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Sitting with the cyber-sleuths who track cryptocurrency criminals Crypto­currency networks are turning out to be far less private than we thought, and forensic investigators are turning that to their advantage.
Here’s how hackers could cause chaos in this year’s US midterm elections Despite efforts to boost security, critical parts of America’s voting infrastructure are still vulnerable to cyberattack.
Chinese entrepreneurs have some creative responses to the government’s crackdown on crypto Last September’s official restrictions have unleashed a wave of below-the-radar innovation.
How the science of persuasion could change the politics of climate change Conservatives have to make the case to conservatives, and a growing number of them are.
Pet cloning is bringing human cloning a little bit closer People are copying pets to preserve a physical, and spiritual, connection to dead children.
Inside the Jordan refugee camp that runs on blockchain Syrian refugees could regain legal identities that were lost when they fled their homes.
Bitcoin is eating Quebec A Canadian hydropower operation put out the welcome mat for bitcoin miners. Shortly thereafter, it was overrun.
Bitcoin would be a calamity, not an economy A cryptocurrency future sounds liberating. In reality, it would be a disaster for everybody.
Facebook may stop the data leaks, but it’s too late: Cambridge Analytica’s models live on Long after the training data has been deleted, the models can continue being improved and used to influence future voters.
Here’s how the US needs to prepare for the age of artificial intelligence Government indifference toward AI could let the US lose ground to rival countries. But what would a good AI plan actually look like?
DNA tests for IQ are coming, but it might not be smart to take one Scientists have linked hundreds of genes to intelligence. One psychologist says it’s time to test school kids.
Here’s how the US needs to prepare for the age of artificial intelligence Government indifference toward AI could let the US lose ground to rival countries. But what would a good AI plan actually look like?
Zipline launches the world’s fastest commercial delivery drone The California-based startup’s new machine takes to the skies just as the US is about to loosen rules governing drone operations.
Zipline launches the world’s fastest commercial delivery drone The California-based startup’s new machine takes to the skies just as the US is about to loosen rules governing drone operations.
Zipline launches the world’s fastest commercial delivery drone The California-based startup’s new machine takes to the skies just as the US is about to loosen rules governing drone operations.
DNA tests for IQ are coming, but it might not be smart to take one Scientists have linked hundreds of genes to intelligence. One psychologist says it’s time to test school kids.
Baidu shows off its instant pocket translator The Chinese internet giant says it’s made significant strides in machine translation thanks to neural networks.
AI savants, recognizing bias, and building machines that think like people Despite impressive advances, three speakers at EmTech Digital show how far there is to go in the AI world.
States that are passing laws to govern “smart contracts” have no idea what they’re doing Legislation meant to clarify things for blockchain developers could end up hurting innovation.
Exclusive: This is the most dexterous robot ever created The most nimble-fingered machine yet shows how machine learning can teach robots to recognize and pick up different types of objects, a skill that could transform many factories and warehouses.