Cybersecurity experts are warning of U.S. voting systems' vulnerability to cyberthreats going into the 2018 midterm and 2020 presidential elections.
Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology have created a team of autonomous flying robots that do not collide or undercut each other.
Researchers have proposed a novel programming solution to optimize power consumption in batteries for use in smart homes.
Researchers have been testing the existence of quantum entanglement for several years.
Researchers are studying why phishing attacks are so successful in an attempt to develop the next generation of email filters.
If I asked you "how many computing devices do you own?" your mind will probably first jump to your PCs and laptops at home, and then to your smartphones and tablets.
Researchers have developed a new process for three-dimensionally printing stretchable electronic sensory devices that could enable robots to feel their environment.
A new study demonstrates strong public and expert skepticism of warnings about artificial intelligence.
A team of researchers has developed a virtual teacher's assistant, called Jill Watson, using technologies from IBM's Watson platform.
Old-time machine contest fosters STEM creativity.
In autumn of 1840, Charles Babbage arrived in Turin for a meeting of Italian scientists, where he gave the only public explanation of the workings of his "Analytical Engine."
The climbers at Earth Treks gym, in Golden, Colorado, were warming up: stretching, strapping themselves into harnesses, and chalking their hands as they prepared to scale walls stippled with multicolored plastic holds.
In case you didn't know, the transistors in your computer's processor, your smartphone's memory, and your car's autobrake system get old.
Researchers say they have developed a cervical cancer screening technique that could perform as well as, or better than, traditional screening methods at a greatly reduced cost.
Stanford Researchers Develop Crowdsourcing Software to Convene Rapid, On-Demand 'Flash Organizations'
New software integrates crowdsourcing's flexibility and the benefits of on-demand specialists to form "flash organizations."
Researchers have developed a plug-in sensor package that tracks multiple phenomena in a room.
New software evaluates the strength of a password by trying to break it.
Researchers say a new deep-learning computer network is 100% accurate in identifying the presence of invasive forms of breast cancer in whole biopsy slides.
Researchers have constructed optical and electrical bistable outputs from a single transistor.