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Each subscriber gets eight or sixteen hours per month of dedicated time with Honeywell scientists to run algorithms on the trapped-ion hardware.
A computer hacker publicly released election-related files from Hall County, GA, after county officials failed to pay a ransom.
As company offices reopen, some are using software to help them shuffle employees, schedule meetings, map office hot spots, and practice social distancing.
Researchers at Leiden University in the Netherlands created the world's smallest boat using an electron microscope and a high-resolution three-dimensional printer.
Computer scientists at Johns Hopkins University used positive reinforcement to show a robot how to teach itself new tasks quickly.
High-resolution three-axis accelerometers and GPS tracking built into smartphones, along with an app, can provide useful measures of road roughness for civil engineers.
Results might provide a convenient screening tool for people who may not suspect they are infected.
Computer scientists have created a database that aims to predict the likelihood of cyberattacks between nations.
A new high-confidence approach to artificial intelligence-based models incorporates uncertainty, error, physical laws, expert knowledge, and missing data within its calculations.
Researchers at the U.S. Military Academy have developed robot that can be thrown or dropped and always lands the right way up.
Engineers have developed a deep neural network that produces spectral images almost as well as dual-energy computed tomography imaging technology.
U.S. cybersecurity education reboots for a wider reach.
Government officials warned that hackers were seeking to hold American hospitals' data hostage in exchange for ransom payments.
The tech giant helps governments and law enforcement decipher vast amounts of data — to mysterious and, some say, dangerous ends.
No-code tools are successful because they are connecting with a new generation that understands precisely the sort of logic required by these platforms to function.
As the pandemic forces more people to do more business online, some companies have started redesigning their websites to make them more user-friendly for older adults.
The Louisiana National Guard has been called in to investigate a series of cyberattacks aimed at small government offices across the state.
Brazil's Artificial Intelligence Center officially launched earlier this month.
A stretchable, skin-like device developed at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology could help people with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis communicate using small movements.
George Mason University's Massimiliano Albanese developed the myBallotBox app to help people locate drop-off boxes for mail-in ballots.
Researchers at the University of Leeds in the U.K. report the development of what they are calling the first biomimetic tongue using three-dimensional printing.
It conveys electricity in the climate of a crisp fall day, but only under pressures comparable to what you'd find closer to Earth's core.
Now for the hard part.
This year has forced organizations to adapt quickly to enabling employees to work from home. That's creating 'chaos with no control' - which cyber criminals are exploiting.
Researchers from Sandia National Laboratories and the University of Michigan have developed a technique for generating non-volatile computer memory using titanium oxide.
Experts have taken issue with Google Health's artificial intelligence model for predicting breast cancer.
Beginning next April, home Wi-Fi routers sold in Singapore must meet new security requirements.
Finding a solution when you know one exists.
The hacking group, Energetic Bear, is among Russia's stealthiest. It appears to be casting a wide net to find useful targets ahead of the election, experts said.
Both Republicans and Democrats are pursuing laws to make it easier for people to fix cellphones, cars, even hospital ventilators. In Europe, the movement is further along.