Japan's first VR porn festival ended not with a bang but with a whimper. Attendees mobbed the exterior of the expo -- far too many in fact -- persuading the organizers to shut it down before even a fraction of them had entered.
Google's DeepMind division announced a partnership with the U.K.'s Moorsfields hospital that will see millions of eye records analyzed for commonalities. It's part of the outfit's ongoing DeepMind Health initiative.
Belgian scientists have developed a hyper-sensitive “electronic nose” to help sniff out extremely low concentrations of chemicals like pesticides and nerve gas. How low are we talking? Drop-of-water-in-an-Olympic-pool low.
By falling silent during the Turing test, artificial intelligence (AI) systems can fool human judges into believing they’re human, according to a study by machine intelligence researchers from Coventry University.
A sub-$9,000 3D bioprinter set to make its debut later this year, the Aether 1, makes some very bold claims for itself -- including its ability to outperform rivals with price tags in excess of $250,000.
Could an algorithmic lie detector one day be as ubiquitous a part of our email systems as spell check? Possibly so, suggest researchers Stephan Ludwig, Tom van Laer, Ko de Ruyter, and Mike Friedman in a new study into automated deception…
“This method may be applied to reduce or eliminate association of some specific cue and fear,” researcher Takeo Watanabe told Digital Trends.. “For example, it could be used to reduce or eliminate bad memories developed in a…
In preparation for for the Fourth of July, the American Chemical Society (ACS) created an explainer video that shows sparklers in slow motion and details the chemical reaction behind the dazzling display.
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