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A new machine learning tool uses data from hyperspectral satellites to automatically detect methane plumes from space.
Ken Goldberg at the University of California, Berkeley, and colleagues developed a robot system to efficiently pick up strewn clothes.
Researchers demonstrated a lower-power method for transmitting data at close range while maintaining high throughput using electric, rather than electromagnetic, waves.
University of Massachusetts Amherst researchers found that reaction time potentially could be used to measure presence (immersive engagement) with mixed reality technology.
Built-in content credentials verifies photos' authenticity.
The Big Apple fields an action plan for artificial intelligence.
The company's C.E.O. bet it all on a new kind of chip. Now that Nvidia is one of the biggest companies in the world, what will he do next?
The agreement comes three weeks before the Online News Act rules come into force.
Researchers found drones with automated external defibrillators arrived at the scene of a suspected cardiac arrest more than 3 minutes before ambulances in 67% of cases examined.
The ongoing conflict between the U.S. and China over semiconductor chip production is expected to ramp up as the U.S. seeks a competitive edge in advanced packaging.
Researchers found vulnerabilities in several laptop makers’ implementations of Windows Hello, the biometric login feature built into Windows.
Meta said in a statement the complaint misrepresents its work over the past decade to make the online experience safe for teens, noting it has "over 30 tools to support them and their parents."
A team of researchers demonstrated that training machine learning models with synthetic images can outperform traditional training methods using real images.
Northeastern University researchers said over-the-air spectroscopy could enable next-generation 6G networks to monitor climate change and air pollution.
A machine learning model developed by University of Texas at Arlington (UTA) researchers can better predict cancer cure rates.
Shining a light on light-based computing.
OpenAI's leadership drama is the latest flare-up in the raging debate between AI's safety-first technocrats and its libertarian techno-optimists.
Researchers say a majority of the world’s most popular websites put users and their data at risk by failing to meet minimum password requirement standards.
Computer scientists developed a technique to manage mobile network demand by multiple Internet of Things devices using terahertz frequencies.
Agencies are using "traitors" to find hotspot hideouts of invasive carp that are threatening the Great Lakes.
Citrix Bleed, a critical flaw in Citrix Systems software, is being exploited by government-backed hackers and critical groups.
A study of job advertisements on Meta's Facebook identified potentially discriminatory employment ads with images of people that overrepresented or excluded certain demographics.
The South Korean government is allowing authorized autonomous robots to drive along the country's sidewalks.
Seeking to explain the unanticipated abilities of large language models.
In Pennsylvania and elsewhere, A.I. is being applied to the nation's aging infrastructure. Is that wise?
The company codes its devices with software that complicates repairs by triggering safety warnings and malfunctions.
Apple will adopt a technological standard next year that will allow text messaging to operate more smoothly between its iOS devices and Android devices.
A team led by scientists at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute has three-dimensionally (3D) printed hair follicles in lab-grown human skin tissue.
Researchers demonstrated improved training of machine learning models using a method that combines the best features of classical and quantum computers.
Quantum computers are prone to errors due to the sensitivity of qubits to environmental noise. Can cat qubits help build fault-tolerant quantum computers?