The hacker who steals your data is just one part of an illicit supply chain featuring producers, wholesalers, distributors and consumers – a black-market industry worth millions of dollars.
From building planning to heritage restoration and advance surveillance, drones are set to change the face of our cities – here’s how.
A wealth of research on social media shows that COVID-19 misinformation is damaging to public health.
The deployment of 5G networks depends on the compatibility of the instruments and protocols of a handful of industry players.
Start high, drop fast and avoid the free-riders: How to design subsidies that can boost clean energy in the US and elsewhere.
If Twitter were to go dark, with it would go a valuable source of data as well as a means of sharing information relied on by activists, journalists, public health officials and scientists.
In a viscous cycle, it’s also becoming harder to get cyberinsurance.
Meta’s focus on virtual reality might free up space for smaller social media players to compete.
Despite their dangers, highly realistic deepfake images and videos are finding positive uses in the creative arts.
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Serena Williams’s investment in a Nigerian digital company shows why the country’s technology sector is attractive.
Canada is well positioned to gain far-reaching economic and social benefits from the rapidly developing quantum industry, but it must act now to secure its success.
Many AI algorithms, like facial recognition software, have been shown to be discriminatory to people of color, especially those who are Black.
Artificial Intelligence has great potential to save the lives of mental health patients.
What will it take for Ukraine to defend against the ballistic missiles, cruise missiles and explosive drones raining down on the country? The question is not so much what as how many.
Misinformation has bedeviled social media companies for years, and the problem is especially consequential during elections. Are the companies up to the job as the 2022 midterm elections approach?
Some US law enforcement agencies are using a commercial app that tracks people all day long via their phones – without a court order or oversight.
Quantum entanglement is the stuff of sci-fi, advanced physics research and, increasingly, technology used by governments, banks and the military.
The economic picture has changed but Musk is pushing ahead with a deal, for now.
Lawmakers and courts in Ghana must strengthen protections for drivers of ride hailing companies