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The OceanOneK robot built by Stanford University researchers is exploring shipwrecks and sunken planes on the ocean floor.
Virtual reality (VR) technology was instrumental in the surgery that successfully separated Brazilian twins who were joined at the head.
Is America giving up on the free market?
It's not that they aren't interested; it's the culture of these fields and how they exclude women and girls.
Artificial intelligence taught to identify living and dead mosquitoes could help monitor the species most complicit in transmitting diseases.
The human-like iCub robot, programmed to interact with humans, deceived people into believing it was self-aware.
Researchers have identified information-sharing initiatives worldwide that aim to better detect fraud and money laundering.
DeepMind has expanded its database of microscopic biological mechanisms, hoping to accelerate research into all living things.
Preparing for the end of life should include consideration of online accounts that will continue when you're gone.
Juris Hartmanis, co-recipient of the 1993 ACM A. M. Turing Award, passed away on Friday at the age of 94.
University of Virginia researchers are experimenting with methods to incorporate plants into buildings to advance sustainability.
Some experts see agricultural robots as necessary for keeping California's strawberry industry afloat.
The "uncanny valley effect" may be holding back the field of robotics.
Algorithmic fairness aims to remedy issues stemming from algorithmic bias.
How closely should implants be regulated?