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CISA director Jen Easterly lauded the idea and compared it to an effort by Craigslist founder Craig Newmark to create a "cyber civil defense" force.
Artificial intelligence is playing a growing role in refugee relief and resettlement programs.
Emory University researchers have decoded visual images from a dog's brain.
An international research team has developed a computer simulation of the propagation of cosmic rays, to help in the search for their sources.
While startups have promised to develop truly driverless cars, industry executives and experts say remote human supervisors may need to be a permanent part of the system.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology and Google have signed an agreement to develop and produce chips researchers can use to create new technologies.
A mobile robot balance assistant developed by scientists at Singapore's Nanyang Technological University can anticipate and catch seniors before they fall.
The 4-H Tech Changemakers program provides young people with the education and tools needed to teach digital skills to adults in their communities.
Harvard University and Amazon Web Services have partnered to further faculty-led quantum networking research.
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The Composable Diffusion model can help artificial intelligence-based image generators produce more complex imagery with better comprehension.
Researchers at the U.K.'s University of Strathclyde created a simulated ear to study the hearing system of the lesser wax moth, Achroia grisella.
Vibrating pads on people's arms can support a more convincing illusion of weight in virtual reality by fooling the brain into ignoring certain sensory input.
Software is more vulnerable than we think.
The companies behind e-commerce are embracing automation as the means of transcending the limitations of humans.
A group of computer and election security experts said hand-marked paper ballots should replace Georgia's Dominion Voting Systems touchscreen voting machines.
Facial recognition software could provide scientists with insights into the behavior of harbor seals in Maine.
A three-dimensionally printed wearable device features an ultraviolet and visible light detector to correlate light exposure with symptom flare-ups in people with lupus.
The Cerco company, in partnership with French teleco Orange, is rolling out a "superphone" equipped with a voice assistant in the Ivory Coast.
One judge said the striking piece evoked Renaissance art. But some critics compared it to 'entering a marathon and driving a Lamborghini to the finish line.'
Maintaining the flow of oil is still crucial for the world economy. But now the supply of semiconductors is also critical for commerce, and war and peace.
Sum is only a fraction of hundreds of millions siphoned in breach of 'Axie Infinity' online videogame this year.
A crash in June prompted General Motors' Cruise autonomous vehicle unit to recall 80 robotaxis and update their software.
Researchers found privacy flaws in apps used in the U.S. to track people waiting for immigration court dates, those in juvenile detention systems, and those on parole or probation.
An international team of researchers developed a system that can read lips accurately through face masks using radio-frequency sensing and artificial intelligence.
An image-based benchmark could overcome cultural bias stemming from machine learning (ML) training datasets being written in English.
Fog Reveal is "almost invisible" when attempting to search for it online.
The partnership is aimed at training and building a skilled semiconductor manufacturing workforce.
Hong Kong Polytechnic University's Kaye Chon said the pandemic-related exodus from the hospitality industry has contributed to an increase in the use of robots to provide various services.
A team of researchers used machine learning and computer simulations to create a tool for predicting force chains within granular solids.