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CLL-Pre-Diagnostic Lymphocytosis app helps doctors ID people at risk of infection following diagnosis of chronic lymphocytic leukemia.
Packages found in the official third-party software repository include loglib-modules, pyg-modules, pygrata, pygrata-utils, and hkg-sol-utils.
Retailer Walmart said it has deployed a system for transitioning between cloud providers and its own servers, demonstrating a means of becoming less reliant on technology behemoths.
Captions are becoming more widely available to people with hearing loss who use videoconferencing platforms, streaming services, social media video, and smartphone apps.
In the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court ruling overturning Roe v. Wade, the developers of some period-tracking and fertility apps are looking to secure users' data.
Researchers have developed a method of calculating the carbon emissions of artificial intelligence systems that boasts greater accuracy.
Luxury brands are using blockchain technology to shield their products from counterfeiting.
Advanced technologies are revealing previously hidden masterpieces.
The team named the combination of data from different MRI methods with multiclass machine learning 'radiophysiomics.'
A general-purpose optimizer aims to speed development of autonomous robotic systems by using an optimization code that automatically determines how to boost performance.
Vulnerabilities in hot tub manufacturer Jacuzzi's SmartTub Internet interface compromised the data of owners worldwide.
IBM's Artificial Intelligence Fairness 360 toolkit has confirmed the existence of bias in digital advertising.
The CHIPS Act is intended to shore up America's flagging chip industry as a hedge against China's accelerated development of its own semiconductor capabilities.
GitHub Copilot, launched last week, acts like a predictive-text feature to help ease the process of writing long lines of computer code.
Global Internet access monitor NetBlocks confirmed that several government networks were disrupted alongside public and private internet infrastructure.
Sweden's autonomous-truck startup Einride AB, working in partnership with GE Appliances, will test self-driving freight vehicles on U.S. roadways .
Fireflies inspired researchers to build flying, light-emitting robots that facilitate motion tracking and communication.
Microsoft's termination of the Internet Explorer browser has sparked panic among businesses and government agencies in Japan that delayed updating their websites.
Autonomous trucks that mostly stick to highways could make sense, both technologically and economically, in ways robotaxis have not.
Delays in setting up the spacecraft's navigation software mean the mission may not reach the asteroid until 2029 or 2030, rather than 2026.
Quantum computing is the most underrated, most transformational technological breakthrough since the Internet.
The Pentagon cited supposed threats from China as a key motivator for ramping up "responsible" military applictions for artificial intelligence.
Intelligent beings learn by interacting with the world. Artificial intelligence researchers have adopted a similar strategy to teach their virtual agents new skills.
Scientists have constructed an atomic-scale silicon quantum processor to model the behavior of an organic molecule.
The growing threat of wildfires in the U.S. has created opportunities for technology companies offering artificial intelligence solutions to help bring them under control.
Princeton University's Arvind Narayanan and colleagues found 75% of 120 top-ranked English-language websites permit weak passwords.
Photo- and video-sharing platform Instagram has started using age verification tools to prevent account holders under 18 years old from changing their ages to over 18.
Microsoft India group head and director of government affairs Ashutosh Chadha said cybercrime costs economies more than $6 trillion (Rs. 4.6 crore crore) each year.
Artificial intelligence use is booming, but it's not the secret weapon you might imagine.
National Geographic Museum's virtual-reality experience opens up the Egyptian pharaoh's tomb.