Machine learning & AI

The challenges of regulating artificial intelligence

In 1950, Alan Turing asked, "Can machines think?" More than 70 years later, advancements in artificial intelligence are creating exciting possibilities and questions about its potential pitfalls.

Consumer & Gadgets

Business trumps politics for Chinese companies at CES

Xiaoyu Fan smiled as she looked around a bustling China Pavilion at the Consumer Electronics Show Wednesday as gadgets like bladeless fans were displayed and deals were being made.

Engineering

Securing carbon fiber from waste coal

At the University of Kentucky's Center for Applied Energy Research (CAER), scientists' innovative research to turn Kentucky waste coal into high-value carbon products has been published in the journal Carbon.

Engineering

New interferometry technique could improve GPS

A new scientific technique could significantly improve the reference frames that millions of people rely upon each day when using GPS navigation services, according to a recently published article in Radio Science.

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