Researchers in Germany say they have developed a computational method for reconstructing a digital object from incomplete images.
Researchers at North Carolina State University have found that auto-fix tools are effective ways to get programmers to make relevant upgrades.
President Xi Jinping called Wednesday for the ruling Communist Party to lead development of Chinese technology industries, an area fraught with trade tensions and complaints that Beijing encourages theft of foreign know-how.
When David Stinson finished high school, in Grand Rapids, Michigan, in 1977, the first thing he did was get a job building houses.
The Supreme Court on Monday agreed to decide whether federal prosecutors can force technology companies to turn over data stored outside the United States.
Researchers say they have taught computers to decipher previously inaccessible information from x-ray data and apply it to decoding three-dimensional nanoscale structures.
Researchers say the Energy Sciences Network's Science DMZ architecture for rapidly and securely transferring large datasets could be adapted to fulfill the needs of the medical research community.
Researchers have built a brain-to-tweet interface that predicts the song a finch is going to sing a fraction of a second before it does so.
Apple's recent wireless charging announcements highlight how far the tech has come—and how far it needs to go.
For the first time, NASA scientists have detected light tied to a gravitational-wave event, thanks to two merging neutron stars in the galaxy NGC 4993, located about 130 million light-years from Earth in the constellation Hydra.
Think of the Milky Way—or search for pictures of it online—and you'll see images of a standard spiral galaxy viewed face-on, a sprawling pinwheel of starlight and dust containing hundreds of billions of stars. These images, however, are mostly make-believe.
Researchers are experimenting with artificial intelligence-based techniques for automatically generating convincing online reviews, such as bogus restaurant critiques.
Stanford University Artificial Intelligence Lab director Fei-Fei Li advocates for more human-centered AI and the benefits it can yield.
A team of scientists has received a grant from the U.S. Office of the Director of National Intelligence to create an information retrieval and translation system for obscure languages.
The Computing Community Consortium on October 23-24 will host the "Computing Research: Addressing National Priorities and Societal Needs Symposium."
Researchers have trained an algorithm to identify hate speech by comparing what differentiates text that includes hate speech from text that does not contain hate speech.
Researchers have developed a dial that will switch a smart car's setting from "full altruist" to "full egoist," with the middle setting being impartial.
When North Korean hackers tried to steal $1 billion from the New York Federal Reserve last year, only a spelling error stopped them.
On Wednesday, the exterior of Twitter's San Francisco headquarters bore an eerie message: "Ban Russian Bots." Someone—the company doesn't know who—projected the demand onto the side of its building.
Imagine super-fast computers that can solve problems much quicker than machines today.