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A security researcher found 12 fragmentation vulnerabilities and aggregation attack exploits in Wi-Fi systems.
A new Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR) system can enhance weak signals reflected off faraway objects.
A Twitter field experiment found that after corrections to tweeted misinformation, there was an increase in retweeting lower-quality and more partisan news.
University of Michigan researchers have developed a method of helping robots to predict when the model on which they were trained is unreliable.
The U.S. Commerce Department's Cyber Seek technology job-tracking database and the trade group CompTIA count about 465,000 current U.S. cybersecurity job openings.
Researchers have identified a novel computational approach for identifying genes most likely associated with autism spectrum disorders.
Researchers at the University of Chicago (UChicago) have developed a wireless, nose-worn device that can enable directional smell using tiny electrical impulses.
A "blind" bipedal robot trained in a simulator by Oregon State University (OSU) researchers can negotiate varying terrain, including the climbing of stairs.
Scientists conferred a sense of touch to a robotic arm that provides tactile feedback directly to a paralyzed man's brain.
A deep learning artificial intelligence algorithm can accurately predict the risk of lung nodules detected on computed tomography images turning cancerous.
Google intends to invest billions of dollars to build a commercial-grade quantum computer that can perform large-scale, error-free calculations by 2029.
Brown University researchers have demonstrated a machine learning method that measures the topological properties of cell clusters.
STARFORGE is the first computational framework to simulate an entire gas cloud in which stars are born.
A secure new computer processor thwarts hackers by randomly changing its underlying structure, making it virtually impossible to hack.
Some versions of the Windows operating system will continue to receive support for Internet Explorer.
Vision AI provides a deeper view.
The decline in the stock markets was a faint echo of the crash in the market for cryptocurrencies in recent days.
In his first interview since taking a top job, Raghavan gets into the future of search, misinformation, employee ferment, and robots making phone calls.
New financial trading algorithms promise quantum- computer performance improvements over classical computers within 5-10 years, rather than 10-20.
Once mainly a scourge of VR headsets, cybersickness seems to be on the rise as the pandemic pushes our bodies to their digital limits.
Researchers have transformed the Colorado Mesa University campus into an epidemiological laboratory researching new avenues of pandemic management.
Amazon has indefinitely extended its ban on police use of its facial recognition software, which lawmakers and company employees have said discriminates against African-Americans.
A predictive control model allows individual drones to predict their own behavior and that of neighboring drones in a swarm, to keep them from bumping into each other.
The French government says Google and Microsoft cloud computing technology could be used to store sensitive state and corporate data, providing it is licensed to French companies.
An analysis of the most frequently downloaded educational apps for children found such apps may not provide high-quality educational experiences.
The constant monitoring of people incarcerated in the U.S. extends to communications between inmates and their relatives.
The experts have weighed in: Non-fungible tokens are dumb as hell.
Healthcare provider is among organizations taking an assembly-line approach to quickly create targeted AI applications.
A process developed at the Argonne National Laboratory can predict how refractory oxides are impacted by high temperatures.
Researchers had five neural language models compete in lexical substitution tasks, including plain substitution and word sense induction .