As NASA's twin Voyager spacecraft were changing our understanding of the solar system, they also spurred a leap in spacecraft communications.
In World War II, the Allies employed all kinds of sneaky tricks to deceive their enemies into thinking they had more troops and weapons at their disposal than they actually had.
Researchers at the University of Washington currently hold the record for the amount of information stored in and retrieved from DNA molecules.
Imperial College London professor Erol Gelenbe says artificial neural networks can ease language translation by executing a three-step process.
A German journalist and data scientist say they were able to easily obtain the "anonymous" online browsing information of more than 3 million Germans.
ClothCapture is new technology that can digitally capture clothing on moving people, turn it into a three-dimensional digital platform, and dress virtual avatars with it.
Researchers have developed a cellphone-based system that can automatically retouch images.
Researchers have created an artificial iris that can react to light to the same degree as a human eye.
There are few places in the world that can accommodate a radio telescope.
When the chief of Microsoft Ukraine switched jobs to work for President Petro Poroshenko, he found that everyone in the office used the same login password.
Researchers have developed a method for harnessing living cells to perform computations using self-assembling designer RNA circuits.
Researchers have demonstrated that quantum computing could be useful for speeding up the solutions to "semidefinite programs."
Researchers at Salesforce have developed a method that could improve the performance of modern language programs.
The toughest thing to convey to newcomers at the DefCon Voting Village in Las Vegas this weekend? Just how far they could go with hacking voting machines set up on site.
Using technology to make parking easier.
Humanity's farthest and longest-lived spacecraft, Voyager 1 and 2, achieve 40 years of operation and exploration this August and September. Despite their vast distance, they continue to communicate with NASA daily, still probing the final frontier.
Loosely modeled after the brain, deep neural networks are spurring innovation across science.
To get computers to think like humans, we need a new artificial intelligence paradigm, one that places "top down" and "bottom up" knowledge on equal footing.
Software verification helps find the faults, preventing hacks.
A clutch of companies are changing how work gets done---by using virtual reality and augmented reality technologies.