Craft due to launch in August is first in a wave of planned quantum space experiments
The leak of Democrats’ e-mails raises unprecedented fears of meddling in the election
Hackers pillage a poorly protected bureaucracy for one third of all breaches involving names and sensitive info
Is coding for all a realistic goal—and is it one that American schools should be pursuing?
In 2009, Congress asked for recommendations on what to do about information that falls outside the privacy law known as HIPAA. Health officials released their report, but offered no suggestions...
Chlorine atom grids outperform state-of-the-art hard disk drives by orders of magnitude
While it's not news that the Turing test has flaws, the new study highlights just how limited the test is for answering deeper questions about artificial intelligence, study co-author says...
From hallucinogenic-like DeepDream composites to mesmerizing style-transfer videos, visuals provide an engaging entry point to the world of machine learning
Mission scientists are investigating what caused a suspension the Mars rover's activities on July 2
By analyzing the vocal patterns of couples in therapy, an algorithm was able to predict whether a relationship would get worse or improve. Erika Beras reports.
Why haven't all of our objects gone wireless? Because nobody's buying this stuff
Tesla says neither the driver nor autopilot noticed a truck turning in front of the car
Individual and organizational training awards opportunities for students in technology and engineering
Smartphones, GPS and energy-efficient lighting are just a few of the innovations that originally came from work that was often purely theoretical
The Internet of Things will remain a cumbersome wireless landscape until it finds a way to connect to us
Tiny sensors could take medicine, energy efficiency and many other sectors to a whole new dimension
Digital infrastructure could improve society’s public records repository and reinforce representative and participatory legal and governance systems
As a leading go player falls to a machine, artificial intelligence takes a decisive step on the road to overtaking the natural variety
An expert says machine systems are going beyond talking and will soon sense our moods, personalities and behaviors
It’s hard to predict the possible downsides, but we must try to do it anyway in order to develop them responsibly