galway, using unmanned aerial vehicles from Manna to deliver...

European Commission Invests €8 Billion  in Supercomputing
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European Commission Invests €8 Billion in Supercomputing

The European Commission is boosting its commitment under the EuroHPC Joint Undertaking with a planned €8-billion ($9.4-billion) infusion into developing European...

Accident Prevention Software for Autonomous Vehicles
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Accident Prevention Software for Autonomous Vehicles

Researchers at Germany's Technical University of Munich say they have created accident-preventing software for autonomous vehicles that anticipates variations of...

Majority of Europeans Would Consider Human Augmentation, Study Finds
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Majority of Europeans Would Consider Human Augmentation, Study Finds

A survey of more than 14,000 people in 16 countries found most Europeans would consider technological augmentation to their bodies.

Singapore to Pay Citizens for Keeping Healthy with Apple Watch
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Singapore to Pay Citizens for Keeping Healthy with Apple Watch

Apple and Singapore's government have partnered on the two-year LumiHealth initiative, which will monitor and reward user behavior via the Apple Watch and an iPhone...

Glove-Like Device Mimics Sense of Touch
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Glove-Like Device Mimics Sense of Touch

A soft wearable device developed by engineers at the University of New South Wales Sydney in Australia recreates the sense of touch using haptic technology.

Woman Becomes First Healthcare Cyberattack Death
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Woman Becomes First Healthcare Cyberattack Death

A woman in Germany suffering a life-threatening illness was the first person to die from a cyberattack on a healthcare system.

Huang’s Law Is the New Moore’s Law, and Explains Why Nvidia Wants Arm
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Huang’s Law Is the New Moore’s Law, and Explains Why Nvidia Wants Arm

The rule that the same dollar buys twice the computing power every 18 months is no longer true, but a new law—which we named for the CEO of Nvidia, the company...

IBM Establishes First Quantum Education, Research Initiative for Historically Black Colleges, Universities
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IBM Establishes First Quantum Education, Research Initiative for Historically Black Colleges, Universities

IBM announced its first IBM Quantum education and research initiative for Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU), led by Howard University and 12 other...

Data Processing Module Makes Deep Neural Networks Smarter
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Data Processing Module Makes Deep Neural Networks Smarter

Researchers have enhanced deep neural network performance by integrating feature normalization and feature attention modules into a hybrid attentive normalization...

Automated Mobility District 'Digital Twin' Provides Insights for Urban Transportation Systems
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Automated Mobility District 'Digital Twin' Provides Insights for Urban Transportation Systems

Researchers have developed a modeling and simulation toolkit to help researchers and city planners determine the specific advantages and disadvantages of urban...

Smart Transportation Systems Need to Reckon with Rogues
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Smart Transportation Systems Need to Reckon with Rogues

Arizona State University engineers have come up with an algorithm that manages autonomous vehicle traffic through intersections safely, under real-life conditions...

Police Drones Take to U.K. Skies
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Police Drones Take to U.K. Skies

U.K. police agencies are trying out the use of aerial drones to support ground-based forces in scenarios where helicopter or aircraft deployments may be less practical...

The Phish Scale: NIST-Developed Method Helps IT Staff See Why Users Click on Fraudulent Emails
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The Phish Scale: NIST-Developed Method Helps IT Staff See Why Users Click on Fraudulent Emails

The Phish Scale could help organizations better train their employees to avoid being deceived by seemingly trustworthy emails.

This Unheard Steve Jobs Tape is Part of an Amazing Trove of Tech History
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This Unheard Steve Jobs Tape is Part of an Amazing Trove of Tech History

When Steve Jobs demoed his NeXT computer at a 1988 user meeting, Charles Mann was there to record it—along with dozens of other talks by computing pioneers.

Walmart Launches On-Demand Drone Delivery Pilot
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Walmart Launches On-Demand Drone Delivery Pilot

Walmart said it has partnered with end-to-end drone delivery company Flytrex to roll out an on-demand drone delivery pilot program in Fayetteville, NC.

Genetic Analysis Method Could Advance Personal Genomics
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Genetic Analysis Method Could Advance Personal Genomics

The laboratory ofJohns Hopkins University's Alexis Battle developed software that could help identify more causes of genetic disorders, especially when used with...
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