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Yale University physicists demonstrated the feasibility of quantum error correction by doubling the lifespan of a qubit.
A technique developed by researchers at the U.K.'s Lancaster University can print conductive circuits inside living organisms using a photonic three-dimensional printer.
Artificial intelligence raises all sorts of issues that we're only beginning to address. There's a lot to work out.
Regulators around world are cracking down on content being hoovered up by ChatGPT, Stable Diffusion, and others.
The tech giant is sprinting to protect its core business with a flurry of projects, including updates to its search engine and plans for an all-new one.
Recent charges, convictions, and sentences all indicate that the start-up world's habit of playing fast and loose with the truth actually has consequences.
CISA and federal and international partners released a report providing software manufacturers with advice and specific guidance for creating products built and configured to be secure from the get-go.
Teachers are concerned about cheating and inaccurate information.
Schumer is spearheading the congressional effort to craft legislation regulating AI, circulating a broad framework among experts in recent weeks, a source briefed on the proposal told Axios.
Chemists and pharmaceutical scientists at ETH Zurich in Switzerland and Swiss drugmaker Novartis ran simulations on a supercomputer to gain insights into cyclic peptides' mechanism for penetrating cell membranes.
The Raspberry Pi Foundation has launched a free coding tool to help next-generation programmers globally hone their skills.
Academic publishers have introduced an online tool developed by academic and professional publishing association STM that can identify bogus papers fabricated by "paper mills."
A project at Carnegie Mellon University to build a secure Internet of Things infrastructure has erupted into a dispute over monitoring and privacy.
Researchers at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia and Drexel University used a phenotype embedding technique to analyze 53 million patient notes from more than 1.5 million individuals to identify similar medical histories.
The use of artificial intelligence tools like ChatGPT for coding has inspired both enthusiasm and reluctance among programmers.
The costs of cryptocurrency are increasingly clear. Are the benefits?
ACM has named Yael Tauman Kalai to receive the 2022 ACM Prize in Computing for fundamental contributions to cryptography that have influenced modern practices.
German companies hope to address domestic workforce shortages by training young Africans in information technology (IT).
OpenAI announced a new bug bounty program that will offer people $200 to $20,000 for finding and reporting vulnerabilities in the ChatGPT chatbot.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams says the New York Police Department will deploy the technology this summer.
The move has highlighted an absence of any concrete regulations, with the European Union and China among the few jurisdictions developing tailored rules for AI.
The four-legged DribbleBot robot developed by Massachusetts Institute of Technology researchers can dribble soccer balls using onboard sensors, computing, and reinforcement learning.
Hyfe AI's database of over 700 million cough samples could be used to improve disease diagnosis and treatment.
University of Southern California researchers used machine learning to analyze digital menus from restaurants across Los Angeles to identify food disparities in the city.
An advancement crucial for designing and building quantum computers capable of working in an imperfect world.
AI safety concerns mount as Large Language Model risks are revealed.
The rapid advent of artificial intelligence has set off alarms that the technology used to trick people is advancing far faster than the technology that can identify the tricks.
Veterinary telemedicine could help more pet owners access much-needed care and put anxious animals at ease, but challenges remain.
Models are still expensive to run, hard to use, and frequently wrong.
Some U.K. women are defying the trend of lower female representation in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) compared to men by becoming programmers.