Researchers have devised a way to program a team of off-the-shelf, low-powered drones to map an oil spill in a matter of minutes.
University of Michigan researchers are programming and testing a bipedal robot with the mobility of a large bird.
New computational software can detect the presence of an epigenetic add-on associated with cancer and other health conditions.
Microsoft engineers have proposed underwater server farms to help cloud providers deal with data center expansion in an environmentally friendly manner.
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For doctors trying to treat people who have symptoms that have no clear cause, gene-sequencing technologies might help in pointing them to a diagnosis. But the vast amount of data generated can make it hard to get to the answer quickly.
The U.K. government has launched its Digital Strategy, which includes significant funding for artificial intelligence research so the technology will play a larger economic role.
A new study followed players of the computer games "Halo: Reach" and "StarCraft 2" to learn how they acquired and maintained their skill level.
President Trump on Tuesday signed into law two bills aimed at encouraging women and girls to enter science, technology, engineering, and math fields.
Disney Research says its new quasistatic cavity resonance technology offers a way for mobile devices to wirelessly charge themselves.
Researchers have developed a two-dimensional material that could revolutionize electronics.
Researchers in Germany are employing contact-free digitization techniques to produce three-dimensional models of archeological artifacts.
More work is needed to make synthesized speech more natural, easier to understand, and more pleasant to hear.
Researchers are looking for new ways to advance semiconductors as Moore's Law approaches its limits.
Cryptocurrencies are enabling illegal or immoral transactions in the dark corners of the Internet.
ACM has recognized 53 of its members as ACM Fellows for major contributions in areas including artificial intelligence, cryptography, computer architecture, high performance computing, and programming languages.
Researchers at Lehigh University have developed new browser fingerprinting software that identifies users across Web browsers more accurately than the most sophisticated single-browser techniques.
The Pennsylvania State University Cyber-Laboratory for Astronomy, Materials, and Physics is acquiring a high-performance computer cluster that will support interdisciplinary research, training, and outreach programs.