Implantable wireless monitors give researchers a new look inside the human body.
Digital maps trawl for real-time updates.
Artists can use software to create art, and some software creates art all on its own.
2002 ACM Turing laureate Len Adleman, 2014 ACM Prize in Computing recipient Dan Boneh, 2015 ACM Grace Murray Hopper Award recipient Brent Waters, and ACM Fellows Patrick McDaniel and Paul Van Oorschot discuss current issues in cybersecurity.
Researchers at the University of Texas at Dallas say they have developed a material that can transform from an atomically thin, two-dimensional sheet into an array of one-dimensional nanowires.
Texas A&M University professor Tim Davis uses sparse matrix algorithms to create works of electronic art by visualizing music.
Disney researchers have developed ways to enhance virtual experiences involving interactions with physical objects by showing how a person using a virtual reality system can use it to catch an actual ball.
Cleoniki Kesidis writes that a culture that tries to encourage girls to enter science, technology, engineering, and math fields guilt-tripped her into pursuing such a career, which she found unrewarding and left.
Researchers from Tohoku University in Japan have successfully demonstrated that a quadruped robot can spontaneously change its steps between energy-efficient patterns.
Here's how to catch a black hole. First, spend many years enlisting eight of the top radio observatories across four continents to join forces for an unprecedented hunt.
Our most accurate clocks are probing a key tenet of Einstein's theory of relativity: the idea that time isn't absolute.
Missouri S&T researchers have developed a way to "grow" thin layers of gold on single crystal wafers of silicon and use them as substrates on which to grow other electronic materials.
Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology are working to make the process of a robot autonomously grasping an object easier.
Worcester Polytechnic Institute professor Yanhua Li has proposed an alternative urban transit system that uses a hub-and-spoke configuration with shared shuttles.
A Professor Built an AI Teaching Assistant for His Courses--and It Could Shape the Future of Education
Georgia Institute of Technology professor Ashok Goel has created an artificially intelligent teaching assistant.
The industry should be scrambling for upgrades.
"It feels like the entire universe is within a sphere that is maybe within a couple metres' radius," says topologist Henry Segerman at Oklahoma State University in Stillwater.
Intelligence agents and military operatives may come to rely heavily on machine learning to parse huge quantities of data, and to control a growing arsenal of autonomous systems.
Modern computers would not exist without the influence of Aristotelean principles.
The U.K. Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council is supporting research on deciphering the timing and sequences of bird calls.