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Satellites like those made by Colorado startup Albedo Space are heightening privacy concerns.
Brain-computer interfaces are helping researchers learn more about brain anatomy.
iOS users are being targeted with malware that steals face scans from Apple devices to break into and steal money from bank accounts.
The potential for a cyber incident is a top risk to business globally.
A study of virtual reality involving 245 participants aged between 65 and 103 found generally positive effects.
Researchers at the University of Glasgow in Scotland showed off the latest iteration of their RoboGuide, an AI-powered quadruped robot designed to assist visually impaired people.
The Brain Computer Interface program at Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital develops technology to allow disabled children to use their minds to move and play.
The Association for Advancing Automation reported a 30% decline in robot orders by companies in North America last year.
Researchers found that emojis mean different things to different people, depending on the viewer's age, gender, and nationality.
The NASA-funded Eclipse Soundscapes Project is calling on citizen scientists to "listen" to the sounds of animals, birds, and insects during the April 8 total solar eclipse.
For decades, robots.txt governed the behavior of Web crawlers. But as unscrupulous AI companies seek out more and more data, the basic social contract of the Web is falling apart.
A commercial silicon chip that includes open source, built-in hardware security has been announced by the OpenTitan coalition.
Waymo, the self-driving car division of Alphabet, issued a recall for its software after two of its vehicles hit the same pickup truck minutes apart in Phoenix.
Biometric scanning and AI advances could replace the need for badges to enter buildings and regular password resets to access websites.
The Biden administration announced that it would invest $5 billion in the National Semiconductor Technology Center.
University of Chicago researchers created a quantum communication testbed with remote superconducting nodes, laying the foundation for more secure communication networks.
Researchers adapted GPT-3, the large language model behind ChatGPT, to answer questions about chemical compounds or materials.
Digital deceit is on the rise and needs to be addressed.
The A.I. start-up is releasing a new version of ChatGPT that stores what users say and applies it to future chats.
OpenAI plans to defeat authors' remaining claim at a "later stage" of the case.
Despite being imprisoned, former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has garnered support for his political party using AI.
Across the globe, concerns about the substantial amount of energy used by datacenters have led to restrictions on their construction.
Northeastern University researchers have developed a way to access video feeds from home security, dashboard, and smartphone cameras through walls.
Using AI algorithms, researchers developed a 3D-printable foam that eventually could be used in bike helmets, shipping crates, and football pads.
A new algorithm can be used to design synthetic DNA segments that provide real-time information about the identity and state of cells.
Hewlett Packard's HPE Edgeline EL4000 and the HPE DL360 Gen10 server on the International Space Station have been upgraded with Kioxia's M.2 and SAS SSDs.
AI pattern recognition algorithms speed up the search.
Seventy years after the invention of a data structure called a hash table, theoreticians have found the most efficient possible configuration for it.
Law enforcement is paying closer attention to reports of attacks, harassment, and sexual assault in virtual environments.
The future of warfare is being piloted in Ukraine, which has been turned into a sort of lab by technology companies.