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Sharks use the Earth’s magnetic field as a sort of natural GPS to navigate journeys that take them great distances across the world’s oceans, scientists have found.
Paralysed from the neck down, the man stares intently at a screen. As he imagines handwriting letters, they appear before him as typed text thanks to a new brain implant.
Jeff Bezos has an ex-wife, a girlfriend, four children and billions of reasons to watch whether Joe Biden’s tax overhaul wins congressional approval.
Chile's government is exploring laws to protect its citizens' "neuro-rights", in the face of rapidly developing neurotechnology, even calling on other Ibero-American countries to do the same.
Political hand-wringing in Washington over Russia’s hacking of federal agencies and interference in US politics has mostly overshadowed a worsening digital scourge with a far broader wallop: crippling and dispiriting extortionary ransomware attacks by cybercriminal mafias that mostly operate in foreign safe havens out of the reach of Western law enforcement.
In the second quarter of 2020, 557 million people, or 18% of workers, worked from home. These figures confirm the estimates made in May 2020 on the share of teleworkers in the world.
Abandoned by some city dwellers who are increasingly seeking a more natural environment, major cities can nonetheless count on one major advantage to add to their populations: the continually growing attraction of new information and communications technologies.
The collapse of the group’s leadership has provoked debate in the artificial-intelligence community over how serious the company is about supporting the work of the Ethical AI group – and ultimately whether the tech industry can reliably hold itself in check while developing technologies that touch virtually every area of people’s lives.
(Reuters) - Translation tools from Alphabet Inc's Google and other companies could be contributing to significant misunderstanding of legal terms with conflicting meanings such as "enjoin," according to research due to be presented at an academic workshop on Monday.
A global epidemic of digital extortion known as ransomware is crippling local governments, hospitals, school districts and businesses by scrambling their data files until they pay up. Law enforcement has been largely powerless to stop it.