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The software giant details how hackers are using easily available tools and non-existent job offers to trick developers and IT workers.
Analysts at Securonix discovered the attacks but couldn't attribute the campaign to any known threat actors, despite some similarities to past APT37 (Konni) attacks.
Scientists trained a machine learning tool to capture the physics of electrons moving on a lattice using far fewer equations than would typically be required, without sacrificing accuracy.
The biggest reason that "it's taking so long" is that it's hard.
Computer modeling determined the western U.S. power grid could be strained if electric vehicle owners primarily charging their vehicles at home overnight.
Siemens Digital Industries Software's new software system automates the design process for testing chips with several layers of silicon tiles.
Volvo Cars will soon become the first automaker to install laser-based sensors across its entire fleet.
Managing the security challenges of hybrid work environments.
Microsoft chief science officer Eric Horvitz said the rising capabilities of discriminative and generative artificial intelligence methods are reaching an inflection point.
A reporter and a photographer went for a ride in an experimental autonomous vehicle operated by the General Motors subsidiary Cruise. There were bumps in the road.
Fundamental problems elude many strains of deep learning, says LeCun, including the mystery of how to measure information.
...while trying to limit China's ability to develop its own.
Researchers were testing a social-scientific theory known as the "strength of weak ties."
Researchers have developed software to prevent whale deaths caused by underwater noise pollution interfering with their echolocation.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology engineers have developed a battery-free, wireless underwater camera.
Adam Day at U.K.-based data services company Clear Skies developed a software tool that highlights potentially bogus scientific papers.
Weill Cornell Medicine researchers created the CSVDriver software to identify cancer-generating structural variants from tumor samples via DNA sequence analysis.
Independent website Alt News has emerged as a leading debunker of misinformation in India, but highlighting hate speech against minorities has put it on a collision course with the government.
Researchers build algorithm to monitor feeds from heart rate, breathing rate, brain temperature, blood oxygen level, and other sensors.
An international team including researchers from Rice University and the Technical University of Vienna have developed a theoretical method for identifying novel materials with special electronic properties necessary for quantum…
Tech salaries in Philadelphia grew fastest this year than in Silicon Valley and other U.S. metro areas, rising nearly 12% to $142,000 compared with 15 other locations, according to Hired.com's annual worker/employer poll.
New platform allows automated analysis and lossless sharing of material exploration data in the form of knowledge graphs in electronic laboratory notebooks.
An international team of scientists developed a fleet of three-dimensional (3D) printing drones that can build and repair structures in flight.
Cornell University researchers have created wireless robots small enough to sit on a human hair that operate autonomously, using light as a power source.
Physicists have taken a step toward realizing a scalable quantum computer by transferring electrons across several micrometers on a quantum chip.
"We have never previously observed such a volume of cyberattacks, variety of threat actors, and coordination of effort," the report says; some U.S. institutions have been targeted.
New research suggests patiently correcting artificial intelligence (AI) when it asks dumb questions may be key to helping the technology learn.
Chinese team develops a wearable bioelectric mask that can sniff out diseases such as Covid-19 and influenza.
Microfluidic laboratories on chips proliferate.
Fick served in the U.S. Marine Corps and has extensive experience working in the private sector, including as CEO of the cybersecurity software company Endgame.