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Companies are developing digital tools for the design of personalized jewelry, which can be fabricated via sophisticated three-dimensional metal printing.
A multi-institutional team of Australian researchers has found the diversity of online players is declining.
A study found that Amazon's recommendation algorithms directs people to books about conspiracy theories and extremism, including those by authors banned by other online platforms.
ACM has named Michael Franz at the University of California, Irvine, recipient of the Charles P. "Chuck" Thacker Breakthrough in Computing Award.
A device modeled after the human brain can learn by association via synaptic transistors that simultaneously process and store information.
A Virginia girl scou troop teamed up with Google Wing amid COVID-19.
Experts will say in today's Congressional testimony that the U.S. can learn from how cyberthreats have evolved in addressing growing online information operations.
US bank and QC Ware looked into use of the technology to price complex derivatives.
Auction sales show a schism in the market: speculative buyers flock to crypto art while blue-chip collectors hold back, fearing legal gray areas and copyright issues.
A transmission factory shows how artificial intelligence may creep into industrial processes in gradual and often imperceptible ways.
The move comes as the French president comes under pressure to crack down on terrorism and Islamist separatism.
A group of Stanford University researchers wanted to know how much regulators and doctors actually know about the accuracy of the AI devices they are tout and approve.
The Air Force plans to partner with quantum computing software company QC Ware to harness its algorithms to better surveil unmanned aircraft.
CompTIA has observed surging demand for artificial intelligence experts as the economy opens up and companies expand the technology's usage.
The U.S. Department of Justice launched the Ransomware and Digital Extortion Task Force to address the increase in ransomware attacks on critical U.S. organizations.
The EU Commission is expected to award a contract soon for a central system to verify "digital green passes" for those who have been vaccinated against COVID-19.
Researchers have demonstrated a novel belief propagation algorithm to solve probabilistic models on networks containing short loops.
Patching the security holes that arise when working from home.
Fourth-largest contract chipmaker aiming at supply problems for carmakers, others.
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The law enforcement agency is working with the data breach service to alert people that their information may have been harvested by the botnet.
A U.S. Department of Defense spokesperson said the public and private sectors should adopt zero-trust models of security.
Researchers found that next-generation sensors and controls used with high-performance computing, analytics, and machine learning could minimize road congestion.
Researchers used satellite photos of three cities and manipulation of video and audio files to identify new methods of detecting deepfake satellite images.
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign researchers have launched an open source extended reality testbed to democratize XR systems research.
Researchers say it is possible to use mirrors to generate a light beam with multiple classical entanglements.
Building owners are using data collection and artificial intelligence to help control systems like heating, lighting, air quality, and even the flow of workers.
Zoomorphic gestures inspired by dogs makes understanding cobots intuitive for anyone.
With the new iOS 14.5, apps have to seek your permission to track you. Here's what to tap, and two privacy settings to change immediately.
If you are trying to grasp Bitcoin and understand what China's digital yuan means, America's Federal Reserve is right there with you.