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The strategy is expected to target the common vulnerabilities found in tech vendors' products.
A solution for this problem may be found in an exotic version of a qubit known as a topological qubit.
The Full Self-Driving Beta system is subject to a recall in the U.S. involving 363,000 vehicles.
The Ordered Reliability Bits Guessing Random Additive Noise Decoding decoder chip uses a more energy-efficient technique for decoding data transmissions based on reliability information.
Chatsworth, CA-based startup Machina Labs has developed an automated metalworking system in the midst of a metalworker shortage.
Wilson's prototype "airless" basketball debuted during the 2023 NBA All-Star Game festivities.
Hackers leverage IoT, IIoT vulnerabilities to gain unauthorized access to cobots.
In return for vast subsidies, the Biden administration is asking the chip industry to make promises about its workers and finances.
This marked the first time a bot took control of a military jet.
One of the pioneers of artificial intelligence argues that chatbots are often prodded into producing strange results by the people who are using them.
Companies including OpenAI and TikTok have signed up to a new set of guidelines designed to help them be more transparent around generative AI.
Scientists at China's Tsinghua and Shanghai Jiao Tong universities have engineered a "graphene-based intelligent, wearable artificial throat"patch that can amplify a user's voice.
A contract between the U.S. Department of Defense and RealNetworks calls for the Seattle-based company to equip U.S. Air Force autonomous drones with facial recognition technology.
Researchers at cybersecurity company Trellix say they discovered a new class of privilege escalation vulnerability in Apple devices, rooted in Israeli spyware maker NSO Group's ForcedEntry exploit.
The plan is not meant to subsidize struggling companies.
Physicists developed a procedure to enable the creation of three-dimensionally printed replicas of patients’ hearts.
Google physicists have demonstrated that making their quantum code bigger can reduce the error rate of calculations.
Researchers at the U.K.'s University of the West of England, Bristol used the mat of cells that form on top when brewing kombucha to develop flexible electric circuit boards.
The NSA's 'Best Practices for Securing Your Home Network' guide provides remote workers with advice on how to protect against online threats.
AI is becoming a key part of our lives. Hacking it could cause chaos, so the race is on to build defenses.
UNESCO's Internet For Trust Conference brought together 4,300 participants to discuss regulatory solutions to the ongoing crisis of online information.
A new State Department proposal asks other nations to agree to limits on the power of military AI.
MIT engineers have formulated a method of controlling the spins of atomic nuclei as quantum bits using two different-colored laser beams.
Maryland nonprofit Vehicles for Change is using virtual reality to train automotive mechanics through a program designed to address a national shortage.
The Bank of Japan said that following two years of experimentation, Japan in April will initiate a program to test a digital currency.
Google's team said it had demonstrated that a system using error-correcting code can detect and fix errors without affecting the information.
New study shows how infants are more adept at spotting motivations that drive human behavior.
Feather-light yet providing near-total shielding capability, MXenes effectively conduct electricity, tune frequencies, and enhance the integrity of communications signals better than traditional materials.
The company had a change of heart after "lobotomizing" its AI.
A wireless technique enables a super-cold quantum computer to send and receive data without generating too much error-causing heat.