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The self-driving, four-wheeled MilliMobile robot created by University of Washington researchers draws power from ambient light or radio waves, and can travel 10 meters an hour on variable surfaces.
Procyon believes it might be possible to run ChatGPT's large language model neural networks on their hardware.
Researchers said Apple has corrected a series iOS zero-day flaws used to infect Egyptian presidential candidate Ahmed Eltantawy's iPhone with Predator spyware.
UPS and other large logistics companies are rolling out technology to curtail porch piracy.
Researchers developed a new material system that combines a superconductor and a topological insulator with the goal of making more robust qubits.
A wearable optical device developed by Washington University in St. Louis (WashU) researchers can detect postpartum hemorrhage early.
The law, aimed at forcing social media giants to adopt new policies to curb harmful content, is expected to face blowback from Elon Musk, who owns X.
Finding ways to determine whether a voice message is real or generated by an artificial intelligence.
Two new papers from Sony and Meta describe novel methods to make bias detection fairer.
A multi-institutional team of scientists may have discovered biomarkers of long COVID that could lay the groundwork for a diagnostic test.
The New York Police Department has deployed a nearly 400-pound "fully autonomous outdoor security robot" in Times Square's subway station as a test run.
A machine learning tool developed at Northeastern University can obtain audio from still images and muted videos.
The IEEE-USA 2023 Salary and Benefits Survey indicates U.S. engineering salary growth lagged inflation for the second consecutive year, marking the first multiyear income decline since the 2000s.
The European Patent Office found that over the last decade, patent applications for three-dimensional printing technology rose eight times faster than all technology fields combined.
Researchers have developed a method of creating cyborg cockroaches for use in search-and-rescue missions or building inspections that does not injure them.
Internet constellations could thwart killer asteroid discovery algorithms.
NASA will work with startup Lonestar plus the Isle of Man to send a data payload to the Moon next February to assess lunar-based backup storage as part of the Artemis program.
A team of cybersecurity experts established through the U.S.-based nonprofit Information Technology – Information Sharing and Analysis Center will undertake a "clear and concerted approach" to create a protocol for collaborative…
Researchers at Cornell University and Israel's Technion-Israel Institute of Technology have engineered a soft quadruped robot that locomotes via internal combustion.
OpenAI has integrated a new version of its DALL-E image generator into its ChatGPT online chatbot.
An international team of researchers has developed an algorithm that uses machine learning to automatically detect methane super-emitter plumes in data from satellites.
Researchers demonstrated that machine learning models can generate reliable results even with limited training data.
Researchers used three-dimensional (3D) tomography to document the laser-based power bed fusion process of 3D printing at the microscopic level.
Scientists at cloud security company Wiz discovered Microsoft artificial intelligence researchers accidentally compromised a large collection of private data.
Researchers at Finland's VTT Technical Research Center designed a device that could potentially cut cooling costs for dilution-refrigerated quantum computers 10-fold.
Can carbon-capture technologies take the heat off climate change?
A new machine learning framework can manage power usage to reduce energy consumption in multi-core computer processors.
A new version of retail giant Amazon's Just Walk Out cashierless shopping technology for clothing vendors keeps track of apparel via radio-frequency identification (RFID).
U.K.-based driverless car company Wayve has tapped chatbot technology to question its vehicles about their driving decisions.
Nanoscale meta-optics holds the promise of improved imaging while removing the bulges from smartphones.