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Popularity on GitHub can open valuable doors for developers and startups. Underground stores sell "stars" on the platform, offering coders a way to literally fake it till they make it.
The nonprofit Allen Institute for AI, led by a respected computer scientist who sold his company to Apple, is trying to democratize cutting-edge research.
Researchers demonstrated that nerve impulse-driven robotic prosthetic ankles enable more natural and stable movement by amputees.
The StrokePointer brain-wave cap designed by researchers in the Netherlands can diagnose large vessel occlusion (LVO) stroke while patients are in an ambulance.
China, Russia, and the U.S. are racing to find ways to prevent future quantum computers from cracking long-supported encryption protocols.
Foxconn's Liu told the BBC that electric vehicles will drive the company's growth in the coming decades.
OpenAI now lets outsiders tweak what its chatbot does. A new paper says that can lead to trouble.
Amazon is testing a drone delivery service for prescription drugs in College Station, TX, with plans to expand the service to other markets in the future.
Researchers found running datacenters at higher temperatures could reduce their energy consumption significantly while maintaining computational performance.
University of Texas at Austin researchers showed how taking certain measurements on a quantum computer results in different phases of quantum information.
Venture with GM, Cruise aims to eventually have 500 robotaxis.
The researchers received the best paper award for their proposed chiplet-enabled computer architecture.
Researchers increasingly are using artificial intelligence to help prepare for future pandemics.
The use of facial recognition software to expedite admission to venues like airports and theme parks is raising privacy and security concerns among experts.
An international team of researchers developed a vision-based algorithm enabling off-the-shelf quadruped robots to move from obstacle to obstacle autonomously and with agility.
A new proposal spells out the very specific ways companies should evaluate AI security and enforce censorship in AI models.
Public companies now must report material cybersecurity incidents within four business days.
An international research team reported that a robotic hand attached to a Swedish woman in 2017 has fully integrated with her nerves, bones, and muscles since the procedure.
Microsoft said its Project Silica glass media storage technology can retain roughly 1.75 million songs or about 3,500 movies on a palm-sized glass sheet for 10,000 years.
Scientists at the U.K.'s University of Southampton built a climate change-monitoring sensor that can be airlifted by drone onto glaciers to measure the effects of global warning.
Can the federal government protect K-12 schools and their students from cyberattacks?
A new study describes a method for faster and more precise diagnoses, which can help surgeons decide how aggressively to operate.
Pennsylvania State University' researchers emulated taste's influence on food cravings with an electronic "tongue" and "gustatory cortex" made from two-dimensional materials.
Researchers calculated a significant carbon footprint for some Internet service-providing satellite constellations.
Researchers explored how electrical stimulation in stick insects' leg muscles relate to the resulting torque for enabling precise motor control of hybrid insect-computer robots.
The study's authors concluded the sensors proved more effective at tracking the disease progression "than the conventionally used clinical rating scales."
Scientists are now leveraging defects in diamonds to construct quantum repeaters.
Technology companies last week reported the Internet's largest known denial of service (DoS) attack.
A team led by researchers at Johns Hopkins University developed a way to produce clear images of anyone's internal anatomy, no matter their skin tone.
Google's Project Green Light has partnered with 12 cities worldwide to provide artificial intelligence-based traffic signal timing recommendations.