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Several U.S. banks are rolling out artificial intelligence systems to analyze customer preferences, monitor employees, and detect suspicious activity near ATMs.
Researchers used a spiking neural network on a microchip as a foundation for developing more efficient hardware-based artificial intelligence systems.
The U.K. Civil Aviation Authority authorized a trial in which drone company Sees.ai will operate drone flights beyond the pilot's line of sight at remote industrial sites.
Ohio State University scientists demonstrated a method of using physically unclonable functions to thwart hackers.
The European Commission has proposed new rules constraining the use of facial recognition and other artificial intelligence applications.
Two men died after a Tesla vehicle, which authorities said was operating without a driver, crashed into a tree in a Houston suburb on April 17.
An NPR investigation into the SolarWinds attack reveals a hack unlike any other,
Disney, Viacom, and 10 advertising technology firms will remove or disable tracking software from popular children's gaming apps.
Scientists are applying artificial intelligence to weather and climate forecasting to boost accuracy and efficiency.
New research involving has yielded a new method for testing the quality of quantum correlations.
Covid-19, which challenges how we interact with one another, is accelerating the development of touchless technologies.
The e-commerce giant's technology can carry out millions of assessments to grade the quality of fruits and vegetables at a cost far below any other method.
The Ingenuity helicopter has become the first aircraft to achieve powered flight on Mars.
Researchers used three-dimensional printing to create a robotic elephant trunk that uses artificial intelligence to emulate how sensory input triggers synaptic reactions in organic brains.
A study looked at whether three-dimensional city models and urban digital twins could help identify high-rise buildings suitable for urban farming based on sunlight availability.
A machine learning model can help identify flooded buildings within 24 hours of a disaster using news media photos.
University at Buffalo and University of Pittsburgh engineers three-dimensionally-printed graphene aerogels for water treatment, after addressing scalability and stability issues.
Amazon's cloud subsidiary has unveiled a new architecture for a fault-tolerant quantum computer.
Pizza chain Domino's has launched a robot car pizza delivery service to select customers in Houston's Woodland Heights neighborhood.
Researchers in the Netherlands have established an entanglement-based network between three quantum processors for the first time.
Programs to enhance diversity at major technology companies lacked an understanding of what comprehensive economic and social justice looked like.
ACM has named Scott Aaronson the recipient of the 2020 ACM Prize in Computing for his pioneering contributions to quantum computing.
Amazon is expanding its Amazon Technical Academy to train people outside the company for jobs in software engineering.
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University's Rolf Mueller and colleagues have developed a new technique for identifying the point of origin of a sound.
Researchers have engineered a substitute for ivory in three-dimensional printing.
The results of a recent survey indicate the Covid-19 pandemic has ramped up development and adoption of automation.
A decade ago, the artificial-intelligence pioneer transformed the field with a major breakthrough. Now he's working on a new imaginary system named GLOM.
Deployed at a public housing building, the device drew condemnation as a stark example of police power and misplaced priorities.
Seeking increased yields with precision agriculture technology.