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Artificial intelligence is being taught to fly warplanes. Can the technology be trusted?
The discovery could pave the way to high-speed, low-energy quantum computing.
ACM has named 71 of its members 2021 ACM Fellows for advances underpinning innovations that influence a wide range of technologies that people use daily.
Amazon will open a 30,000-sq.-ft. clothing store in Los Angeles later this year.
Researchers designed a robotic "twin" of a human spine so surgeons can predict how interventions play out before surgery.
The 2022 State of Healthcare IoT Device Security Report estimates 53% of medical devices in hospitals connected to the Internet of Things have critical flaws.
For years, intermediate measurements made it hard to quantify the complexity of quantum algorithms. New work establishes that those measurements aren't necessary after all.
There's been growth in cheap, easy-to-use malware available to hackers who want to steal cryptocurrency from users.
The coronavirus pandemic was prominent among the top 10 most clicked-on articles presented by ACM TechNews during 2021.
Quarantines and school closures have shifted some students back to remote learning, highlighting the digital divide.
An artificial intelligence platform developed by researchers at Duke University analyzes mammography scans to determine whether patients should undergo an invasive biopsy.
Researchers have found that electrical vehicle charging stations and their Internet-based management systems are vulnerable to cybersecurity attacks.
An international study suggests the eye's retina could determine a person's true biological age.
After a huge volcanic eruption severed the island country's lone connection to the global Internet, a difficult repair job, delving deep into the ocean, lies ahead.
Chromium defects in silicon carbide may provide a new platform for quantum information.
An international team of scientists developed a deep learning algorithm to more deeply explore permanently shadowed regions of the Moon.
An ultra-high-resolution image of Rembrandt's "The Night Watch" was constructed from 8,439 photos that were digitized, color-corrected, and stitched together by algorithms.
Canadian cybersecurity watchdog Citizen Lab has detailed encryption flaws in the mandatory smartphone application China created for Winter Olympics athletes.
A new collision-avoidance system brings engineers a step closer to designing robots to repair satellites or spacecraft in orbit.
A dispute over "web3" in the cryptocurrency industry was publicly exposed in a Twitter spat between Jack Dorsey and Marc Andreessen. Here's what it's all about.
AT&T and Verizon said they would not activate the new 5G service within two miles of some runways, in line with a request from airline officials.
The malware was revealed as Russian troops remained massed at the Ukrainian border, and after Ukrainian government agencies had their websites defaced.
Meet Hume AI, a potentially more humane way to let the machines in.
A cloud-based platform developed by researchers at Johns Hopkins University offers access to one of the biggest genomics databases in the world.
A new silicon construction technique developed by German and Australian researchers could potentially make building quantum computers more affordable and reliable.
Parking enforcement officers recently found fake quick response code stickers on pay stations in three Texas cities, used to trick people into paying scammers.
The European Union is working hard to keep pace with quantum computing efforts worldwide.
Researchers at Northwestern University have developed a sensor that they say can transform any face mask into a smart monitoring device.
Researchers at the Chinese University of Hong Kong have developed a corkscrew-shaped microrobot that can swim through blood vessels and help drugs unblock clots.
Researchers at the University of Alberta's Computer Poker Research Group pioneered game theory mathematics that transformed how professional poker players approach the game.