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Machine learning algorithms in a smartphone application analyze people's voices to identify those in the early stages of Parkinson's disease or severe COVID-19 lung infections.
All major product areas are now available more quickly than they were.
Alibaba, Biren Technology, and other Chinese chip designers are taking steps to avoid U.S. sanctions by changing their chip designs to lower processing speeds.
Louisiana State University's Abe Baggili and colleagues tested the security of immersive virtual reality and X-reality systems for weaknesses.
Amazon has rolled out a new warehouse robot in order to automate more jobs as the company seeks to reduce logistics costs.
Getting good answers from an artificial intelligence can be a tricky task, and now researchers have found that an AI is better at asking questions of another AI than people are.
Semiconductor lead times are now 1.5 weeks below the record highs set in May.
As demand for electric vehicles has grown in recent years, it is unclear whether supply eventually will bottleneck or if raw material suppliers can catch up.
A robot fish that won the 2022 Natural Robotics Contest has been developed into a functioning prototype that can collect microplastics from waterways.
Researchers used machine learning to determine why two populations of flycatchers that evolved on different Solomon Islands separately developed all-black plumage.
Industrial Control Systems advisories from the U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency focus on vulnerabilities in software from ETIC Telecom, Nokia, and Delta Industrial Automation.
The Infinite Conversation website features a nonstop "chat" between artificial intelligence versions of German director Werner Herzog and Slovenian philosopher Slavoj Žižek.
Awofisayo is pushing to give women and non-binary students space in the tech industry because of the diversity needed.
If you want your digital information to be secure, you must implement post-quantum cryptography now, according to some leaders in the field.
Researchers who study disinformation said most efforts to stoke doubt about results had failed to spread widely.
The rapid collapse of FTX, built by the billionaire Sam Bankman-Fried, suggests that no company in the freewheeling, loosely regulated crypto industry is safe.
Lattice cryptography promises to protect secrets from the attacks of far-future quantum computers.
It's a step closer to the goal of having a 4,000-plus qubit system by 2025.
A team of researchers at the U.S Department of Energy's Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory will receive the 2023 SIAM/ACM Prize in Computational Science and Engineering.
A team of researchers has developed a machine learning method for the real-time assessment of road base compaction quality.
Lego is offering visitors to the Minifigure Factory experience at the Lego House in Billund, Denmark, the chance to buy a limited-edition 3D-printed plastic duck.
Researchers are using artificial intelligence to create recipes, complete with appetizing photos and back stories. But Thanksgiving poses a challenge.
A senior CISA official said the agency was "aware" of the claim by Russian hackers, but refrained from pinning the outage on a specific actor.
An exhibition at New York City's Museum of Modern Art explores how video games connect people and create communities.
Shift Robotics has unveiled what it calls the "world's fastest shoes," which allow wearers to "walk at the speed of a run" via a combination of artificial intelligence and machine learning.
OpenSSL encryption library developer Open SSL Project issued a patch to correct two high-severity vulnerabilities that could enable remote code execution or website crashes.
The Justice Department called the seizure the largest involving cryptocurrency in its history and the second-largest financial seizure ever.
Increasingly, sensors and other Internet of Things devices will be powered by ambient energies.
The move comes after a newspaper report alleging politicians and business people have been under state surveillance.