After suffering a slight malfunction last week, the Juno spacecraft is up and running, and ready for its latest flyby of the gas giant.
After Facebook fired the editorial team that managed its Trending Topics, in favor of implementing machine-learning algorithms for the news aggregator, the question arises as to whether artificial intelligence (AI) can earn the public’s trust.
Rapidly aging in orbit, US Air Force (USAF) weather satellites are dropping like flies.
The US Department of Defense has banned the use of Samsung Galaxy Note 7 smartphones on its aircraft, US Navy Reserve Forces Command said in a release on Thursday.
The mechanical prosthesis hand which was created by a young Belarusian programmer for his handicapped father, costs almost thirty times cheaper than its foreign analogues.
Big corporations as well as national governments are no longer safe online and the data protection and security industry are more in demand than they've ever been. Be it the risk of service outages affecting revenues or politically motivated data leaks - such as with the ongoing Podesta email leaks - are hacktivists just too powerful to beat?
The recent recall of the self-combusting Galaxy Note 7 smartphones would have been a painful decision executives at Samsung had to make earlier this month. And the timing couldn't have been more damaging in the run up to the competitive pre-Christmas market. But profit margins affected aside, can the brand recover from such a major PR disaster?
Campaign group Digital Rights Ireland has launched a legal challenge against the European Commission over the Privacy Shield data sharing agreement, which is designed to protect the personal data of EU citizens held on US computers from being snooped on by US spy agencies.
As the mystery around Tabby’s Star continues, the Breakthrough Initiative is preparing to commit massive resources to the settle the "alien megastructure" debate.
Secret surveillance software developed by US communication giant AT&T to track and spy on drug traffickers for the government appears to have been migrated to be used as a universal tool to surveil the company’s entire network, additionally bringing profits to the multinational conglomerate, new documents reveal.
Field tests on the device are expected to begin in 2017.
The Buffalo-based Roswell Park Cancer Institute will launch a revolutionary cancer treatment method developed by Cuban scientists.
Mobile devices like smart phones and tablets are seemingly ever-present in modern society, with many people relying on them in their daily lives. However those helpful gadgets in the palms of our hands are also increasingly becoming the targets of cybercrime, Europol has warned.
In his book, Rise of the Robots, Martin Ford argues that artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics will soon overhaul Britain's economy. New research conducted by Oxford University and consultancy firm Deloitte seems to support Ford's theories.
The tiny jawbones of a fossilized 424-million-years-old fish from the Swedish island of Gotland could provide answers to why we humans lose our milk teeth. Using synchrotron X-ray tomography, researchers at Uppsala University, together with colleagues at the ESRF in France examined the jaw to learn more about the mystery of milk teeth.
A prototype of Google co-founder Larry Page’s highly-secret flying car project has reportedly been caught on camera in California.
If we have a choice of where to look to find extraterrestrial life, a new study suggests that red dwarf stars may provide the greatest odds.
While a number of US lawmakers have pushed the executive branch to disclose details about a secret court order requiring Yahoo to search its users’ incoming emails, the Obama Administration has refused and will likely continue to do so.
Social media users in Britain are finally waking up to the fact that they are at risk of cyberattacks, prompting many to take online security more seriously.
Twelve years after the final episode of US sitcom Friends was aired, one of the show's most popular characters, Joey Tribbiani, played by Matt LeBlanc has been immortalized by a team of Artificial Intelligence (AI) specialists in Britain.
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