University of California, Irvine researchers analyzed the properties of more than 500,000 songs released over three decades to extract the most popular ones.
Northwestern University's Jiaxing Huang is using a simple solvent to disperse carbon nanotubes at record concentrations without additives or volatile chemical reactions.
The International Criminal Police Organization is assessing software that matches samples of speech in phone calls or social media to voice recordings in a law enforcement database.
Engineers at the University of Washington have created the first wireless, insect-sized flying robot.
Software developed by researchers at Imperial College London and the University of Edinburgh in the U.K. has helped enhance stroke and dementia diagnosis.
Jigsaw, a subsidiary of Google parent company Alphabet, is offering U.S. political organizations a free tool to defend against distributed denial-of-device attacks.
The computer in the spotter car shouted "Hide!," and repo agent Derek Lewis knew that meant to keep driving like nothing had happened.
Brassard, a cryptologist, is the co-winner of the 2018 Wolf Prize in Physics, which he is sharing with Charles Bennett of the IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center.
NASA is in various stages of planning two multi-billion dollar missions to Jupiter's intriguing, ice-covered moon of Europa.
Researchers have developed a material that could extend battery life and reduce the heat generation of battery-powered electronic devices.
A new wireless radio mixer integrated circuit can operate at temperatures up to 500 degrees Celsius.
Carnegie Mellon University this fall will launch the first undergraduate degree program in artificial intelligence in the U.S.
Researchers at the Polytechnic University of Milan in Italy have found it is possible to have a deep learning algorithm create compelling new game levels in Doom automatically.
ETH Zurich researchers in Switzerland have created technology that can detect human metabolic emissions, which could potentially aid search and rescue teams.
When The Economist called Stanford Ovshinsky "the Edison of our age," the name might have been unfamiliar to most people, but the comparison was apt.
In Bloomberg Businessweek's annual Sooner Than You Think issue, artificial intelligence is also driving cars, making money, exploring oceans … and freaking people out.
Over the past five years, artificial intelligence has gone from perennial vaporware to one of the technology industry's brightest hopes.
Beijing's unslakeable thirst for the latest technology has spurred a proliferation of "accelerators" in Silicon Valley that aim to identify promising startups and bring them to China.
Three Pennsylvania State University researchers will participate this week in the world finals of the 2018 L'Oreal Brandstorm contest in Paris.