Questions are already being asked about security in the metaverse, as it could present new opportunities for phishing, identity theft and even spying.
People who don't trust healthcare providers are less likely to get vaccinations. Rethinking the way that information is delivered is key to changing this.
Gen Z are most likely to see themselves using virtual spaces in their jobs. And only 16 percent of people don't see themselves working in the metaverse.
The three major areas that would benefit from industry-wide harmonization of cybersecurity regulations are data protection, interoperability and cost.
With millions of Nigerian children and their families facing poverty, the founder or Knosk believes STEM school with low fees could help Nigerians escape poverty.
Machine learning has faced difficulties in understanding dynamic systems, such as water movements. But a new algorithm is able to model such movements.
MIT researchers have created a machine-learning model for image classification that uses synthetic data - and it can rival one trained on real data, they say.
Open source software has proven to mobilise developers, seeing them collaborate to address urgent threats but splintering the web will hurt those efforts.
Researchers surveyed 100 firms to see how they successfully use machine learning. Strong partnerships, data availability and trained employees are key.
Western tech companies may have popularized the concept, but – with its young population and growing tech economy – will the metaverse be built in India?
Quantum computing holds much promise over classical computing, but the technology needs proper governance to mitigate risks and misuse.
The last two years have altered the world, and the lens through with we view it. And through all the change, mobile connectivity provided a steadying hand.
A recent study has asked people to give their own perceptions on a shrinking attention span, and how mobile phones and social media could be to blame.
The importance of technology is growing globally. It can help South Asians expand skills and knowledge to build a better future, writes the World Bank's Cecile Fruman.