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Civilians in Ukraine are recording three-dimensional models of artifacts in a permanent digital archive as part of Backup Ukraine, a project to save the country's cultural heritage.
Various brands have established virtual bars in the metaverse where avatars can gather (although actual drinking is out of the question).
A group of researchers have published the first comprehensive functional map of genes expressed in human cells.
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A California-based autonomous trucking company will soon make deliveries to 34 Sam's Club locations in Dallas-Fort Worth, TX, using autonomous 26-foot box trucks.
AI ethicists warned Google not to impersonate humans. Now one of Google's own thinks there's a ghost in the machine.
Apple and Google just look the other way. Here's how we stop it.
All individuals transacting in Bitcoin are within six degrees or fewer of separation from a core group, say researchers.
Some firms are running algorithms used for quantum computers on advanced machines for risk analysis and portfolio optimization.
Biomedical engineers have developed a quick response (QR) code to confirm whether a whiskey is authentic or counterfeit.
Researchers developed an “electric nose” that can detect mixtures of specific volatile organic compounds through porous metal-organic framework films.
Austrian security researcher Martin Herfurt has demonstrated that electric vehicle company Tesla's updated near-field communication key card can be hacked.
Software developer Emma Haruka Iwao and colleagues at Google Cloud calculated pi—the ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter—to 100 trillion digits.
Orca Computing uses its own patented quantum memory to store and retrieve single photons on demand.
Quantum-powered cloud is 7,800,000,000,000,000x as fast, for some problems, as a supercomputer.
Company also debuts buy-now-pay-later service, new apps.
Scientists developed the VALHALLA machine learning method to hallucinate images of written words, and using those to help translate that text into target languages.
During the war in Ukraine's first 16 days, volunteers used three-dimensional printers to produce 3,019 parts for 930 products for the country's armed forces.
U.K. and German scientists developed a proof of concept for using robotic skeletons to grow tendons that are strong enough for human transplants.
Ohio State University researchers combined machine learning and flying drones into a tool for assessing the health of crop fields.
Computer scientists can now solve a decades-old problem in practically the time it takes to write it down.
Existing and new technologies can help cut datacenters' carbon footprint.
Automakers and technology companies say they are making driving safer, but verifying these claims is difficult.
The Biden administration gets darker in its assessment of the nation's cyberthreat.
Researchers at the U.K.'s University of Bristol used robots to demonstrate how predators adapt to overcome unpredictable behavior by their prey.
Scientists in Germany have developed a technique that uses radio waves to monitor hardware for tampering.
North Carolina State University researchers have developed a computational model that identifies the best sites for electric vehicle charging stations.
A beam-steering antenna can boost the efficiency of data transmission across the millimeter wave spectrum.
Researchers used the Codex neural network of artificial intelligence research company OpenAI to translate mathematical problems from plain English into formal code.
Apple's iOS 16 and macOS Ventura will introduce passwordless login for apps and websites. It's only the beginning.
In myth, the cryptocurrency is egalitarian, decentralized and all but anonymous. The reality is very different, scientists have found.