Critics say Fraser Samson hiring is ‘outrageous conflict of interest’ as monitoring technology is rolled out in UK high streets
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The material is being exploited for smartphone screens, insulated windows, and more.
Unidentified governments are surveilling smartphone users via their apps' push notifications, a U.S. senator warned on Wednesday....
Sony’s content removals and unexpected account bans are timely reminders of why you don’t really own digital content.
QuEra gets ready for error correction, runs operations with over 40 logical qubits.
The new library of functions will answer questions and enhance knowledge. Everyone, everywhere can access and contribute to it now.
Google let OpenAI take the lead in the AI race — now, it’s mounting a comeback.
It can take up to 30 seconds to conduct a Deep Search.
A whistleblower believes the self-driving vehicle technology is not safe enough for public roads.
The multicellular bots move around and help heal “wounds” created in cultured neurons. Scientists at Tufts and Harvard made tiny biological robots called Anthrobots using human tracheal cells. These tiny robots move and, in the lab, help neurons grow in damaged areas. The researchers hope to use similar biobots made from...
OEMs collect too much personal data and share it too freely, says Senator Markey.
Biotech company 23andMe first disclosed a data breach affecting a portion of its customers back in October. The information was obtained in a credential stuffing attack. An SEC filing now reveals roughly 14,000 accounts were accessed, along with information on millions of users participating in the DNA Relatives feature.
Oxford University Press has named “rizz″ as its word of the year to highlight the popularity of a term used by Generation Z to describe someone’s ability to attract or seduce another person.
The promised wave of autonomous big rigs never materialized. But 2024 could prove to be a pivotal year for the technology.
A WIRED investigation into internet censorship in US schools found widespread use of filters to censor health, identity, and other crucial information. Students say it makes the web entirely unusable.
AI chatbot deception paper suggests that some bots (and people) aren't very persuasive.
The reactor, a forerunner for the vast ITER experiment in France, has the potential to hasten the race for cleaner energy.
After getting fed up with the general neglect of MacOS accessibility from Apple, and having wanted to work on something meaningful for quite some time, I decided to attempt something that for some reason nobody seems to have tried to do before: write a completely new screen-reader for that platform. This isn't an easy task, not...
YouTube's dramatic content gatekeeping decisions of late have a long history behind them, and there's an equally long history of these defenses being bypassed.
Meta and YouTube are looking to Demi Lovato, Tom Brady and other A-listers to mainstream the technology — flawed guardrails and all.
If Musk fulfils just 15 percent of Cybertruck preorders, it would equal the annual unit sales of Toyota. If the polarizing EV flops, Tesla could be in big trouble.
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A WIRED analysis of more than 100 restricted channels shows these communities remain active, and content shared within them often spreads to channels accessible to the public.
Today, I added a box of related/random collections - I must admit that the ones you created are fantastic. Collection names can be repeated since they are user-assigned. I added the option to mark a collection as official - those with the highest number of followers in a given topic and with a specific name can be marked and...
Accused of violating kids' privacy, Facebook owner challenges FTC authority.
Altman explains why he decided to return to OpenAI and what comes next for the company.
Released earlier this month, OpenAI’s GPTs let anyone create custom chatbots. But some of the data they’re built on is easily exposed.
The newsletter platform’s lax content moderation creates an opening for white nationalists eager to get their message out.
The Titan Image Generator includes automatic invisible watermarking.
Newly discovered materials can be used to make better solar cells, batteries, computer chips, and more.
Nathan Woodyard was suspended for two years until jury found him not guilty of manslaughter and criminally negligent homicide
The 17-day long wait for the 41 workers trapped in the Silkyara tunnel of Uttarakhand finally ended on Tuesday.
Meta's Facebook lost the latest round of a court battle over privacy with the U.S. Federal Trade Commission on Monday after a federal judge ruled the regulator can seek to reduce the amount of money the social media company makes from users under 18.
I have so much…
Somehow it took an antitrust trial to find out.
Web storefront maker fixed the flaw, but not before blasting infoseccer
For most games, a license is either free or the cost of a medium-nice dinner.
Artificial intelligence employed by the Pentagon has piloted pint-sized surveillance drones, helped Ukraine fight Russia, predicts when Air Force jets need maintenance and tracks rivals’ satellites in space.
A soft robot replica solves a mystery about the evolution of movement.
Three researchers have found a long-sought way to pull information from large databases secretly, moving us closer to fully private internet searches.
Heat pumps are ubiquitous in the form of air conditioners. Scientists just invented one that avoids harmful refrigerant gases
Forced to use real names on platforms like Weibo, Chinese influencers quit social media instead.