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A congressional staffer provided the redacted documents to news outlets.
The Indy Autonomous Challenge in Indianapolis made history as the first racing competition between driverless vehicles.
Egyptian border agents have released a British-built robot after detaining it at customs for 10 days.
Researchers at Twitter found that the social media platform amplifies more tweets from rightwing politicians and news outlets than content from leftwing sources.
Researchers established secure quantum communication over 605 kilometers (375 miles) of fiber through a new signal stabilization method.
Tests uggest the new RISC-V-based Snitch processor used in parallel can be 3.5 times more energy efficient than other benchmark designs, and six times faster.
A machine learning model can train itself to smell by building an artificial neural network that mimics the brain's odor-processing olfactory circuits.
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A former head of State Department programs on Internet freedom said, "Russia's censorship model can quickly and easily be replicated by other authoritarian governments."
A team of private security sleuths, in their first public detailing of their efforts, discuss how they used cybercriminals' mistakes to quietly help victims recover their data.
The new campaign came only months after President Biden imposed sanctions on Moscow in response to a series of spy operations it had conducted around the world.
ControlFlag can automatically detect anomalies in software code - and it could spare developers hours of tedious work.
REvil was hacked and forced offline this week in a multiple-country effort, according to Reuters.
Six major ISPs collect far more user data than consumers realize, the FTC warns, including data grouping those consumers by race and sexual orientation.
Scientists at the University of Utah and Spain's Miguel Hernandez University have given artificial vision to a blind woman through a brain implant.
Retail pharmacy chain Walgreens and Google affiliate Wing will test drone deliveries in Texas next week in the city of Frisco and the town of Little Elm.
A new control system enhances the speed and agility of legged robots as they leap across gaps.
Scientists tracked media mentions of people who died between 2009 and 2014 to gauge how long recently deceased public figures remain in collective memory.
Analysts warn that popular online games are helping to spread malware on PCs and mobile devices.
Three key ways artificial intelligence is changing what it means to compute.
The rule is not intended to keep American researchers from working with colleagues overseas to find software flaws.
Intel slipped—and its future now depends on making everyone else's chips.
Researchers have developed a less costly, less wasteful machine learning system for identifying three-dimensionally-printable materials.
Brief exposure to an infographic about the scientific process could strengthen people's trust in science and mitigate COVID-19 misinformation.
The McAfee Enterprise Advanced Threat Research team found a bug in the Netop Vision Pro Education software used by about 3 million teachers and students worldwide.
The Fabric GEM algorithm was able to detect disease-causing variants in infants with rare diseases at six leading genomic centers and hospitals with high accuracy.
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Board set up by Facebook rebukes company after Wall Street Journal investigation into treatment of high-profile users.
Facebook also owns Instagram and WhatsApp, signaling that a name change could put these brands and more all under the same umbrella.