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Researchers have demonstrated the potential of digital contact tracing technology in mitigating the COVID-19 pandemic by modeling wearable sensor deployments.
Physicists have demonstrated the ability to extend the longevity of quantum states and expand tolerance of quantum errors, both crucial to quantum computing.
Researchers say their GT Sophy is the first artificial intelligence able to beat professional esports players in the motorsport game Gran Turismo.
With a tensor language prototype, "speed and correctness do not have to compete … they can go together, hand-in-hand."
Researchers used a collaborative mathematical game to determine whether different systems demonstrated quantum mechanical properties.
Some Seattle-area drivers in Mazdas are finding that the HD Radios in their vehicles will only play KUOW 94.9 FM, the National Public Radio station.
A new technique allows the use of federated learning to train artificial intelligence systems on wireless devices.
Google routinely restricts in-depth information until a majority of users have had the chance to apply the update, which will be rolled out in the near future.
To achieve what metaverse boosters promise, experts believe nearly every kind of chip will have to be an order of magnitude more powerful than it is today.
Smart clothing is coming into fashion.
The fish's design features a flexible tail that's covered in a layer of heart muscle cells (cardiomyocytes derived from stem cells) on each side.
The attackers exploited a known vulnerability and installed credit card skimmers on more than 500 websites.
UCLA Samueli School of Engineering
Judea Pearl at the University of California, Los Angeles has received Spain's 2021 Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria (BBVA) Foundation Frontiers of Knowledge Award in the information and communication…
Carnegie Mellon University researchers strengthened the security of Internet of Things devices by making them more resilient against exploitation.
An international team of researchers led by the U.K.'s University of Cambridge has fabricated a fully woven prototype smart textile display.
Researchers found that a city’s use of a remote emissions sensing system could significantly improve that city’s air quality.
A new computational model is the first to simulate numerous variables impacting COVID-19 transmission, in an effort to slow the spread of variants.
Artificial intelligence can eliminate errors from a group of quantum bits, thanks to researchers at Germany's RWTH Aachen University.
A Black Hawk helicopter recently performed its first autonomous flight at Fort Campbell in Kentucky.
The invention of a reprogrammable-on-demand electronic chip could eventually lead to the creation a computer that learns continuously, like the human brain.
The lawmakers called for the immediate declassification of details about the surveillance program and what data was collected.
The $29 devices have become a headache for the company.
Facebook's owner is hit hard by the new rules, while Google is largely spared.
The Washington Post verified Full Self-Driving footage posted by beta testers and had it reviewed by a panel of experts.
About 6,700 Da Vinci robots in place at hospitals across the globe have performed more than 10 million surgical procedures.
An artificial intelligence model can forecast the binding configuration of two proteins.
Tufts University researchers have proposed two methods for boosting the efficiency of brain and computational performance.
A novel methodology using pigeons has uncovered universal principles in categorization learning.
Cheap, flexible processors could be a step on the road to the Internet of Everything.
Over 1,000 sensors line the streets of the Itami suburb of Osaka, Japan, as part of an effort to track elderly people with dementia.