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The company has teamed up with Ray-Ban to create glasses that can take photos, record video, answer phone calls and play podcasts.
The boom in companies offering cryptocurrency loans and high-yield deposit accounts is disrupting the banking industry and leaving regulators scrambling to catch up.
Researchers at Australia's James Cook University have developed a model to help farmers using smart devices choose the most accurate rainfall forecast for a given day.
Researchers at Japan's Osaka City University have designed a quantum algorithm that directly calculates the energy difference of atoms or molecules.
An international team of scientists has discovered that antiferromagnets could make computer memory significantly faster and more efficient.
Scientists suggest crowdsourced assessments from groups of normal readers can virtually match those of professional fact-checkers in vetting news stories.
Multiparty Computation permits computation on encrypted values.
As Japan faces a severe shortage of technology workers and engineering students, efforts are being made to encourage women to enter these fields.
New system increases the correctness and reliability of health-related searches by 80%
Computer engineers at Duke University have shown that numbers with both real and imaginary components can be critical in securing artificial intelligence algorithms against threats while preserving efficiency.
A Singapore government agency announced that a three-week trial will use robot patrols of public areas with high foot traffic in central Singapore to curb poor social behavior, such as ignoring COVID-19 safety measures or smoking…
Uses EM waves to distinguish the size, position, and type of stroke
Carnegie Mellon University's Eric Yttri and Alex Hsu have designed an unsupervised machine learning algorithm to simplify and fine-tune behavioral study.
MIT researchers find new way to quantify the uncertainty in molecular energies predicted by neural networks
The move to the cloud makes it harder for companies to keep track of all Internet-connected digital assets.
Hackers and malware developers are now targeting victims' Internet connections to produce illicit income clandestinely via proxyware infections, according to researchers at Cisco Talos.
Researchers at the data research company Mathematica have created an interactive website to help school officials consider their options for coronavirus testing.
Ethereum co-founder Joseph Lubin said the blockchain survived a flaw from outdated software that divided the digital ledger last week, thanks to a quick program update by users.
An international research team has developed an artificial intelligence technology to improve heart imaging.
Researchers at the Chinese Academy of Sciences have designed a novel mutual attention inception network and a remote sensing visual question answering dataset.
Russian researchers identified more than two dozen structural proteins in the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein that were homologous to human proteins.
Everyone from tech companies to churches wants a say in how the E.U. regulates artificial intelligence that could harm people.
Unmanned aerial vehicles are being used to make it rain in the desert, a first step toward controlling the weather.
Afghan refugee Saidullah Karimi built a robot from pieces of trash to symbolize what refugees can accomplish and contribute to their new societies.
The Biden administration has established the U.S. Digital Corps to enlist and train technology professionals to serve in digital positions within the federal government.
The Cyberspace Administration of China has issued draft rules to more strictly control the development and use of algorithmic models.
Researchers at cybersecurity company Rapid7 found vulnerabilities that can be used to remotely disarm the Fortress S03 smart home security system.
Old Dominion University's Michael Nelson and colleagues have found that supposedly permanent digital Web archives could be lost.
The measures were proposed last year and faced strong resistance from Apple and Google.