A research team was recently awarded a grant of $20 million from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to develop the internet of future.
During World War II, British intelligence agents planted false documents on a corpse to fool Nazi Germany into preparing for an assault on Greece. "Operation Mincemeat" was a success, and covered the actual Allied invasion of Sicily.
The latest TV miniseries about a chess master—“The Queen’s Gambit”—might have kindled higher interest in chess.
From a pair of simple principles of evolution--chance mutation and natural selection--nature has constructed an almost unfathomable richness of life around us. Despite our scientific sophistication, human design and engineering have struggled to emulate nature's techniques and her inexhaustible inventiveness. But that may be changing.
A new study demonstrates that robots can motivate humans to take bigger risks in a simulated gambling scenario than they would if there was nothing to impact their actions.
The current COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in a considerable increase in the use of cyberspace.
Los Alamos National Laboratory computer scientists have developed a new artificial intelligence system that may be able to identify malicious codes that hijack supercomputers to mine for cryptocurrency such as Bitcoin and Monero.
Cybersickness, or motion sickness during the use of virtual reality, can be a major roadblock to the development and adoption of augmented and virtual reality technology.
Faculty and students at Purdue University now have access to cybersecurity research software developed at Sandia National Laboratories.
NVIDIA today unveiled the NVIDIA® Mellanox® UFM® Cyber-AI platform, which minimizes downtime in InfiniBand data centers by harnessing AI-powered analytics to detect security threats and operational issues, as well as predict network failures.