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Artificial intelligence software can create a video montage from a few typed words.
The European Union has announced sanctions against the Russian military intelligence service, and North Korean and Chinese companies, for alleged cyberattacks.
Amazon Web Services and Vector, the New Zealand electricity and gas distribution company, have partnered to develop an Internet of Things and analytics solution for the energy sector.
Researchers are using computer models to determine how the coronavirus moves through a community, building, or small group of people.
Researchers at the University of Chicago want you to be able to post selfies without worrying that the next Clearview AI will use them to identify you.
Meet Erica, an android believed to be Hollywood's first fully autonomous artificially intelligent actor. Can she overcome the uncanny valley?
As lawmakers debate whether Apple, Google, Facebook, and Amazon are monopolies, a reporter recalls her attempt to avoid interacting with the companies.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has filed suit against Google for allegedly misleading millions of Australian account holders about the use of their personal data.
University of Michigan researchers have reduced the power requirements of neural interfaces by an estimated 90% while enhancing their accuracy in identifying intention.
A national mentoring program in Israel aims to encourage girls currently enrolled in technologically oriented classes in school to pursue positions in the field during and after their military service.
Researchers at Oregon Health & Science University have built three-dimensionally printed bricks that can be used to heal broken bones and damaged soft tissue.
NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory received 572 entries from 82 countries in a contest to generate ideas for replacing traditional spacecraft sensors in its future Venus rover.
Researchers trained an artificial intelligence program to recognize and characterize prostate cancer, achieving the highest accuracy rate to date.
The automaker's Project Artemis aims to overtake Tesla as the industry leader in software.
Chips designed specifically to model the neurons and synapses in the human brain are poised to change computing in profound ways.
Experts agree technology causes some negative behaviors, but they are divided on how bad the problem is.
Motion pictures are using new techniques in computer-generated imagery to create feature-length performances by convincingly "de-aged" actors.