One of the great unanswered question in biology is why organisms have evolved to cooperate.
In July, researchers at the University of Tokyo will announce a universal algorithm for folding origami shapes that guarantees a minimum number of seams.
Researchers at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign are studying how to accelerate the materials-to-device process through a new framework that links microscopes and other scientific instruments to a cloud infrastructure via a high-speed campus network.
Elon Musk, Mark Zuckerberg, and other big Silicon Valley players want to make commercial gadgets for your brain
It may be more than you’d like
How a desire for corporate synergy gave rise to the “embarrassing” TI 99/4
The trick is to make a motor that can tweak its magnetic fields to run more efficiently
The partnership between Merchants' SmartIDentity for Business platform and Jackson Lewis cybersecurity counsel is part of a growing focus on enterprise-wide breach response.
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The world's biggest and most expensive time machine is running again.
As cars here on Earth begin to drive themselves and robots autonomously roam sidewalks delivering food and nearly running over dogs, over on Mars, the Curiosity rover very much remains a remotely piloted vehicle.
The TMS9900 could have powered the PC revolution. Here’s why it didn’t
Researchers at MIT have developed a device enabling photon-photon interactions at room temperature by applying a silicon crystal etched with patterns to introduce "nonlinearities" into optical-signal transmissions.
Plaintiffs attorneys are expected to net nearly 33 percent in fees, or almost $38 million.
A GPU-based neural network was the only way to handle a garage full of Lego
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Online extortion, tech support scams and phishing attacks that spoof the boss were among the most costly cyber scams reported by consumers and businesses last year, according to new figures from the FBI's Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3).The IC3 report released Thursday correctly identifies some of the most prevalent and insidious forms of cybercrimes today, but the total financial losses tied to each crime type also underscore how infrequently victims actually report such crimes to law enforcement.
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The Canadian company wants to use AI to rate your car insurance risk in real time
An analysis of four icy bodies discovered in the outer Solar System reveals no sign that they are being influenced by a large, unseen planet lurking beyond Neptune.
Researchers at the Facebook Artificial Intelligence Research lab have found that bots they were training to negotiate with each other began conversing in a non-human language without human supervision.
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The most efficient way to exploring other planets may be sending humans to orbit, and letting robots do everything else
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