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New technique could diminish errors that hamper the performance of super-fast analog optical neural networks.
Weiss said additional research is necessary to validate the deep learning model, which could ultimately serve as a decision-support tool for treating physicians.
Exploring the possibility that space-time somehow emerges from quantum information.
A software bill of materials lists the "ingredients" in a software product, making it easier to identify and avoid security risks.
A team of Cornell University researchers created the Notate interface to translate handwriting and sketches into computer code.
San Francisco's Board of Supervisors voted to grant city police the option to deploy potentially lethal robots in emergency situations.
Analysts at NordVPN found the average website has 48 trackers monitoring visitors' activity and recording their private data.
"Companies that are FIFA sponsors should bolster their security mechanisms and stay up to date on threat actors' tactics and techniques," said a CloudSEK researcher.
Legislating for cyberspace means establishing new legal frameworks and rethinking existing ones. The global picture is mixed.
Suffolk County officials had to return to the days of paper checks and faxes after an episode that exposed government weaknesses.
The U.S. National Aeronautics and Space Administration's Mars helicopter Ingenuity has flown its shortest-ever flight following a software update.
A machine learning algorithm autonomously classified 1,000 supernovae using data from the Zwicky Transient Facility sky survey instrument at Caltech's Palomar Observatory.
Researchers found Apple is collecting personally identifiable information from iPhones, despite the company’s promises that the devices' usage data is anonymous.
Self-driving eighteen-wheelers are on U.S. highways, but there are still human "safety drivers" behind the wheel. What will it take to get them out?
A programmer is suing Microsoft, GitHub, and OpenAI over artificial intelligence technology that generates its own computer code.
The 31-story JTC Summit smart office building in Singapore incorporates a network of approximately 60,000 sensors to collect data from various building systems.
Researchers have developed a system that can calculate energy consumption related to online advertising.
South Korea has launched its first autonomous urban patrol robot, which patrols the streets of Seoul monitoring in search of dangerous situations.
University of California, Los Angeles engineers have developed a new class of material.
The devices can be recharged with light.
Naver, a South Korean Internet firm, is trying to introduce robots into the world of cubicles and conference rooms without making employees uncomfortable.
Allen Mi and colleagues at Yale University warn that even carefully wiping quantum computers of data would not thwart its theft by hackers.
Engineers have developed an ultrafast electronic/photonic chip sandwich that generates minimal heat.
An experimental device under development by scientists at Australia's Macquarie University is designed to alert lifeguards when its wearer is drowning.
The new prefixes come at a time when scientists and industries are dealing with data that need measurements going beyond the current range.
Quantum computers, once thought to be "superior" to classical computers, increasingly are being seen as yet another accelerator for specialized problems, according to IBM.
A suspected cyberattack has disabled the Pacific island nation of Vanuatu's government since November 4.
An artificial intelligence (AI) model that makes suggestions to another AI generates results as good as if they were prompts from people.
Scientists are developing flexible wearable electronics that can monitor the wearer's health.
A dozen colleagues spoke about Hartmanis' significant contributions to the field of computer science.