“The AGC wasn't just an important part [of Apollo]: it was the core of the entire ship, without which the entire program wouldn't have been possible.”
These food pictures were generated by a computer, and they look surprisingly edible.
Researchers suggest non-exploitable “chaff bugs” in systems could be a fun way to deter attackers from doing real harm.
YouTube is programmed in a way that could lead to the promotion of conspiracy theories, a former engineer says.
Research demonstrates the possibility of using slight distortions to trick speech recognition neural nets into hearing spoofed messages.
As executive director of the First Nations Technology Council, Denise Williams wants to equalize the digital playing field for BC’s Indigenous communities.
Researchers imagine a self-sufficient internet of drones.
It’s a solution hiding in plain sight.
Kate Devlin is reimagining the future of human-robot lovemaking.
You don't need electricity to implement binary operations, though it certainly helps.