This week’s most thought-provoking papers from the Physics arXiv.
The auto industry may need to team up to prevent spyware, phishing, and ransomware from infecting your ride.
OpenAI is teaching warehouse robots to do your household chores.
By some measures machine vision is better than human vision. But now researchers have found a class of “adversarial images” that easily fool it.
Toys and other devices are collecting loads of data from children. What could go wrong?
A phenomenon first observed by Leonardo da Vinci is being used to make virtual images look more realistic.
The average Olympics goes over budget by 156 percent. For a third of the games since 1960, nobody even knows the cost overruns.
Researchers are fiddling with the plant equivalent of gut bacteria.
Microsoft turns the popular game into an “AI Olympics.”
The same type of algorithm that beats humans at complex games is being applied in more practical areas.