Two research groups have developed poker-playing AI programs that show how computers can out-hustle the best humans.
Members of Best Buy’s Geek Squad passed incriminating evidence to the law enforcement agency and received payments from agents.
The results suggest that bacteria could one day be harnessed as micrometer-sized machines.
Chips with silicon “neurons” could make satellites, aircraft, and drones smarter.
Alphabet’s autonomous car company, Waymo, has admitted that it keeps its cars offline to prevent them from being hacked.
Modeled on a children’s toy, the Paperfuge can spin at up to 125,000 RPMs and doesn’t need electricity.
Drones need to be more independent of humans to be truly useful.
Once launched, the swarm can decide for itself how best to execute a mission.
When Brian Hanley set out to test a gene therapy, he started with himself.
The technique could be faster and more versatile than developing genetically modified crops from scratch.