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Security researchers at crypto exchange Kraken warn that many bitcoin ATMs contain serious vulnerabilities that hackers could exploit.
Stanford University scientists found training is critical for reaping the benefits of exoskeleton use.
Combining quantum computing with artificial intelligence could lead to the rapid diagnosis and identification of remedies for electrical grid problems.
Technology has retrieved secret correspondence from French queen Marie-Antoinette to Swedish count Axel von Fersen, that a censor blotted out with dark ink.
Women who pioneered them weigh in.
A Gallup study found that at U.S. public and private schools that offer computer science classes, 68% of students are interested in them.
Artificial intelligence can forecast extremely short-term rainfall more accurately than current models.
Chile has become the first country to pass a "neuro rights" law that establishes the rights of individuals to personal identity, free will, and mental privacy.
Smartphone accelerometers could be used to eavesdrop on phone conversations, according to University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign researchers.
Algorithms can have a devastating impact on people's lives, especially if they already are struggling economically.
The introduction of the nanosheet transistor is just one step in the continuing attempt to stick to the spirit of Moore's Law.
Two-dimensional materials — graphene and its cousins — could enable better integrated circuits.