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Researchers are developing an algorithm that can identify people by heartbeat.
Waymo has deployed fully driverless cars onto the streets of San Francisco to provide free rides to its employees.
A researcher found that Yandex, known as "Russia's Google," embedded code in apps for mobile devices that allows data to be sent to servers in Russia.
The opportunities seem endless. The reality is much more complicated.
A growing number of new products allow anyone to apply artificial intelligence without having to write a line of computer code. Proponents believe the "no-code" movement will change the world.
Victory marks milestone for AI as bridge requires more human skills than other strategy games
For years, the country has been trying to create its own sovereign Internet—a goal given new impetus by the backlash to its invasion of Ukraine.
The state of maritime monitoring hasn't changed much in generations. Pirates beware; AI is changing that.
An international team of researchers completed the decoding of the final 8% of the human genome.
To help combat discrimination in mortgage lending, a new process can remove bias from the data used to train machine learning models.
A sign language glossary features more than 500 new signs covering computer science, cybersecurity, data science, and software development.
A machine learning system developed by researchers at Japan's University of Tokyo can train a robot to peel a banana without crushing it.
Leading technologists and thinkers are concerned about technology's impact on our ethical thinking.
Specialized techniques may make it possible to induce selective 'amnesia' in machine learning models.
Why is it taking so long for autonomous vehicles to hit the road?