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New research warns 80% of the European Union's top pharmaceutical companies are "critically exposed" to cyberattack due to poor security postures.
Internet freedom is eroding on two fronts: the sheer number of efforts to block access to legitimate information, and the level of sophistication used.
Korean giant picks Taylor, just outside existing Austin base.
Inside a three-year competition that raises the question: How long until humans are obsolete?
A hacking group is targeting a broad range of organizations, taking advantage of vulnerabilities that have been patched but not yet updated.
The new 'Searchable Museum' will bring a trove of artifacts, stories, and images to the Internet.
Independent experts from NYU, UMass Amherst, Columbia, Marquette, and the ACLU are partnering with Gizmodo to responsibly publish this historic leak.
Joana Bruno at Spain's Autonomous University of Barcelona digitally replicated the faces of 36 people buried at the ancient European settlement of La Almoloya.
A new machine learning predictive model for hospitalized cancer patients integrates heterogeneous data in electronic health records.
The U.S. and U.K. will collaborate to strike back against mutual adversaries engaging in malicious cyber-activities.
Two robot waiters serve diners at the White Fox restaurant in Mosul, Iraq.
The SugarCoat tool developed by researchers at the University of California, San Diego and Brave Software can better protect users' private data as they browse the Web.
For years, the retail giant has handled your information less carefully than it handles your packages.
Publicly available language models systematically favor the language of young White men and discriminate in particular against young, non-White men.
ACM has named a team of Chinese researchers to receive the 2021 ACM Gordon Bell Prize for simulating a random quantum circuit in real time on a supercomputer.
Robots can navigate and avoid collisions using the sounds they produce through echolocation as bats do.
Real estate firm Zillow Group had looked to its digital home-flipping business Zillow Offers to lead its growth in the future, but that will not happen.
Morality is a thorny issue for machines, as scientists learned in testing Delphi, a system programmed to make moral judgments.
Detroit's two biggest car companies are looking to align with computer chip makers to develop and potentially manufacture chips.
IBM said new techniques for building the chip eventually will produce more qubits, when combined with advances in the quantum computer's refrigeration and control systems.
The researchers resolved a long-standing challenge in quantum optics.
The comments come days after mayor-elect Eric Adams said he would accept his first few paychecks as New York City's mayor in Bitcoin.
The automaker and GlobalFoundries have agreed to develop, and potentially produce, semiconductors in U.S. under a strategic pact.
When Apple announced its plan to scan iCloud Photos for child pornography, privacy groups were quick to condemn it.
A new artificial intelligence technique can identify possible atrial fibrillation, which can lead to blood clots and strokes.
California drone startup Zipline has signed a service agreement with Utah's Intermountain Healthcare to deliver medicine and other supplies to its Salt Lake City patients.
AT&T researchers found the BotenaGo malware botnet uses 33 exploits to attack millions of routers, modems, network attached storage, and Internet of Things devices.
New algorithms were designed to better engage online shoppers by ranking items using a combination of popularity and variety.
Many local governments see a silver lining in the shortage of semiconductor chips that has contributed to a slowdown in the global economy.