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Many sites get at least half their traffic from search engines. Fuller results generated by new chatbots could mean far fewer visitors.
Startups say Microsoft and its Bing chatbot—not just Google—are stifling competition when it comes to creating better search engines.
In addition to his scientific achievements, Ziv will be remembered for his kindness, generosity, and dedication to the next generation of scientists.
Scientists at the University of South Australia are creating virtual reality maps of forest plantations to advance forestry management.
Researchers developed a device that could enable multiple quantum computers to be networked together by converting quantum outputs into light signals that can travel through optical fibers.
Chatbots have become a new political weapon, with conservatives aiming to design bots reflecting their values amid accusations that artificial intelligence companies instill liberal bias in their programs.
Researchers used eye-tracking software to analyze building inspectors' gaze patterns to gain insights into safety assessment behaviors.
Advances in artificial intelligence tools that can code could improve productivity, but portend disruption.
Keirzo has absorbed recordings of a range of different drummers, and is practicing and merging various techniques to develop its own playing style.
More than 1,000 tech leaders, researchers, and others signed an open letter urging a moratorium on the development of the most powerful artificial intelligence systems.
New York's Mineola school district has boosted the numbers of its students taking computer science by infusing the subject into curricula as early as pre-kindergarten.
Participants of the Pwn2Own software exploitation conference hacked technology from automaker Tesla twice at the Zero Day Initiative's Pwn2Own software exploitation conference.
Wenlong Li and colleagues at Singapore's Nanyang Technological University have transformed Venus flytraps into biological robots.
History is littered with predictions about virtual reality worlds that were going to change everything.
Disputed Google research is receiving further scrutiny, despite the company's inaction in open-sourcing its data or source code as promised.
The Biden administration says commercial spyware has proliferated in recent years with few controls and a high risk of abuse.
Washington seeks to steer the semiconductor supply chain using 'guardrails' under the Chips Act.
Media executives want compensation for use of their content in ChatGPT, Bing and Bard.
White House bans federal agencies from using spyware that poses national security and human rights risks in the U.S.
New research has found that as of August 2022, there were only 34 accredited computer science teachers in Ireland.
Utah's Governor Spencer J. Cox signed a social media bill that could restrict access to applications like TikTok and Instagram by children and adolescents.
Software developer hosting service GitHub launched a new version of its Copilot coding assistant powered by the Generative Pre-trained Transformer 4 (GPT-4) multimodal large language model.
North Carolina State University researchers have created a caterpillar-like soft robot that can locomote forward, backward, and duck under cramped areas.
Simple robots wander NYC asking for trash and recycling, and it's adorable.
Machine learning researchers have struggled over the past couple of decades to capture the flexibility of human knowledge in computer models.
Machine Learning increasingly is being used to aid material discovery, since it can drastically speed up the process
Plus: ChatGPT is about to revolutionize the economy. We need to decide what that looks like.
In its bid to catch up with Starlink, the company plans to build as many as four satellites a day.
With Microsoft's HoloLens and a special application developed by MIT researchers, AR can be used to find hidden objects.
VR therapy has been studied since the 1990s. But as of 2023, we're still talking about its potential.