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Experiments by Columbia University researchers have considered different cooking modalities by exposing chicken to blue and infrared light, then 3D-printing a sample f0r evaluation.
A research team at Cornell University has developed a recommendation algorithm that could improve Spotify by incorporating both likes and dislikes.
Cybersecurity experts see exchanges as a weak point for ransomware gangs that otherwise operate wholly in on the Internet, all but untouchable by law enforcement.
Drivers glanced less at the road and more on "non-driving related areas."
A deep learning artificial intelligence model has decoded ancient Mesopotamian cuneiform tablets.
Technology training company O'Reilly surveyed U.K. and U.S. software developers to assess trends in the data and artificial intelligence sectors.
University of Strathclyde in Scotland's Karen Renaud said requiring complex passwords to deter hackers has the unintended effect of making the process too difficult for consumers.
Using machine learning to better forecast floods.
Many electronic manufacturers are turning to risky supply channels to meet demand.
States should place moratoriums on the sale and use of artificial intelligence systems until adequate safeguards are put in place, said U.N. human rights chief Michelle Bachelet.
China has been running a city-wide quantum communications network in Hefei, the largest quantum network demonstration built to date, for almost three years.
Australia's New South Wales will spend AU$21.4 million (US$15.4 million) to expand its shark management program with drones, drumlines, and beach-monitoring stations.
The U.S. National Aeronautics and Space Administration dispatched two robots to the Arctic in early July to collect sea surface temperature data.
A new method could support unlimited digital sensing.
Researchers at George Washington University say they have built a tool that would allow users to expose fake news without endangering their privacy. The Fuzzy Anonymous Complaint Tally System (FACTS) would let users report a
The AI100 project is designed to track trends in artificial intelligence over the course of a century.
As Apple and Google enact privacy changes, businesses are grappling with the fallout, Madison Avenue is fighting back and Facebook has cried foul.
Technology giants including Amazon, Microsoft, and Cisco are preparing to access data from India's farmers in a campaign to modernize the country's agricultural sector.
A new low-cost sensor device can detect and quantify the herbicide glyphosate in liquids.
Researchers at China's Tianjin University have devised a methodology that automatically generates clear images through murky water.
Educators complain smartwatches distract students or, worse, encourage them to cut class, text friends, or even cheat.
A 35-foot-long tugboat carrying passengers will embark from Hamburg, Germany, on a 1,000-nautical-mile (1,150-mile) autonomous voyage around Denmark.
Internet-connected devices and systems are making buildings more efficient but also vulnerable to cyberattacks.
Experts fear the Taliban could exploit expansive databases built by the U.S. and its allies during the Afghanistan occupation as tools for surveillance and repression.
Develops theory behind record-setting experiment for most accurate entangling gate ever demonstrated without lasers
Just Walk Out tech lets shoppers skip the checkout line
Says artificial intelligence risks to privacy and other rights demand urgent action
Scientists at South Korea's Incheon National University have automated mathematical DNA calculations via a personal computer-controlled chip.
Many researchers are trying to train artificial intelligence to enable smartphones to analyze patterns in a person’s coughs.
A computer model developed by researchers at New York’s University of Albany can determine whether an image of a face is a deepfake by examining its pupils.