Researchers have developed a tiny robotic system that is programmed and controlled by DNA and moves like a living cell.
A new automated method based on deep-learning techniques will provide coaches and teams with a tool to help assess defensive athletic performance in all game situations.
The Networked Pattern Recognition Framework works to predict future terrorist behaviors by defining past attack patterns.
Researchers have found an algorithm designed for streaming video on a cellphone can unlock DNA's storage potential by squeezing more data into its four base nucleotides.
Deep learning yields the ability to forecast the potential for litigation.
Chop a magnet in two, and it becomes two smaller magnets.
Researchers say technology is available to enable robots to "wear" human tendons, muscle, and skin.
Women face major barriers when working in technology fields, including wage inequality compared to male colleagues, workplace gender bias, a shortage of female role models, and unequal growth opportunities.
Researchers have found the darknet is especially good at protecting users' privacy and anonymity because it can counter large cyberattacks on its own by spontaneously adding more network capacity.
Researchers have developed a brain-computer interface that can control a turtle using human thought.
Researchers are studying how facial aging affects the performance of automatic facial-recognition systems and what implications this could have on identifying criminals or determining when identification documents need to be renewed.
Researchers have developed algorithms that enable a wheeled robot to learn the meanings of words from sentences that describe example paths taken by the robot, to use the words to generate a sentence to describe the path of movement, and to comprehend the sentence in order to produce a new path of movement.
A quantum microscope that uses a sensor built from diamonds could allow researchers to study such nanoscale mysteries as how DNA folds in a cell, why drugs work or how bacteria metabolize metals.
The latest revelations about U.S. government's powerful hacking tools potentially takes surveillance right into the homes and hip pockets of billions of users worldwide, showing how a remarkable variety of every day devices can be turned to spy on their owners.
A mathematician has created and released software that could protect encrypted code from hackers armed with next-generation quantum computers.
North Carolina State University's cyborg cockroaches can be remotely controlled to carry technology that could scan disaster areas and identify survivors in the wake of catastrophes.
Google has developed a new breast cancer detection technique that utilizes machine learning, predictive analytics, and pattern recognition to train a computer to search for cell patterns in tissue slides.
Wiretaps on Americans in foreign intelligence investigations are not easy to get. And if you're a candidate for president, it's even harder.
Using data to try to keep people from getting shot.