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The system—which has 70% to 80% accuracy—predicts if patients are at risk of a heart attack over the next year.
"Congress must act," said U.S. Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo.
FLoC, Google's project for replacing cookies for interest-based advertising, is dead.
Major League Baseball is extending its automated strike zone test to Triple-A, the highest minor-league level, for 2022.
Scientists have developed an artificial intelligence system that can solve complex control problems.
IBM researchers doubled the size of quantum simulations while halving the number of quantum bits required, via a method called entanglement forging.
Twist is an MIT-developed programming language that can describe and verify which pieces of data are entangled to prevent bugs in a quantum program.
Teachers are given more freedom for creative and communicative tasks.
Complaints allege the company has deployed 'dark patterns,' design tricks that can subtly influence users' decisions in ways that are advantageous for a business.
Levels of 14 proteins in the blood of critically ill COVID-19 patients are associated with survival.
Robotic assistants could be used in nursing and retirement homes to help seniors care for themselves and assist with chores.
Wearable technology is being used by an increasing number of athletes to record their physical performance and push themselves to achieve more.
The driver of a Tesla on Autopilot that ran a red light and killed two people in another car in 2019 faces two counts of vehicular manslaughter.
E-commerce companies can more efficiently organize products and help customers find what they want with artificial intelligence.
Artificial intelligence is being taught to fly warplanes. Can the technology be trusted?
The discovery could pave the way to high-speed, low-energy quantum computing.
ACM has named 71 of its members 2021 ACM Fellows for advances underpinning innovations that influence a wide range of technologies that people use daily.
Amazon will open a 30,000-sq.-ft. clothing store in Los Angeles later this year.
Researchers designed a robotic "twin" of a human spine so surgeons can predict how interventions play out before surgery.
The 2022 State of Healthcare IoT Device Security Report estimates 53% of medical devices in hospitals connected to the Internet of Things have critical flaws.
For years, intermediate measurements made it hard to quantify the complexity of quantum algorithms. New work establishes that those measurements aren't necessary after all.
There's been growth in cheap, easy-to-use malware available to hackers who want to steal cryptocurrency from users.
The coronavirus pandemic was prominent among the top 10 most clicked-on articles presented by ACM TechNews during 2021.
Quarantines and school closures have shifted some students back to remote learning, highlighting the digital divide.
An artificial intelligence platform developed by researchers at Duke University analyzes mammography scans to determine whether patients should undergo an invasive biopsy.
Researchers have found that electrical vehicle charging stations and their Internet-based management systems are vulnerable to cybersecurity attacks.
An international study suggests the eye's retina could determine a person's true biological age.
After a huge volcanic eruption severed the island country's lone connection to the global Internet, a difficult repair job, delving deep into the ocean, lies ahead.
Chromium defects in silicon carbide may provide a new platform for quantum information.
An international team of scientists developed a deep learning algorithm to more deeply explore permanently shadowed regions of the Moon.