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The attack crippled the country's customs and taxes platforms alongside several other government agencies, even bringing down one Costa Rican town's energy supplier.
Drone makers are donating, or selling at cost, unmanned aerial drones to Ukraine.
The facial recognition software maker is largely prohibited from selling its database of photos to private companies.
Some care facilities are giving older adults a way to visit their pasts to boost their well-being.
A new machine learning system may someday help driverless cars predict the next moves of nearby drivers, pedestrians, and cyclists in real-time.
Dartmouth College researchers found that smartphone technology and artificial intelligence could be employed as an "early detection system" for mental health issues.
Apple, Google, and Microsoft are launching a "joint effort" to "expand support for a common password-less sign-in standard created by the FIDO Alliance and the World Wide Web Consortium."
A new artificial intelligence algorithm can identify patients with weak heart pumps based on single-lead ECG tracings from an Apple Watch.
Audio recorders have reliably identified birds in Norwegian forests by their songs.
An international team of researchers has modeled digital twins of diseases, in order to improve diagnosis and treatment.
Researchers at cybersecurity software company SentinelOne reported two high-severity bugs in Avast and AVG antivirus products that have gone undetected for a decade.
Together, the papers revolutionized both the theory and practice of nonblocking algorithms.
In 1969, he was part of a team of young engineers who built the first machine to switch data among computers using the Arpanet, the precursor to the Internet.
Facebook's parent company is inviting researchers to pore over and pick apart the flaws in its version of GPT-3.
A tremendous surge in VPN downloads represents a challenge to Putin and his version of the Ukraine war.
Co-faculty advisor Mary Lauren Benton said she thinks more female role models are needed in the field to encourage women to believe computer science is a viable choice for them.
Researchers say people could use interactive tools to navigate, save, and tailor online content to extract meaning from big data.
University of Pittsburgh researchers have developed a tracking system to monitor the migration of monarch butterflies to specific mountain peaks in central Mexico.
Researchers in China demonstrated the ability of an autonomous flying drone swarm to navigate a thick forest it had never before encountered.
Researchers at security firm Nozomi Networks identified an unpatched vulnerability in third-party code libraries used by 200 hardware and software vendors.
Institutions are leading projects with community partners to expand high-speed Internet access.
Weiss is also co-leading a project to help the U.S. National Science Foundation set priorities for computer science education research.
A new qubit breakthrough could transform quantum computing.
While Ireland's datacenters consume a lot of power (more than 1,000 GW in Q4'21), they account for only a small proportion of the country's carbon output.
An international research team lleveraged machine learning to model how waves break, which could help improve the design of offshore structures and climate prediction.
The municipal government in Beijing, China, has granted permits to Baidu and Pony.ai to operate robotaxis without human drivers on open roads in the city.
An Advanced Persistent Threat gang discovered by researchers at security company Mandiant is penetrating corporate networks to steal Exchange emails from those involved in corporate transactions.
Researchers used machine learning and anonymized data to better understand drug and alcohol abuse in developing countries.
Is the U.S. at risk of Russian cyberattacks related to Ukraine?
Two independent teams show neutral ytterbium-171 atoms can be trapped and used for quantum information processing, bringing quantum computers based on this platform a step closer to reality.