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Researchers at Switzerland's ETH Zurich have uncovered a method for bypassing security measures to use certain credit and debit cards without a PIN code.
An international research team has developed a robot that can intelligently navigate underground in urban environments.
On Wednesday, U.S. President Joe Biden addressed a global chip shortage with an executive order that aims to strengthen supply chains.
Researchers have found that the LiDAR sensors in autonomous vehicles are less effective in detecting objects at a distance during periods of heavy rain.
The giant chipmaker's new boss has his work cut out.
Where the war over net neutrality stands, and why it (sort of) matters today.
Software engineer Pablo Galindo discusses the challenges of enabling a programming language to grow and evolve without sacrificing backward compatibility.
A flexible, free-standing terahertz (THz) camera patch can film irregularly shaped objects more easily than traditional bulky and rigid THz cameras.
The U.K. Cyber Security Council aims to serve as a "one-stop shop" for people seeking careers in information security.
The French National Agency for the Security of Information Systems said attackers associated with Russian military hackers have been compromising French targets for years.
TomTom's 2020 analysis of the world's traffic shows how the coronavirus spread across the globe.
Considering the outlook for multi-factor authentication applications.
The U.K.'s Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) has published a paper outlining how artificial intelligence could be used to help protect that nation.
A federal judge's ruling can allow the state to go ahead with its law while a lawsuit works its way through the courts.
Many of us already live with artificial intelligence now, but researchers say interactions with the technology will become increasingly personalized.
The Search-And-Rescue DrOne platform integrates aerial drones, artificial intelligence, and smartphones to find survivors of disasters using signals from their phones.
Researchers simulated some materials as much as 3 million times faster than a classical computer could through the process of quantum annealing.
A study by Northwestern University researchers highlighted how the public can influence companies they think are misusing their data or engaging in unethical behavior.
A report by the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA) describes autonomous vehicles as "highly vulnerable to a wide range of attacks."
Researchers have developed a reinforcement-based algorithm that automates forecasting of subterranean properties, enabling accurate prediction of oil and gas reserves.
A study under the Moralities of Intelligent Machines project found the appearance of robots influences humans' perception of their decisions' morality.
Some artificial intelligence experts think role playing adventure games will help machines learn to be as clever as we are.
Senators and corporate executives warned Tuesday that the "scope and scale" of the hacking of government agencies and companies were still unclear.
As the military seized power again, the generals moved quickly to take the country offline, criminalize online dissent, and block social media.
The program aims to create autonomous, fighter-jet-like craft that would deploy from the sky and then wield air-to-air weapons.
New IBM research revealed that developers with skills in creating open-source cloud technologies are more likely than other job candidates to receive a call-back.
Researchers have developed an artificial intelligence model that can predict tsunami flooding in real time with high spatial resolution.
Analysis of transit fleets in two Mexican cities found that 80% of operational bus days for studied routes were suitable for electrification.
Silver Sparrow can even run on systems with Apple's new M1 chip.
Satellite imagery could address the limitations in traditional sources of data.