During the roughly two years Apple was locked in a legal battle with one of its suppliers, Qualcomm, the iPhone maker publicly argued that the chip maker’s technology was worthless. But according to an
Federal regulators investigating Facebook for mishandling its users’ personal information have set their sights on the company’s chief executive, Mark Zuckerberg, exploring his past statements on privacy
Special counsel Robert S. Mueller III detailed multiple contacts among Russian operatives and associates of President Trump in the report made public Thursday. But Mueller repeatedly also lamented what
Biometric Exit is already used at 15 US airports The Department of Homeland Security says it expects to use facial recognition technology on 97 percent of departing passengers within the next four years.
Boston Dynamics latest video of it’s four-legged robot, SpotMini, is just over a minute long. But that’s all the time it takes to impress upon viewers that the technology company has developed machines
On April 26, Bend Studio will release “Days Gone,” a post-apocalyptic, open-world game exclusive to PlayStation 4. The story revolves around Deacon St. John, the member of a motorcycle gang, as well as
The use of AI systems for the classification, detection, and prediction of race and gender is in urgent need of re-evaluation Kate Crawford, report author Lack of diversity in the artificial intelligence
As the first images of charred wreckage inside the Notre Dame cathedral appeared online Tuesday, engineers around the world said one observation was already clear: to return the ancient structure to its
We are constantly exposed in public. Yet most of our actions will fade into obscurity. Do you, for example, remember the faces of strangers who stood in line with you the last time you bought medicine
A new report explores AI’s ‘diversity crisis’ The artificial intelligence industry is facing a “diversity crisis,” researchers from the AI Now Institute said in a report released today, raising key questions
With a wall of red-orange flames rapidly advancing, and Notre Dame’s vast chambers reaching ovenlike temperatures, the commander of the Paris Fire Brigade made a painful choice Monday evening. He told
The Technology 202: James Comey is offering a mea culpa on encryption. But his views haven't really changed.
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