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The SugarCoat tool can protect users' private data while they browse the Web.
Researchers developed a computer simulation that taught a virtual robot arm outfitted with a table tennis racket how to return virtual ping pong balls.
Major employers in a variety of industries have signed up with the Data & Trust Alliance in an effort to prevent bias in artificial intelligence software used for hiring.
Many are Omicron variant cases in fully vaccinated students.
The ecommerce giant is closing down Alexa.com, an online service that the vast majority of Amazon customers are likely unaware even existed.
Such programs pay hackers to find vulnerabilities in networks
"AI will never be ethical," argued the Megatron-Turing Natural Language Generation model.
The 3D Scene Perception via Probabilistic Programming system helps machines perceive the world in a more human-like manner.
Computer scientists studying email service providers found high levels of concentration.
The Pyth blockchain-based technology service aims to provide data for diverse cryptocurrency projects in real time.
New technologies are being deployed to predict, monitor, and fight wildfires as their frequency and ferocity grow.
Medicare has extended coverage of remote health care. While telehealth removed barriers to care for many during the pandemic, some say there is more to be done.
Researchers designed a soft, legless robot that can hop and navigate obstacle courses.
Companies and governments scrambled this past weekend to patch a major bug in a piece of popular Internet software that security experts warned could grant hackers access to networks.
A new processing-in-memory (PIM) circuit adds neural network flexibility to PIM computing.
Many biometric identification innovations use facial recognition.
Robotic logistics is helping to mitigate labor shortages and other supply-chain disruptions in the U.K.
A New York City law requires algorithms used in hiring to be "audited" for bias. It's the first in the US—and part of a larger push toward regulation.
The world is set to generate an astronomical amount of digital information. To get a handle on it, start with a grain of rice.
The DoJ's task force is changing the landscape around hackers, but will it be enough?
Naturally, rumors are spreading about the origins of Bitcoin.
Scientists have built the WildfireDB dataset for simulating the spread of wildfires to help study wildfires and guide emergency response and evacuations.
Researchers developed the ThreeDWorld platform to simulate high-fidelity audio and visual environments.
Researchers at the Israeli firm MeaTech 3D said they have grown a 4-ounce steak in a lab, the largest produced thus far.
Artificial intelligence-equipped cameras have spotted more than 270,000 drivers using phones while driving in New South Wales, Australia, since March 2020.
In this piece, we'll use a plain example to illustrate the existing types of DDoS attacks, and how businesses try to fend them off.
Strange fractional electrons are crucial to many chemical reactions, but traditional methods cannot model them, a problem DeepMind used machine learning to fix.
Seventy percent of study participants believe AI is a single program that can perform a broad range of tasks, like autocompleting sentences.
A performance called FOREST is exploring trust through creative collaboration.
Many solar and wind projects face a problem: getting the energy from where it's made to where it's needed.