Three-dimensional scanning can be used to protect or rebuild historic structures, but who owns that digital data?
Forced errors focus attention on neural network quirks.
A new proof supports a 25-year-old claim of the unique power of quantum computing.
A few weeks ago, a group of researchers from Google's artificial-intelligence subsidiary, DeepMind, published a paper in the journal Science that described an A.I. for playing games.
New global positioning system technology will be deployed on rail systems in the U.K. starting in January.
A new machine learning algorithm can crack most text-based CAPTCHAs within 0.05 seconds.
A new "battery-less" wake-up timer substantially lowers the power consumption of silicon chips for Internet of Things sensor nodes.
The three scientists who co-created the Julia programming language will be awarded the 2019 James H. Wilkinson Prize for Numerical Software.
Toyota envisions robots becoming commonplace in homes as companions to senior citizens.
The spacecraft team that brought us close-ups of Pluto will ring in the new year by exploring an even more distant and mysterious world.
The U-boat seems to loom out of the blackness, careening to starboard, as if to avoid a collision.
Urban 'flying car' technology is almost here, but with proponents haunted by a 1977 helicopter crash, getting safety right is the top priority.
Radio-frequency identification tags may be used to track movement.
Artificial intelligence innovations have created new threats to health data privacy against which current laws and regulations cannot adequately safeguard.
Researchers have found that hundreds of small robots can work in a team to create biology-inspired shapes without an underlying master plan.
A neuro-inspired hardware-software co-design approach could make neural network training more energy-efficient and faster.
In early December, researchers at DeepMind, the artificial-intelligence company owned by Google's parent corporation, Alphabet Inc., filed a dispatch from the frontiers of chess.
The new law, called the National Quantum Initiative Act, allocates up to $1.2 billion in funding to keep American quantum information science competitive on the global scale.
New software can animate the central character in a photograph while leaving the rest of the image untouched.
Google is helping preserve Brazil's National Museum via a virtual exhibition, three months after the institution's destruction by fire.