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Britain’s Queen Elizabeth visited an exhibition dedicated to her great-great-grandmother Victoria last week, which uses cutting-edge technology to recreate Buckingham Palace as it was during the 19th century.
Advanced surveillance systems combine methods to identify partially exposed faces, gait patterns and distinguishing body features.
Here is an offer most people can easily refuse: Donate part of your brain to science – while you’re still alive.
Microsoft's Xbox is encouraging players to extend paid Xbox Live Gold subscriptions by up to three years in order to make the most of an upgrade offer for the new Xbox Game Pass Ultimate scheme.
The perennial issue in the gig economy is whether workers should be classified as employees. Uber Technologies Inc, Lyft Inc and other companies that rely on contract work have dealt with this question in a number of ways: staging PR campaigns, hiring lobbyists and arguing in court that they’re software platforms, not employers.
The news that researchers could use Facebook feeds to “predict” whether you suffer from any of 21 medical conditions came across as impressive, but also unnerving.
American psychologist Paul Ekman’s research on facial expressions spawned a whole new career of human lie detectors more than four decades ago. Artificial intelligence could soon take their jobs.
Personalised music playlists that rekindle memories of childhood and happy moments may bring joy to dementia patients, because music can activate parts of the brain not affected by the disease, experts say.
Asus is typically known for its computers, but for a few years now it has been quietly breaking into the lucrative smartphone market.
Since the iPhone was introduced in 2007, excessive smartphone use has been linked to a host of maladies: everything from long-term damage to the neck and cervical spine to an increased risk for depression and isolation – especially among teens.