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It will be the broadest look yet at Tesla's assisted-driving technology. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has the authority to force a recall or require new safety features.
Robot-assisted surgeries have only modest advantages over other approaches, a large analysis found.
The preliminary finding will now be reviewed by the full U.S. International Trade Commission.
A new system can thwart the tracking of cellphone users by network operators while maintaining seamless connectivity.
Some climate scientists believe massive computer simulations of the world economy could be harnessed to establish a path forward to prevent the worst effects of global warming.
Land-management strategies to save bumblebees can be tested in a "virtual safe space" developed by scientists at the U.K.'s University of Exeter.
Researchers at Australia's University of New South Wales say a new method could enable engineers to reliably control millions of quantum bits.
A robotic eel designed by researchers at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne can swim through water and receive sensory data while in motion.
Modeling software designed by researchers at the U.S. Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory can simulate the energy profiles of all 129 million buildings in the U.S.
Computer simulations can predict the spread of wildfires through sections of a real forest
Software designed to enable autonomous operations of a spacecraft's operating and robotic systems
New machine-learning approach helps scientists understand increased frequency of extreme precipitation days in the Midwest
A team led by researchers from Newcastle University created new dynamic DNA data structures that can store and retrieve information in an ordered manner from DNA molecules.
Researchers at City, University of London have developed an identity and access management system to make smart cars less vulnerable to cyber attacks.
Mathematicians are implementing algorithms designed to halt gerrymandering—the partisan manipulation of U.S. Census data to redraw electoral maps for one political party's gain.
The U.S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services plans to use artificial intelligence algorithms to determine a patient's race as a means of improving health care equity.
Researchers at cybersecurity firm Nozomi Networks Labs have identified five vulnerabilities in Mitsubishi's safety programmable logic controllers, centered on the authentication implementation of the MELSOFT communication protocol…
Scientists from India and Australia seek to improve effectiveness of pressurized metered-dose inhalers and dry powder inhalers.
Sparsity and energy constraints guide learning and communications in silicon neuronal networks
Study compares accuracy of humans versus artificial systems in deciphering emotions of people in face masks and sunglasses
Artificial neural networks modeled on real brains can perform cognitive tasks
The adaptability of one of the most common programming languages is behind its continued strength, say analysts.
New algorithm could enable fast, nimble drones for time-critical operations such as search and rescue
LyricJam uses artificial intelligence to generate lyrics for live instrumental music
Democrats press executives to extend new U.K. 'Age Appropriate Design Code' regulations to children in the U.S.
The U.S. House Appropriations Committee has asked for a report on using artificial intelligence to analyze prison inmates' phone calls to help prevent violent crime and suicides.
Researchers at Japan's Tohoku University developed an neural network model that can help explain the difficulty people with autism spectrum disorder have in interpreting facial expressions.
Israeli scientists have demonstrated a novel passive variant of the TEMPEST exploit called Glowworm, which can extract electronic conversations by analyzing devices' power indicator LED.
Results from the company's AI bias competition reveals a preference for young, beautiful, and light-skinned faces
Google's Project Zero researcher Natalie Silvanovich found vulnerabilities in messaging apps that add eavesdropping bugs without requiring users to click a malicious link, download an attachment, or interact in any way.