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The Eyes Have It
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The Eyes Have It

Expanding the use of biometrics in device interfaces.

New Approach for Faster Ransomware Detection
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New Approach for Faster Ransomware Detection

Engineering researchers have come up with a new technique that can detect ransomware faster than previous systems.

Widely Available AI Could Have Deadly Consequences
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Widely Available AI Could Have Deadly Consequences

U.S. researchers' "Dr. Evil project" proves drug discovery AI could be used to create biochemical weapons.

Cyber Insurers Raise Rates Amid a Surge in Costly Hacks
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Cyber Insurers Raise Rates Amid a Surge in Costly Hacks

Insurance market resets after a ransomware boom and the threat of spillover from Ukraine.

Russian Hacking Cartel Attacks Costa Rican Government Agencies
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Russian Hacking Cartel Attacks Costa Rican Government Agencies

Two former officials said the hackers were able to gain access to taxpayers' information and interrupt Costa Rica's tax collection process.

Algorithm Trained to Detect Unhappiness on Social Networks
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Algorithm Trained to Detect Unhappiness on Social Networks

Scientists have created a deep learning algorithm that analyzes social network content to help diagnose users' potential for mental health problems.

Smart Contact Lens for Glaucoma Could Release Drugs When Needed
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Smart Contact Lens for Glaucoma Could Release Drugs When Needed

A prototype wireless contact lens could help treat glaucoma by automatically dispensing drugs when pressure inside the eye becomes excessive.

Robot Hives in Israel Kibbutz Hope to Keep Bees Buzzing
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Robot Hives in Israel Kibbutz Hope to Keep Bees Buzzing

Artificial intelligence-equipped apiaries at Kibbutz Beit Haemek in Israel's Galilee region are designed to maintain bee health.

3D-Printed Acoustic Holograms Against Alzheimer's or Parkinson's
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3D-Printed Acoustic Holograms Against Alzheimer's or Parkinson's

A team of researchers has created customizable, three-dimensionally-printed acoustic holograms that could be used to treat diseases like Alzheimer's and Parkinson's...

Is This Another Tech Bubble Bursting?
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Is This Another Tech Bubble Bursting?

And should you, a normal person, care?

Scientists Create Algae Computer Powered by Photosynthesis
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Scientists Create Algae Computer Powered by Photosynthesis

Forget your water-cooled PC — this one runs on pond scum.

A Quick Guide to the Most Important AI Law You've Never Heard Of
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A Quick Guide to the Most Important AI Law You've Never Heard Of

The European Union is planning new legislation aimed at curbing the worst harms associated with artificial intelligence.

A Year Later, Biden's Cybersecurity Executive Order Driving Positive Change
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A Year Later, Biden's Cybersecurity Executive Order Driving Positive Change

Experts say the cybersecurity executive order has improved the nation's security posture, but more work is to be done.

Using AI to Analyze Large Amounts of Biological Data
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Using AI to Analyze Large Amounts of Biological Data

A graph neural network could speed the development of drugs to treat cancer and other diseases.

Intel Says UCIe to Outpace PCIe in Speed Race
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Intel Says UCIe to Outpace PCIe in Speed Race

Intel has disclosed more information about the Universal Chiplet Interconnect Express (UCIe) standard.

Computational Sleuthing Confirms First 3D Quantum Spin Liquid
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Computational Sleuthing Confirms First 3D Quantum Spin Liquid

U.S. and German physicists have validated single crystals of cerium zirconium pyrochlore as a three-dimensional quantum spin liquid.

Finding the Fairness in AI
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Finding the Fairness in AI

Algorithmic fairness is more or less obtainable, depending on how you measure it.

What's Down the Road for Silicon?
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What's Down the Road for Silicon?

Meet the new materials overpowering the electric economy.  

Robot Bartender Won't Flirt with Your Date, but You Still Have to Tip
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Robot Bartender Won't Flirt with Your Date, but You Still Have to Tip

Italian robotic bartending systems developer Makr Shakr said its Bionic Bar system has been installed aboard Royal Caribbean's Wonder of the Seas cruise ship.

Some Top 100,000 Websites Collect Everything You Type--Before You Hit Submit
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Some Top 100,000 Websites Collect Everything You Type--Before You Hit Submit

Researchers analyzed the top 100,000 websites and found a significant number record some or all of visitors' typewritten data.
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