A team of researchers at Stanford University developed a prototype smart toilet with four cameras that can identify users based on their "analprint."
A new guide 'With Great Tech Comes Great Responsibility' arrives during a period of backlash on campuses, where tech companies like Amazon and Palantir recruit.
UC Berkeley, Stanford, and Carnegie Mellon are among the campuses that accept funds from the data mining company that sells its tech to ICE.
A new bill in California would give college athletes the right to their name, image, and likeness.
A Stanford coach who took more than $600K in bribes isn't getting any jail time.
When researchers measured the welfare of hundreds of people who left Facebook for a month, they found they were happier, less politically informed, more active in IRL activities, and less likely to go back to Facebook.
Women are coming for the judge who let Baylor ex-frat president accused of sexual assault off with no jail time
Texas judge Ralph Strother accepted a plea of “no contest" from Jacob Anderson, a Baylor University student, in early December.
Judge Aaron Persky needs help paying off $135,000 by Dec. 31.
Not only are employees overwhelmingly unlikely to be awarded money in arbitration cases, they also tend to win less than in cases involving court trials.
‘Society Will Decide What to Do Next’: Chinese Researchers Claim to Create the First Gene-Edited Babies
The researchers claim the DNA of twin girls was altered to protect them against HIV, but the results haven’t been published in a scientific journal and many researchers are questioning the ethical and scientific validity of the claim.
Perceptual ad blockers will come out on the losing side in the war against internet advertisers and expose users to a host of new attack vectors in the process, the researchers warned.
A court rejected Brock Turner's request for a new trial on Wednesday after his lawyer argued he wanted "outercourse" with his victim, not intercourse.