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New technology solutions allow users to 'touch' the virtual.
Tally includes broken vases, dislocated shoulders, injured girlfriends; "Why don't you go to the gym like a normal person?"
And we thought cookies were dangerous enough.
Intelligence assessments suggest that a Russian invasion of Ukraine would most likely be preceded by cyberattacks on the country.
The antigenic cartography algorithm, which can two-dimensionally map laboratory data on viral strains, has helped scientists keep up with genetic variants.
Six 7-Eleven stores in Tokyo, Japan, will soon feature floating holographic displays that will allow customers to check out without any physical contact.
Physicists have proposed a new scalable quantum computing architecture using trapped ions.
A new method of lie detection developed by researchers at Israel's Tel Aviv University uses electrodes affixed to the face to determine if someone is lying.
Factories and other industrial users ordered 28% more robots last year than in 2020, according to data compiled by the Association for Advancing Automation.
The software recall covers some 2016-2022 Model S and Model X, 2017-2022 Model 3 and 2020-2022 Model Y vehicles.
Researchers at Austria's TU Wien have demonstrated that neural networks can be used to simulate "quark-gluon plasma" to study the Big Bang.
In a poll of 14,000 technology workers from 131 countries, nearly two-thirds of respondents said bias is an issue in tech recruitment.
A machine learning framework developed by researchers at the University of Maryland aims to accelerate the design of soft machines.
Data, privacy, trust, and sustainability feature prominently as researchers look to the year ahead.
A focus on causality is promising to help researchers overcome shortcomings that have bedeviled more traditional approaches to artificial intelligence.
Digital twins aim to model reality so we can see how it changes.
Advancements in AI, machine learning, and next-gen technologies are transforming the fight against world hunger.