China Has a New Three-Year Plan to Rule AI
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A new analysis of global science and engineering competence shows that the United States is struggling to fight off an increasingly competitive China.
New details about a worrying industrial-plant hack show that cyberattacks on infrastructure are becoming a greater threat than ever.
If you work at one of the 50,000 companies that pay to use Slack for workplace collaboration, you probably spend hours on it, swapping information, bantering, and sharing files with your colleagues. It’s a casual, flexible way to interact—you tap out...Read the full story →
A new model can detect abnormalities in x-rays better than radiologists—in some parts of the body, anyway.
Using five million real online purchases, researchers trained an AI that can create fake e-commerce orders.
Harvard researchers have demonstrated a new technique they call “rotational 3-D printing” that provides precision control over the materials it prints.
Learning from nature: Natural products like bone and wood have complex microstructures that give them… Read more
We’re starting to understand the true effects of light pollution on the natural world—and as we do, we’ll be able to tune lights to counter the effects.
Blinded by the light: The world is incredibly illuminated. More than 10 percent of Earth’s land can… Read more
In many ways this year’s CES looked a lot more like an autonomous-car show than a consumer electronics show.
There were announcements aplenty from the likes of Ford, Baidu, Toyota, and others about self-driving vehicles, upcoming driving tests, and new...Read the full story →
Last week’s CES technology show sold a vision of driverless cars—but this week’s motor show appears to disagree.
Bitcoin and other competing digital currencies have been suffering downturns, though you shouldn’t believe anyone who tries to tell you exactly why this is happening.
The numbers: At the time of writing, Bitcoin’s price was down more than 20 percent… Read more