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A team of researchers used machine learning and computer simulations to create a tool for predicting force chains within granular solids.
A new computational model can forecast how doping semiconductor material zinc selenide with halogen elements chlorine and fluorine changes its optical properties.
Computer proof assistants are being used to create online libraries of mathematical theorems and proofs.
According to the teen, the software is four times more accurate than existing state-of-the-art detection methods.
Wednesday's iPhone launch event saw the release of four new iPhone models, plus an Apple Watch built to take a beating.
The transformative power of digital twins could be the answer to adapting to environmental changes, helping to democratize global efforts to reach net zero.
The grid computing pioneer is recognized with one of the high-performance computing field's most prestigious honors.
Researchers are using machine learning systems to decode animal communication.
Researchers found YouTube algorithms were more likely to recommend election fraud-related videos to users who already doubted the legitimacy of the 2020 U.S. presidential election.
Researchers have developed a method for error correction in a quantum computer's calculations.
An international team of scientists outfitted insects with a wireless control module to create remote-controlled cyborg cockroaches.
Research suggests that hackers can easily circumvent Endpoint Detection and Response systems, the malware detecting and blocking solutions on which organizations have spent billions.
The DeepPrecip neural network developed by Fraser King and colleagues at the University of Waterloo models weather in order to measure annual snowfall and snowmelt in the context of climate change.
Parents in the U.S. are increasingly buying Apple Watches for children as young as five years old as a short-term substitute for cellphones.
Japan's government will review around 1,900 government processes that still require the use of floppy disks, CDs, or mini disks, as part of an initiative to eliminate outdated tools.
An algorithm developed by researchers at Sweden's Chalmers University of Technology can predict how fast enzymes work based on the sequence of amino acids that make up the enzymes.
France's highest administrative court dismissed the notion that artificial intelligence threatens humanity.
Researchers have created a recyclable and biodegradable three-dimensionally printed circuit.
Artificial intelligence is helping the esports industry take the world by storm.
Measurement has driven research groups to home in on the most popular datasets, but that may change as metrics shift to real-world quality.
Looking past 5G to sixth-generation wireless technology.