Researchers at Stanford University have developed an algorithm to sift through vast datasets and identify genetic pathways for cancer.
Facebook is heavily leveraging deep-learning models to further its user engagement efforts.
A Top Secret NSA analyst's report published by The Intercept suggests that, in August 2016, the Russian General Main Staff Intelligence Directorate (GRU) hacked into an election-related hardware and software vendor in the US.
An international youth organization challenges and encourages students to stick with science, technology, engineering, and math.
People can pick a familiar face out of a crowd without thinking too much about it. But how the brain actually does this has eluded researchers for years.
Two telepresence robots roll into a human-computer interaction conference.
The Self-Report Ergonomic Assessment Tool is being designed to help develop safer software by ascertaining how much stress computer programs put on users.
Researchers have mounted GelSight sensors on the grippers of robotic arms to provide robotic systems with greater sensitivity and dexterity.
There is a 50% chance that machines will outperform humans in all tasks within 45 years, according to a survey of 352 artificial intelligence (AI) researchers conducted by Yale University and the University of Oxford in the U.K.
A team of researchers has developed a sensor that can detect eye movements in real time using an array of electrodes.
A new system uses virtual reality technology to relieve sufferers of phantom limb pain.
Researchers are scanning volunteers' faces to compile a database of three-dimensional computer models that could be used to aid in reconstructive surgery.
Jean E. Sammet, an early software engineer and a designer of COBOL, a programming language that brought computing into the business mainstream, died on May 20 in Maryland.
On the better web Berners-Lee envisions, users control where their data is stored and how it's accessed.
The void is rocking and rolling with invisible cataclysms.
A long-lasting lake on ancient Mars provided stable environmental conditions that differed significantly from one part of the lake to another, according to a comprehensive look at findings from the first three-and-a-half years of NASA's Curiosity rover mission.
The argument that consciousness is computable--and instillable within machines--cannot be verified or refuted until a measurable theory of consciousness becomes available.
Researchers at Harvard and Columbia universities conducted a study to determine whether popular online quizzes and food imagery could be leveraged for nutrition education.
A new system to help visually impaired users navigate employs a three-dimensional camera, a belt with vibrational motors, and a refreshable Braille interface.
Researchers at the University of Geneva have developed a new random-number generator based on the principles of quantum physics.