Researchers at the University of New South Wales in Australia have demonstrated a compact sensor for accessing information stored in the electrons of individual atoms.
Stanford University researchers have developed an electronic glove equipped with sensors that could give robotic hands human dexterity.
In response to the diminishing supply of immigrant labor, the U.S. agriculture sector is increasingly turning to robots that can do the work traditionally done by humans.
Cornell University researchers found people who read choices online digested information nine times faster than those who heard them listed by a smart speaker product.
The latest iteration of the biannual Top500 ranking found China has increased its domestic supercomputer installations to more than twice the number found in the U.S.
The new Mars lander will begin investigating the planet's interior in several months, after deploying and calibrating a burrowing heat probe and a suite of seismometers.
A decade ago, quantum computing was still something of a parlor game.
The 416 new Fellows include 20 in the Section on Information, Computing & Communication.
In 2003, Jay Siegel was up for a new challenge. Siegel was a tenured professor of chemistry at the University of California, San Diego, but he took a job at the University of Zurich.
NASA's InSight has sent signals to Earth indicating that its solar panels are open and collecting sunlight on the Martian surface.
Researchers have constructed the world's first single-layer neural network, known as a perceptron, and induced it to perform simple image processing tasks.
China is deploying drones to scan portions of the Great Wall reportedly too hazardous to cross, compiling information to support its rehabilitation.
The advancement of machine learning via neural networks is stoking concerns of artificial intelligence being used for mass manipulation and misinformation.
California tries to legislate IoT security.
Route 9 skims by Boston and cuts clear across Massachusetts to Pittsfield, a city of roughly 50,000, the largest in Berkshire County.
The InSight lander, NASA's latest foray to the red planet, has landed.
University of Maryland researchers have tested organ delivery via aerial drone.
Duke University researchers have developed an automated method for determining the gestational age of newborns, which could be crucial in saving the lives of premature infants.
Researchers across Europe are applying multiple methods to combat food and beverage counterfeiting.
A brain-computer interface has enabled three people suffering from tetraplegia to control a commercial tablet computer with their thoughts.