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The proposed deal would give Nvidia control over computing technology and designs on which rival firms rely.
Surveillance robot could help reduce disease spread and also aid contact tracing.
"Social determinants of health have really come to the forefront in terms of who has been most greatly impacted."
Artificial intelligence trained on computer-generated images of analog clocks captured at different angles learned to read the time.
On-chip frequency shifters can convert light in the gigahertz frequency range using continuous and single-tone microwaves.
Architects and engineers could design truss structures minimizing embodied carbon by using a new set of computational tools.
A mainstay of the Internet is regularly used to build audiences for people and organizations pushing false and misleading information.
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The Nissan demonstration is the largest of its type in Japan to date.
The takedowns described in the company's monthly threat report demonstrate how the cat-and-mouse game between Facebook and bad actors is escalating.
A team scoured the human proteome for antimicrobial molecules and found thousands, plus a surprise about how animals evolved to fight infections.
A relatively simple quantum computer design that uses a single atom to manipulate photons could be constructed with currently available components.
As many as seven in 10 cryptocurrency trades on popular exchanges worldwide may involve people purchasing from themselves to inflate prices artificially.
A new U.K. government standard for transparency requires ministers and public entities to disclose the underlying architecture of algorithms they use for decision-making.
Engineers have proposed a simpler design for quantum computers by harnessing a laser to manipulate an atom and alter photonic states through quantum teleportation.
A report by the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation estimated that nearly a third of the U.S. workforce has limited or no digital skills.
A researcher at the University of Twente in the Netherlands has developed a wearable mobile mapping system.
Experts said the decision by the regulator was a significant one.
Transactions for properties in digital realms are jumping, guided by the same principle in the physical world: location, location, location.
Errors and biases in artificial intelligence systems often reflect the data used to train them.
The cost of powering streaming and other rapidly growing online services will not "take down the Internet."
A heads-up look at augmented reality head-up displays.