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The Connectivity Standards Alliance has officially approved the Matter Internet of Things standard.
At the heart of every bot-detection tool is a human's gut feeling—and all the messiness that comes with it.
In a call with reporters, senior administration officials described the principles as part of President Biden's commitment to tech accountability.
Semiconductor plant would be largest in the U.S., as Washington tries to boost the industry.
Dartmouth College researchers used data from FitBit users to determine that exercise could be optimized to improve mental and cognitive health.
Researchers found that social media users trust artificial intelligence as much as human content moderators when it comes to flagging harmful content.
Wegmans has discontinued the self-checkout SCAN app it rolled out early in the pandemic to offer contactless shopping, citing losses tied to the app.
The Financial Stability Oversight Council report identifies a wide range of regulatory gaps and market risks.
A unique research project is tracking hundreds of people at risk for suicide, using data from smartphones and wearable biosensors to identify periods of high danger and intervene.
The company's new smart gadget uses radar to track your breathing while you sleep. It's part of Amazon's plan to weave its products invisibly into your life.
Jack Dongarra on the future of high-performance computing.
Software is making inroads into white-collar professions due to innovations enabled by artificial intelligence and machine learning, and fueled by pandemic-surging demand.
A partnership between self-driving startup Kodiak Robotics and trucking company U.S. Xpress resulted in a self-driving 18-wheeler driving goods between Dallas and Atlanta.
Researchers at the U.K.'s University of Cambridge estimated bitcoin miners have discharged nearly 200 million tons of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere.
The Mendix software company estimates low-code adoption climbed from 77% last year to 94% this year, with 40% of businesses now using low-code apps for mission-critical solutions.
Researchers worry these systems produce images that can cause a range of harms, such as reinforcing racial and gender stereotypes or plagiarizing artists without their consent.
Combining neural networks with symbolic representations might make them more versatile and dependable.
Cybercriminals could be hiding malware payloads in places where commercial cybersecurity software is unable to detect it.
ACM Fellow and 1993 ACM A.M. Turing Award recipient Juris Hartmanis, co-inventor of complexity theory, died on July 29, 2022, at 94.
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