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New artificial intelligence algorithms could revolutionize player performance analysis for football (soccer) clubs.
Front and center for GDPR enforcement is the issue of resourcing for national data protection authorities tasked with providing oversight and issuing enforcement decisions.
In what may be the first known case of its kind, a faulty facial recognition match led to a Michigan man's arrest for a crime he did not commit.
The administration said the move will give U.S. workers access to an additional 525,000 jobs. But sectors with lots of H-1B visas tend to have low unemployment.
Venture-backed startups are providing software, sensors, robotics, and artificial intelligence tools to help factories open safely amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Experts say thousands of connected smart home devices could shut down with the expiration of their Secure Sockets Layer certificates.
Microsoft's Azure Security Center reported a cryptojacking scheme in which attackers hijacked machine learning clusters inside the Azure cloud computing service to mine cryptocurrency.
Looking at solutions to handle growing Wi-Fi traffic.
The newly crowned world's fastest supercomputer is being deployed in the fight against the coronavirus.
The move, announced in the live-streamed start to the company's conference for developers, marks the end of a 15-year partnership.
Tech, catering and design companies are rushing to sell employers on fever scanners, box lunches, and office floor-planning apps for social distancing. But it's too soon to tell if they will work.
The Los Angeles County Registrar's Office attributes delays and long lines during the March 3 primary election to a feature of its new electronic voting system.
A new artificial intelligence can convert simple sketches of a face into photorealistic images.
The new system brings us one step closer to practical quantum cryptography.
Researchers at the University of Southern California's Information Sciences Institute have developed state-of-the-art biometric security systems.
Smart Parks is testing lightweight GPS collars that can be fitted to lions and cheetahs in Liwonde, Malawi.
Amazon has deployed a new artificial intelligence tool to help employees follow social distancing rules.
It's called the Data Dividend Project.
Using the framework can help medical personnel. understand a patient's behavior, emotions, and decision-making based on data shared by the patient.
As businesses grapple with how to safely reopen the workplace, some companies are rushing out new work force health-vetting and tracking tools.
Months after other countries, Britain will now use technology provided by Apple and Google to build a contact-tracing app.
A recent spyware effort attacked users through 32 million downloads of add-ons to Google's Chrome Web browser.
Researchers have digitized the movements of 14 dog breeds.
Researchers stacked resistive random-access memory modules for artificial intelligence applications in a novel three-dimensional spiral.
The Human Embodied Autonomous Thermostat provides more personalized indoor climate control while eliminating the need for wall-mounted thermostats.
The NBA plans to use smart technologies to protect players and staff as 22 teams prepare to play at Disney's Wide World of Sports complex in Orlando.
A new report finds that automation will take over a significant part of work activities in Europe by 2030.
The assumption that the cost of training computers is declining with the doubling of computing power every two years does not always hold true.
A new high-tech vending machine can dispense a salad into a compostable bowl and keep ingredients at constant, food-safe temperatures.