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The FBI's new database of face images will allow law enforcement to search for suspect matches among ordinary citizens
A baby's face can be accurately aged through adulthood with the first automated aging software
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Computer analysis can predict a book’s appeal
Corporations are paying for the world's most famous free operating system
IBM is investing $1 billion in its Watson supercomputer in hopes of building a $10 billion business within a decade.
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A new form of encryption could make practically unhackable code
We could save energy in everything from smartphones to supercomputers by letting them make mistakes
Saturday, hockey fans in Kennewick, Wash., will take part in a tryout of a Homeland Security system—or they’ll have to carefully dodge the cameras
The technologies of persistent surveillance can protect us only if certain boundaries are respected
An Israeli group is scanning and reassembling 250 000 document fragments that are hundreds of years old
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