The city of Bellevue, WA, is collaborating with Microsoft, the University of Washington, and the Institute of Transportation Engineers on the Video Analytics Towards Vision Zero project.
Researchers at the University of Washington (UW) are participating in a project to track asteroids so collisions with Earth can be predicted and averted.
Researchers have discovered a new topological material that may enable more stable and scalable quantum computing.
Researchers have modified a generative adversarial network to create an artificial intelligence program that produces images in unconventional styles.
Researchers have developed a prototype cellphone that functions without a battery, drawing power from the surrounding environment.
Researchers have found digital assistants could one day learn the algorithms humans have used for centuries to create and understand metaphorical language.
Single-cell biology is a hot topic these days. And at the cutting edge of the field is single-cell RNA sequencing (scRNA-seq).
A team of researchers found that the "left-to-right sliding window" method used by the libgcrypt library for carrying out the mathematics of cryptography leaks significantly more information about exponent bits than for right-to-left, allowing full RSA key recovery.
Analog circuits consume less power per operation than CMOS technologies, and so should prove more efficient.
Researchers are tapping DNA to create a new and different type of storage media. The technology could prove revolutionary.
Flush with recent successes, and pushed by even newer technology, AI systems could get much smarter.
Jean E. Sammet, an American computer scientist who served as the first female president of ACM, passed away on May 21 at the age of 89.
Take a look at the photograph below; it's just an ordinary picture of two people outside a building, right? One of them appears to be handing something to the other.
Oklahomans are no strangers to Mother Nature's whims.
Researchers have combined machine-learning algorithms with brain-imaging technology to "mind read."
Researchers in March organized a $19-billion auction of 84 megahertz of radio spectrum using artificial intelligence.
A new algorithmic scheme for venture capital investment pairs the unpredictabilty of Brownian motion with large datasets about startup founders, investors, and performance.
Researchers are working to develop robots to help children with autism in ways that humans cannot.
Researchers at Osaka University in Japan have developed an early detection method for cow lameness, which is also known as hoof disease.