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Analysts in Northeastern University's Network Science Institute are predictively modeling the coronavirus pandemic by incorporating social networks.
U.S. Army researchers have developed a quantum sensor that could give soldiers a way to detect communication signals over the entire radio frequency spectrum.
Waymo has expanded its Open Dataset and invited researchers to tackle one of five challenges related to the data.
Dark patterns have been migrating to smartphone apps.
Tech pioneer Vinton G. Cerf, one of the co-creators of the modern Internet, has tested positive for COVID-19, according to a tweet Cerf sent out Monday morning.
Think of it as a telecommuter supercomputer.
Researchers have confirmed through computer modeling that social distancing measures can reduce the number of cases of COVID-19.
Researchers have developed a method for three-dimensionally printing food that makes diners feel more satiated while eating less.
A new model could be used to quickly displace false information on social networks and the Internet of Things (IoT) and replace it with accurate information.
Silicon Valley technology experts are pursuing various projects to combat the coronavirus, with thousands of volunteers contributing to hundreds of hastily organized initiatives in their spare time.
Huawei, China Unicom, China Telecom, and China's Ministry of Industry and Information Technology have proposed a new standard for core network technology.
Major technology companies have spent billions in the past three years to prevent election meddling, but new challenges are adding to their struggle in the run-up to the November U.S. Presidential election.
Device for harnessing terahertz radiation might enable self-powering implants, cellphones, other portable electronics.
A new consortium of top scientists will be able to use some of the world's most advanced supercomputers to look for solutions.
"Private" hotels, online tour-company teasers for future travelers, and other ways that travel companies are keeping their businesses alive.
The field is in disagreement about where it should go and why.
A new three-dimensional view of methane concentrations worldwide combines datasets from emissions inventories and simulations of wetland sources into a high-resolution model.
Students using immersive virtual reality did not learn significantly better than those who used computer-simulated or hands-on learning methods, according to a new study.
Researchers used artificial intelligence and machine learning to design a computer-vision system to keep traffic moving efficiently through intersections while minimizing fuel consumption.
With digital services swamped by the coronavirus pandemic, U.S. state and local governments are asking technologists to volunteer to assist with response strategies.
Researchers are warning that a hack of Linksys and D-Link routers is redirecting users to malicious sites posing as COVID-19 informational resources.
Taiwan has largely controlled the propagation of the coronavirus, which an international team of researchers credit mainly to the emergency deployment of big data analytics and other technologies.
Researchers have observed something similar to motor synergy in robotic agents using deep reinforcement learning algorithms.
Researchers found that the time-cost of software updates and users' risk preferences significantly impact whether they apply any specific update, and how long it takes them to do so.
Scientists utilized machine learning to improve the accuracy of material testing.
The looming threat of artificial intelligence-based deepfake voice conversion.
YouTube has reduced the quality of video streaming to standard definition around the world in an effort to ease Internet traffic during the coronavirus outbreak.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology researchers have created a simulation system to train driverless cars prior to their deployment on actual streets.
Hackers are targeting critical healthcare systems already strained by the coronavirus pandemic, compromising computer networks and disrupting patient care.\
Researchers are using three-dimensional printers and sensors to create fake fish to help test the environmental impact of hydroelectric dams on fish populations.