Researchers at Rice University, Texas Southern, the University of Michigan, and the University of Utah are developing the world's first fully programmable and observable wireless communications network in Salt Lake City.
Chinese researchers have developed a new method for improving how computers "see" and "understand" real-world objects by training their vision systems in virtual reality.
Twenty-four countries in the European Union recently signed a declaration to collaborate on a "European approach" to artificial intelligence so they can compete with bigger U.S. and Chinese technology firms.
In a development that could lead to washable, sensor-laden smart clothes and wearable electronics, researchers at the City University of Hong Kong have molded a rechargeable zinc-ion battery into an elastic yarn.
Researchers at the University of Sheffield are increasingly relying on graphics-processing unit (GPU) technology to supercharge their work with complex system simulations.
The call for an international legal framework governing cyberwarfare is gaining momentum.
Occupational therapist turned disability rights activist Alanna Raffel has spent her career thinking about accessibility. So for her 30th birthday last year, she turned her passion into action.
HopkinsPD uses smartphone sensors to reliably score symptom severity in patients with Parkinson's disease.
Researchers have won a Smart 50 Award for one of the 50 "most transformative smart projects each year."
Researchers have been working to enhance the U.S. biosurveillance system, which alerts authorities to disease outbreaks.
Fog computing offers a more effective way to address the challenges of distributed systems and Internet of Things devices.
Until April 15, here's a convenient excuse for any troubles in your life: It's all the fault of a quirk of the planetary dance that constantly unfolds across our solar system.
Researchers say a new encryption method that maximizes mobile device security for users still gives authorities a way to gain "exceptional access" in special circumstances.
Researchers have used kirigami in their execution of a project to build malleable electronic circuits, which could enhance smart apparel.
A new smart ink turns three-dimensionally-printed structures into objects that change shape and color.
Researchers say they have discovered a novel laser light sensing technology that is more robust and less expensive than conventional systems.
Researchers are using an 1816 legal precedent to track down stolen bitcoins.
A team of researchers have constructed a computer model of weather and bird migration to help prevent bird deaths by wind farms and buildings.