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The controversy over Project Maven shows the department has a serious trust problem. This is an attempt to fix that.
QuEra's new technology comes from researchers at Harvard and MIT.
Worker shortages continue, even as employment subsidies fall off. As the economy recovers, certain jobs are being permanently replaced by collaborative robots.
Apple noted the program is "intended for individual technicians with the knowledge and experience to repair electronic devices."
The vulnerability allows an attacker with physical access to the CPU to bypass the security measures protecting some of its most sensitive data.
Researchers in Japan used the world's most powerful astronomical supercomputer to simulate a planet moving away from its initial formation site.
A battery-free body area network integrates advanced metamaterials into flexible textiles to facilitate communication between garments and nearby devices.
Stanford University researchers have combined optics and artificial intelligence to improve holographic displays for virtual and augmented reality experiences.
The team's logic gate comprised two sensor domains designed to respond to two inputs—light and the drug rapamycin.
The list of passwords was compiled in partnership with independent researchers specializing in research of cybersecurity incidents. They evaluated a 4TB database.
Rice University hashing method slashes cost of implementing differential privacy.
Hackers put companies under intense pressure to pay ransoms quickly to get their computers systems back online.
Most of the wealth created since 1971 is a result of Intel's 4004 microprocessor.
Researchers say they have discovered over a dozen software vulnerabilities that could be used to crash medical devices and other equipment.
Researchers have trained a generative adversarial network to create refractory high-entropy alloys that can maintain their strength in ultra-high temperatures.
Stanford University researchers have created a catalogue of the physical and intellectual details of 100 everyday household tasks, to set benchmarks for domestic robots.
Why was the social media service and its related properties out of service for hours, frustrating users and Facebook engineers alike?
Said Satoshi Matsuoka, director of RIKEN R-CCS, "Fugaku has once again proven most powerful in a wide range of areas."
IBM CEO Arvind Krishna told "Axios on HBO," "It is impossible to simulate it on something else, which implies it's more powerful than anything else."
U.S. cities and service contractors use flying drones, crawling robots, and remote-operated swimming machines to explore, diagnose, and fix municipal sewer systems.
A study found both true and untrue viral news spread through Twitter at the same speed, breadth, and depth.
A novel robotic hand can change a grasped object's orientation without letting go.
More than a third of 1,000 surveyed women in the technology sector intend to quit in the next two years, driven by the pandemic and gender inequality.
Researchers have mapped the global pathways of nitrogen and pathogens from human wastewater.
Lawmakers want social networks to offer users a chronological timeline. Leaked documents help to explain why Facebook doesn't.
A nation's scientists took to social media in response to criticism of their research, with surprising results. Sami Syrjämäki describes what happened.
Digitally encoded information has been transmitted wirelessly using nuclear radiation.
A new system can enable robotic hands to handle more than 2,000 different objects.
A neural network model developed by researchers at Canada's University of Waterloo enables computer-based analysis of text in 11 African languages.
A computational model shows how using vehicle-to-grid technology to store electricity in electric vehicles, selling it back to the utility as needed, can improve local electric grid stability.