A “patent interference” proceeding will determine who controls foundational patents on gene editing.
If you want to measure the temperature at any point on an object's surface, a thin coating of programmable material can do the job, say computer scientists.
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The latest work with AI machines is expanding the new field of computational humor.
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This year's gadget show isn't all that different from last year's, but there's still some cool stuff out there.
Intel is finally getting ready to ship a tiny computer that could help make wearable gadgets a lot sleeker.