The Swedish furniture has become something of a benchmark for robotics engineers
Researchers used Twitter searches for nonflu words associated with behavior to predict flu outbreaks two weeks in advance.
Princeton University's Jennifer Rexford talks about optimizing the internet for the uses it got drafted into performing.
Despite CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s efforts to reassure Congress that artificial intelligence can help find fake news and protect privacy, lawmakers worry the tech may be “biased”
New cars have amazing technology everywhere but the dashboard
The city has spent the past two weeks restoring online services disrupted by ransomware that held encrypted data hostage
Automated social media accounts can create “misinformation networks” that spread falsehoods and fan the flames of partisan disagreement
In the Steven Spielberg movie’s vision of the future, people go to school, go to work, socialize and spend leisure time in a vast virtual environment
By pitting AIs against one another, tech companies are creating realistic computer-generated images
Interactions between people and artificially intelligent machines pose tricky questions about liability and accountability, according to a legal expert
Artificial intelligence has staged a revival by starting to incorporate what we know about how children learn
Justices are considering whether a law passed prior to the Web and cloud computing allows companies to hide data stored abroad
But those who do tweet in big cities are more prolific—tweeting more often, on average, than their small-town counterparts. Christopher Intagliata reports.
The launch also marked the company’s first attempt to recover and reuse the fairing of its Falcon 9 rocket
The country’s cybercrime efforts are all seemingly state-sponsored and steal money that is then used to fund its cash-strapped government
Machines that learn like children provide deep insights into how the mind and body act together to bootstrap knowledge and skills
A new debugging tool can pinpoint errors that cause neural networks to make mistakes
New algorithms show how very simple robots can be made to work together as a group
Networks that harness entanglement and teleportation could enable leaps in security, computing and science