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The Israeli-based NSO Group, whose software is alleged to have been used in a number of government surveillance scandals, said on Tuesday it would abide by U.N. guidelines to prevent rights abuses.
Badly injured on a cliffside in southern Italy, a French hiker called emergency services this month, but he could not tell them exactly where he was after a fall that broke his legs.
Chinese and US researchers take inspiration from the hardy insect to design a robot that moves fast and is hard to squash.
More US teams are turning to tracking apps that combines cellphone GPS with digital maps detailing cliffs, caves, waterways and other hard-to-search terrain during rescue missions.
Google disbands artificial intelligence ethics board Google on April 4 confirmed that it has disbanded a recently assembled artificial intelligence ethics advisory panel in the face of controversy over its membership.
A group of Google employees launched a public campaign on April 1 to remove the president of the conservative US think-tank Heritage Foundation from an outside artificial intelligence ethics advisory panel.
Virtual reality is increasingly sought after for skills training, from hospitals to industry.
After catastrophic wildfires in southern California late last year, the Israeli startup Watergen sent in its devices which pull clean water out of the atmosphere for firefighters and relief workers.
South Korean car maker Hyundai on Jan 7 gave a look at work it is doing on a vehicle with robotic legs to let it walk or crawl over treacherous terrain.
Amid trade wars, geopolitical tensions and a decline in public trust, the technology sector is seeking to put its problems aside with the Consumer Electronics Show, the annual extravaganza showcasing futuristic innovations.