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Valérie Issarny, a director of research at France's National Institute for Research in Digital Science and Technology (Inria), passed away on November 12.
Not this time, but artificial intelligence is churning out articles, illustrations, fake product reviews and even videos.
Scientists have enabled a low-cost and relatively small legged robot to adapt to obstacles.
Semiconductor giant Intel claims its FakeCatcher technology can detect whether videos are genuine or deepfakes with 96% accuracy in real time.
The Pacific island-nation of Tuvalu intends to replicate itself in the metaverse, to preserve its history and culture amid threatened submersion by rising sea levels.
The international team demonstrated a groundbreaking mesh refinement capability.
MinChan Kim, 18, is the pilot to watch when the Drone Racing League returns to NBC Sports this weekend.
Recently released city-building strategy game Floodland has a post-apocalyptic storyline in which players must rebuild society following a catastrophic climate event.
Researchers used artificial intelligence to design an invisibility cloak to conceal antennas or small communication devices from infrared light or microwave detectors.
The National Football League has expanded its partnership with top research universities to gather data from on-field head impacts to inform injury reduction programs.
The munchable machine could be used in rescue missions.
Christopher Wray voices concerns over a proposed deal to allow the continued operation of the Chinese-owned app in the U.S.
Some workers allegedly accepted thousands of dollars in bribes.
Robotic fabrics sense motion and movements, and adapt accordingly.
The Frontier system at the U.S. Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory remained the world's top supercomputer on the 60th Top500 list.
Italy has banned the use of facial recognition technology and "smart glasses," except when used in judicial investigations or the fight against crime.
Scientists taught an artificial intelligence a second distinct task without overwriting connections learned from a first task, through the use of simulated sleep.
Scientists, students, and administrative staff are working to bring about a cultural shift to mitigate the impact of research on the environment.
U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency director Jern Easterly said ransomware and other cyber threats targeting primary and secondary schools are "here to stay."
The real challenge is how quickly high-speed chargers will need to deliver electricity at a single place and time.
Major technology companies have announced hiring pauses or job reductions amid tepid consumer spending, mounting inflation, and a strengthened dollar undermining sales overseas.
Princeton University's Adji Bousso Dieng and Dan Friedman have developed a diversity score for artificial intelligence to help detect bias.
A new study evaluates how six simple interventions, including quizzing students on academic honesty, appear to have reduced cheating in a computer science course.
Minister for Home Affairs Clare O'Neil said around 100 officers of the Australian Federal Police and the Australian Signals Directorate would participate in the new partnership.
An optical data link was demonstrated over 10km (more than six miles) of open air in a field experiment in the Netherlands.
The company will change its location tracking disclosures in 2023.
A new report finds that municipal agencies in Washington deploy dozens of automated decision systems, often without residents' knowledge.
The U.K.'s Home Office says it will soon require people facing deportation to carry a global positioning system (GPS)-enabled fingerprint scanner at all times.
The sci-fi-themed online game Dark Forest operates on a blockchain, meaning no one can manipulate its outcome.