The Chinese Robotics Industry Alliance aims to use robotics and automation to help China become increasingly a high-tech manufacturing nation.
It's not about the algorithm.
At Jef Boeke's lab, you can whiff an odor that seems out of place, as if they were baking bread here.
UrduScript is a new programing language that makes it easier for beginners to learn programming concepts.
Views differ on how central-processing unit architecture will proceed as Moore's Law becomes increasingly irrelevant.
Researchers have developed a method to increase by the computing power of a standard algorithm when performed on a field-programmable gate array.
A research team has uncovered evidence for the existence of the Majorana particle.
A new machine-learning algorithm can predict which characters on "Game of Thrones" will die next.
Researchers have definitively demonstrated the strength of a 128-bit digital lock for cybersecurity applications.
Researchers often call 2017 the year of the conversational computer in China.
Toddlers crave power. Too bad for them, they have none. Hence the tantrums and absurd demands.
Poets say the eyes are a window to the soul. But biomedical engineers are using the eyes to gain insight into the body.
A new four-dimensional camera captures almost 140 degrees of information, with implications for robot visual perception and virtual reality.
Disney researchers applied deep-learning neural networks to develop a new way of evaluating movie audiences' reactions using facial expressions.
Researchers have developed InstantCAD to facilitate interactive real-time editing, enhancement, and optimization of computer-aided design models via a simpler workflow.
By now our future is clear: We are to be cared for, entertained, and monetized by artificial intelligence.
As NASA's Cassini spacecraft makes its unprecedented series of weekly dives between Saturn and its rings, scientists are finding—so far—that the planet's magnetic field has no discernible tilt.
In the early 1950s, just as rock 'n' roll was hinting at social change, the first video games were quietly being designed in the form of technology demonstrations—and a scientist was behind it.
One big promise of the connected car revolution has been the potential to help clear up traffic problems.
Researchers say they have developed a method to create inexpensive full-color two- and three-dimensional holograms.