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Like few other sectors, construction is being inundated with robots and technology.
Researchers from multiple institutions collaborated on the development of an algorithm that can identify asymptomatic COVID-19 infections in travelers.
Flying microchips developed by engineers at Northwestern University could be used to monitor air pollution and airborne disease.
Researchers have developed a method for locating a position on Earth using signals broadcast by SpaceX's Starlink Internet service satellites.
U.S. federal agencies issued a joint alert warning companies to be on guard against the Conti ransomware variant.
A research team has developed new techniques for controlling qubits, which could help improve the accuracy of quantum computers.
Regulator says history of 'wildcat banking' in U.S. shows limited viability for private forms of money.
The National AI Strategy includes a number of programs, reports and initiatives.
Neural networks can be disastrously brittle, forgetful, and surprisingly bad at math.
Devices using only wireless charging would be exempt from the mandate.
The tweak, which targets the code in accessibility features for visually impaired users, drew ire from researchers and those who monitor the platform
A quantum computer completed a calculation in 4.2 hours that would have taken a classical system thousands of years.
A new machine learning process enables faster analysis of nuclear magnetic resonance data than conventional methods, with comparable accuracy.
Autonomous pizza machine developer 800 Degrees Pizza has partnered with an international pizza brand to offer a fully automated pizza-making experience.
A new amplifier promises to revolutionize space and fiber communications.
The reasons why are complicated—and not all bad news.
With cybersecurity under increasing attacks, experts say we should move to the Zero Trust Architecture.
The research is significant because of the vast array of problems that can be addressed using Monte Carlo simulations.
Real estate companies are increasingly using artificial intelligence in every aspect of buying, selling and home financing.
Artificial intelligence-driven investigations into COVID treatments are yielding insights for application to future pandemic responses.
Scientists have vastly accelerated the speed and efficiency of reservoir computing to tackle some of the most difficult information processing challenges.
Researchers at the University of Science and Technology of China in Shanghai used a quantum computer to design a quantum bit that could power better quantum systems.
Experiments by Columbia University researchers have considered different cooking modalities by exposing chicken to blue and infrared light, then 3D-printing a sample f0r evaluation.
A research team at Cornell University has developed a recommendation algorithm that could improve Spotify by incorporating both likes and dislikes.
Cybersecurity experts see exchanges as a weak point for ransomware gangs that otherwise operate wholly in on the Internet, all but untouchable by law enforcement.
Drivers glanced less at the road and more on "non-driving related areas."
A deep learning artificial intelligence model has decoded ancient Mesopotamian cuneiform tablets.
Technology training company O'Reilly surveyed U.K. and U.S. software developers to assess trends in the data and artificial intelligence sectors.
University of Strathclyde in Scotland's Karen Renaud said requiring complex passwords to deter hackers has the unintended effect of making the process too difficult for consumers.