New approaches to generating crop varieties are making it hard for policymakers to know what to regulate.
Printing genomes on demand could mean custom-built organisms, difficult ethical questions, and profits for a handful of companies.
The shortage of in-house cybersecurity skills is a major challenge for executives who fear their organizations are ill equipped to prevent, detect, and respond to cyberattacks. For that reason, many turn to external partners for security expertise.
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If cybersecurity experts are to combat malevolent artificial intelligence, they will need to know how such a system is likely to emerge, says computer scientists.
If cybersecurity experts are to combat malevolent artificial intelligence, they will need to know how such a system can emerge, say computer scientists.
Massive gene studies are letting biotechnology companies learn from nature, and imitate it.
Google’s Web trackers are present on the majority of the Web’s top million sites.
The tech giant says its new $130,000 printers will produce plastic parts quickly and inexpensively.
It sounds crazy, and it is. A startup says it can use genetic engineering to change the color of animal coats.