Impressive advances in artificial intelligence technology tailored for legal work have led some lawyers to worry that their profession may be Silicon Valley's next victim.
This month IBM and Google both said they aim to commercialize quantum computers within the next few years (Google specified five), selling access to the exotic machines in a new kind of cloud service.
Microprocessors got smaller, faster, and more power-efficient, but as they reach their physical limitations, chip architecture is driving performance gains.
A recent NASA-funded study has shown how the hydrocarbon lakes and seas of Saturn's moon Titan might occasionally erupt with dramatic patches of bubbles.
Google director of engineering and ACM Fellow Ray Kurzweil this week predicted the technological singularity will arrive by 2045.
Google director of engineering and ACM Fellow Ray Kurzweil this week predicted the technological singularity will arrive by 2029.
Researchers have developed an early warning system for massive distributed denial-of-service attacks.
Researchers have developed a family tree artificial intelligence algorithm that looks for connections between 5 million baptisms from the end of the 17th century to the beginning of the 20th century.
Potentially everyone on earth could be affected by the benefits of exascale computing, writes Paul Messina, director of the Argonne National Laboratory's Exascale Project.
Researchers at the KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Sweden have developed a robotic head that analyzes how people interact with each other.
The Environmental Protection Agency and the National Institutes of Health are big losers — but planetary science at NASA stands to gain.
Researchers in the U.K. have developed a highly magnetic material that could provide fundamental improvements to the performance of conventional computer technologies.
Cineca, the leading Italian high-performance computing consortium, manages a supercomputing resource hub to advance innovations in scientific computing.
Stanford University researchers have demonstrated how to take a brittle plastic and modify it chemically to make it much more flexible, while slightly enhancing its electrical conductivity.
Researchers say they have developed a method for transmitting and receiving a radio signal on a single chip.
Some issues that arise from the use of algorithms may be due to the data they are fed, rather than their black-box nature.
You've heard the hype: The quantum computer revolution is coming. Physicists say these devices will be fast enough to break every encryption method banks use today.
HKBU Scholar Invents World's First 'Lip Password:' A Patented Double Security System for Identity Authentication
Researchers at Hong Kong Baptist University have developed new technology that utilizes a person's lip motions to create a password.
Artificial intelligence technology should be openly available, according to researchers at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne in France.
There is active research transpiring in the area of unknowable password development.