Such cyborg partnerships could aid law enforcement during manhunts.
Charles Q. Choi, Contributor
Once the tricky political agreements have been reached, how do nations take apart their nuclear weapons?
Benjamin Plackett, Contributor
We may be vulnerable, researchers warn after demonstrating a cyberattack on a CT scanner, highlighting the need for better security.
Claire Cleveland, Contributor
With civility and democracy on the line, bots, trolls, and their hunters are waging a cat-and-mouse game on the internet.
Yuen Yiu, Staff Writer
Chinese scientists have built two major quantum infrastructure projects, and the race is on to take the next step.
Scientists are training computers to help us stop asteroids from crashing into our planet.
Advances in GPS and remote detection of hidden military sites shift the strategic landscape.
Celebrating its tenth anniversary this March, hacking competition Pwn2Own has uncovered numerous vulnerabilities in everyday computer programs.
Scientists develop ways to ensure the reliability of random number generators.
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