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The U.S. Department of Homeland Security is starting a new office, the Disinformation Governance Board, that will focus on countering "misinformation" and "disinformation."
Searches in national-security investigations came without warrants, could stoke privacy concerns in Congress.
Developers can begin declaring how they use collected data, with a deadline of July 20 to complete their submissions.
Ciaran Martin, founding head of the U.K.'s National Cyber Security Centre and now an Oxford University professor, called the attacks "extraordinary" in a tweet.
Brownies, the second-youngest section of Girlguiding (scouting) in the U.K. for girls aged 7–10, are learning to code, while Guides (ages 10-14) are working with chatbots.
Several companies in Japan cooperated to create and deploy a humanoid heavy equipment maintenance robot that is directed through virtual reality (VR).
Chinese social media application Weibo will publish users' Internet Protocol addresses on their account pages and when they post comments, in order to rein in "bad behavior" online.
Texas A&M University researchers demonstrated that unsupervised machine learning algorithms could analyze data from a geological carbon sequestration site to determine and model underground carbon dioxide (CO2) plume locations…
Semiconductor giant says quarterly sales fell amid sagging demand for lower-end laptops.
Santiago Garces will start as CIO of the New England city in May, following top roles in open-data efforts in South Bend and Pittsburgh.
Access Now noted the biggest offender was India, which shut down its Internet in sections of the country at least 106 times. This is the fourth consecutive year India has topped the list.
The Czinger 21C is made with 3D printers. "If he's successful," an analyst said, "it will be an earthquake for the industry."
The agency is using emerging encryption techniques to protect data in transit, in storage, and during computation.
Many cybercriminals and ransomware groups have links to Russia and don't target the nation. Now, it's being opened up.
"We do not have an adequate level of control and explainability over how our systems use data," Facebook engineers say in leaked document.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology researchers have developed a machine learning method that enables robots to acquire new skills using a handful of human examples.
Stanford University researchers have developed a three-dimensional printing system that can construct objects in any order, instead of layer by layer.
Researchers have proposed a new machine learning method to accelerate the counting and classification of microplastics, while also boosting affordability and ease of use.
You can now access official manuals and parts, but for most people, the minimal savings won't be worth it.
The latest biometric security methods place a priority on contactless identification.
The Declaration represents "a political commitment among Declaration partners to advance a positive vision for the Internet and digital technologies."
A study by Microsoft shows that Russian cyberattacks often happened within days or even hours of missile strikes.
The attack, which lasted less than 15 seconds, was launched from a botnet of approximately 6,000 unique bots and originated from 112 countries around the world.
Lawmakers, experts propose policy options for incoming Yoon government.
Hundreds of small drones from U.S. startups are searching for survivors and Russian hideouts in Ukraine, after Ukrainian government officials cited Chinese drones as a security risk.
An artificial intelligence software solution developed by Intel and Classroom Technologies to identify students' emotional states is generating controversy in the context of ethics and privacy.
Momentum and capital are building for startups developing chips that process data via light rather than wires.
Researchers have developed an enhanced approach to the Traveling Salesperson Problem that yields high-quality solutions at a faster rate than other cutting-edge tools.
Despite millions of dollars in losses, iBuying's failure doesn't signal the end of tech-led disruption, just a fumbled beginning.
MIT researchers can now estimate how much information data are likely to contain, in a more accurate and scalable way than previous methods.