With China threatening to build the world's first exascale supercomputer before the US, the US Department of Energy has awarded a research grant to Hewlett Packard Enterprise to develop an exascale supercomputer reference design based on technology gleaned from the The Machine, a project that aims to "reinvent the fundamental architecture of computing."
Swiveling seats? Movies projected across the windshield? Social media feeds on the windows?
A new GitHub survey found open source development's popularity is tempered by poor documentation and provocation, mainly rudeness, among developers.
Researchers at Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University have proposed a new channel coding method for the fifth generation of wireless systems.
Researchers say they are developing computer tools to detect social bots within the World Wide Web that create and spread fake news.
Researchers have developed a semiconductor chip that runs artificial intelligence algorithms using ultra-low power.
U.S. government agencies require better tools and datasets to assess how artificial intelligence and other emerging technologies will impact the private-sector workforce.
Just months into its mission, the world's first quantum-communications satellite has achieved one of its most ambitious goals.
A buried line in a new Facebook report about chatbots' conversations with one another offers a remarkable glimpse at the future of language.
The first real computer, the ENIAC, was built in 1946. The first computer war game appeared two years later.
Microgrids can provide greater resiliency.
Google's DeepMind has developed a neural network that gives computers the ability to understand how different objects are related to each other.
Researchers think the field of merging quantum computing with machine learning may soon be ripe for commercialization.
Several new white papers describes the challenging threats to safety, security, and privacy via intelligent infrastructure.
A new graphene-based transistor could someday be used in computers that are 1,000 times faster and use one-100th of the power of conventional computer systems.
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The United States appears poised to heighten scrutiny of Chinese investment in Silicon Valley to better shield sensitive technologies seen as vital to U.S. national security, current and former U.S. officials tell Reuters.
Only metres away from the tourist throngs that bustle through Venice's crowded piazzas, the silence inside Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari is so profound it hurts the ears.
Researchers at the University of Cincinnati used "genetic fuzzy trees" to generate a 100% accurate predictive model of patient response to lithium.
The U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency is funding research on social networks.