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In the AI era, publishers are more aggressively blocking crawlers because there's no upside, for now, in handing over their data to AI companies.
It is still alive, and quite vigorous considering its age.
The 2022 State of Rust Survey published earlier this month found more developers using the programming language than ever before.
The U.K.'s National Quantum Computing Centre recently held its second quantum hackathon at the University of Birmingham,
The new HoloBoard system can be paired with Microsoft's HoloLens 2 augmented reality device to help non-speaking autistic individuals improve their motor skills and communication.
Despite receiving recent approval to expand their robotaxi services in San Francisco, Waymo and Cruise continue to face backlash over traffic and safety concerns.
Exploring ways to supplement conventional computer vision data with metadata collected from physics-based sensors and systems.
A new technique combines the strengths of human cognition with algorithmic logic.
This protocol relies on mid-circuit measurements and a cryptographic technique.
Determining what's real online is getting more difficult. But there are steps you can take to deal with it.
A growing number of scientific researchers are using virtual reality (VR) technology in the lab, often to more easily collaborate with distant colleagues, or simply to work remotely.
South Koreans are anxious over a flood of cheap Chinese robot waiters amid labor shortages, population declines, and growing rivalry with Chinese technology firms.
A joint statement from a dozen countries called on social media platforms to address illegal data scraping, emphasizing that local laws require them to protect user information.
Their development Scalene, an open-source tool for dramatically speeding up the programming language Python, circumvents issues limiting computer processing speed.
However, these tools are neither perfect, nor enough on their own.
In lieu of regulations, companies are starting to develop their own guidelines to control the use of artificial intelligence.
Researchers at Japan's University of Tokyo have developed drones that can assemble and dissemble in mid-air.
Researchers at the Chinese Academy of Sciences' Hefei Institutes of Physical Science has developed a variable selection algorithm for chemometrics applications.
A new framework allows quadruped robots to perform tasks that get progressively more complex without having to relearn motions.
Some districts that once raced to block A.I. chatbots are now trying to embrace them.
More than 2 million people in the Philippines perform "crowdwork," according to informal government estimates, as part of AI's vast underbelly.
Artificial intelligence (AI) operates the U.S. Air Force's pilotless XQ-58A Valkyrie experimental aircraft, which the military envisions as a next-generation robot wingman for traditional fighter jets.
Researchers found that off-the-shelf artificial intelligence (AI) models can detect the early signs of a tsunami in two-dimensional (2D) images from GPS satellites.
Researchers hope to enable scientists and processor designers to understand the underlying reasoning of deep learning accelerator designs through explainable-design space exploration.
The Telomere-to-Telomere consortium has completed sequencing the human genome by adding the fully mapped Y chromosome.
A team of researchers has developed a light-based machine learning system that could surpass the system behind ChatGPT in terms of power and efficiency, while also consuming less energy.
Since the beginning of August, 10 telescopes in Hawaii and Chile run by the National Science Foundation's NOIRLab coordinating center for ground-based astronomy have been offline due to a cyberattack.
The brain activity of a paralyzed woman is being translated into words spoken by an avatar. This milestone could help others who have lost speech.
A new analysis shows that "open source" AI tools like Llama 2 are still controlled by big tech companies in a number of ways.
The EU and the U.S. diverge on how they handle online content moderation.