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Machine learning able to predict subcellular locations of functionally related proteins
Harvard Professor Juan-Pérez Mercader sees chemical reactions as a kind of computation, and says molecules have enormous potential as tools of computation.
Innovative strategy analyzes specific regions of CoRSIVs genome to offer possibility of early diagnosis
Chip efficiently implements post-quantum cryptography to better protect against future hacker attacks using quantum computers
Remotely controlled robots 3D-print structures onsite and in tight spaces
University of Notre Dame researchers are developing a neural network to read ancient, hand-written texts using human perception to enhance deep learning-based document transcription.
The city of Detroit has partnered with Ford and Bosch to establish a Smart Parking Lab in the city's Bedrock Assembly Garage to test autonomous technologies in a real-world environment.
An Accenture survey found that movies, TV, and social media are more likely than schools or teachers to be the main source of information about careers in technology for 16- to 21-year-olds in the U.K.
A team of engineers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and China's Southern University of Science and Technology has designed a touch-sensing glove capable of "feeling" tactile stimuli.
Farm-equipment giant is buying Bear Flag Robotics, which makes autonomous tractors
Facebook disabled the personal accounts of New York University scientists studying political ads on the social network, alleging their extraction of data violates its terms of service. F
Joint Quantum Institute scientists have developed a quantum information transfer protocol that reaches theoretical speed limits for some quantum operations.
Computer scientists at Israel's Tel Aviv University (TAU) say they have developed a method for circumventing a large number of facial recognition systems.
Analysts have identified flaws in the application programming interfaces of six home electric vehicle (EV) charging brands, as well as the Chargepoint public EV charging station network.
Rare earth magnet recycling is about much more than sustainable datacenters.
Privacy activists worry governments could weaponize the feature.
Unlike other Olympic employees who clearly have been instructed to blend into the background of the events with which they're assisting, you command the spotlight every time you enter the field.
Asmita Dubey is exploring how online games, augmented reality and social media can help the French cosmetics company reach new demographics.
The Department of Homeland Security enlists Amazon, Microsoft, Google and others to help combat cyberthreats.
Chip manufacturers might have invested too heavily in increasing their capacity, which could lead to an overcapacity over time.
A team of researchers used a novel machine learning algorithm to help scientists better understand the chemistry of streams and their environmental impact.
New York City-based brain-computer interface startup Synchron said the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has authorized human clinical trials for its commercial implant.
Microsoft security researchers are warning customers about the LemonDuck crypto-mining malware that attacks Windows and Linux systems.
A kitchen robot has been preparing fast food at the Roboeatz cafe in Riga, Latvia, while diners watch since January 2018.
Can machine learning provide advance notice of an extreme preterm birth, in sufficient time to implement a therapeutic intervention?
The Oregon state employee pension fund is one of the largest investors, if not the largest, in a private equity firm that has majority ownership of NSO Group, the maker of the Pegasus spyware.
Researchers in Denmark tried a new approach to training artificial intelligence: hiring people full-time to review and label posts for training, instead of relying on part-time contractors.
Moscow is 'out on its own' as other nations seek to prevent autonomous weapons making their own decisions and 'deciding who lives or dies'.
Carnegie Mellon University researchers have designed a method of making abnormal network traffic audible by rendering cybersecurity data musically.
Researchers have developed a method for using a traditional computer to simulate the Quantum Approximate Optimization Algorithm (QAOA).