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Clearview AI said it is expanding sales of its facial recognition software to companies outside of law enforcement.
Threat analysts at HP Wolf Security have discovered a recent malware distribution campaign that uses PDF attachments to transport Word documents with malicious macros.
Jonathan Kennedy Sowah founded a tech club that became InovTech STEM Center, which travels to schools across Ghana to teach students and teachers STEM subjects through robotics education.
The 59th edition of the TOP500 revealed the Frontier system to be the first true exascale machine with an HPL score of 1.102 Exaflop/s.
Ioannidis serves on the ACM Digital Library Board, is faculty advisor of his university's ACM Student Chapter, and will chair the ACM Europe Council Working Group on summer schools.
Geographic areas with populations at high risk of micronutrient deficiencies can be identified using publicly available satellite data and artificial intelligence.
Saratoga, CA-based Mojo is one of a number of companies currently testing smart contact lens products.
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The researchers implemented two computational gates on fault-tolerant quantum bits, which are necessary for a universal set of gates.
An unsettling glimpse at the digitization of education.
The team's work could be valuable in manufacturing and assembly plants, for sorting packages, or in any environment where humans and robots collaborate to complete jobs.
The SmartCityPHL project in Philadelphia is a partnership of the city, Comcast, and US Ignite to help collect real-time data on air quality, weather, transportation, and more.
Scientists have improved their ability to send quantum information across distant computers—and have taken another step toward the network of the future.
A new U.S. National Science Foundation program aims to help communities outside innovation hubs create companies and well-paying jobs from local research.
Duke University researchers have developed an approach that allows for real-time scanning and imaging of blood flow and oxygen levels in a mouse brain.
Researchers have invented technology that could reduce strain on the national power grid by controlling residential appliances more efficiently.
Uber has rolled out pilot food delivery services that use autonomous vehicles in Santa Monica and West Hollywood, CA.
A new system protects privacy in wireless communications based on intelligent reflective surfaces.
A 749-gross-ton vessel is the first commercial cargo ship to be navigated entirely by artificial intelligence during a nearly 500-mile, 40-hour journey.
Chinese and U.S. researchers collaborated on the development of a camera with a massive depth of field.
Security researchers have found that the supposedly hard-to-counterfeit digital driver's licenses in use in New South Wales, Australia, actually can be altered easily.
Real-time bidding is a process that runs in the background on websites and apps and tracks what you look at, no matter how private or sensitive it is.
Innovations like cloud computing and artificial intelligence are hailed as engines of a coming productivity revival, but a broad payoff across the economy has been elusive.
The U.S. software company brands itself as "the world's largest facial network" holding billions of face photographs from the Internet.
The U.S. government has warned employers that artificial intelligence technology for screening new job candidates or tracking productivity could violate civil rights laws.
Researchers found that a bug in Zyxel firewalls that could enable unauthenticated remote attackers to execute code.
A multi-institutional research team analyzed spectral signatures of ovarian cancer by harnessing machine learning and the fluorescence of carbon nanotubes.
Neuromorphic chips could cut the power demands of digital assistants and other devices by orders of magnitude.
The researchers explored how the vast available knowledge about backdoors in cryptography could be applied to machine learning.