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Smartphone Apps for Social Good

Mobile apps make it easier, faster, and cheaper to create massive impact on social causes ranging from world hunger t...

Open Source Software No Longer Optional

Open development and sharing of software gained widespread acceptance 15 years ago, and the practice is accelerating.

Inverse Privacy

Seeking a market-based solution to the problem of a person's unjustified inaccessibility to their private information.

The Rise of Social Bots

Today's social bots are sophisticated and sometimes menacing. Indeed, their presence can endanger online ecosystems a...

Legal Advice on the Smartphone

New apps help individuals contest traffic, parking tickets.

Graph Matching in Theory and Practice

A theoretical breakthrough in graph isomorphism excites complexity experts, but will it lead to any practical improve...

Accelerating Search

The latest in machine learning helps high-energy physicists handle the enormous amounts of data produced by the Large...

An Interview with Yale Patt

ACM Fellow Professor Yale Patt reflects on his career in industry and academia.

The Key to Privacy

40 years ago, Whitfield Diffie and Martin E. Hellman introduced the public key cryptography used to secure today's on...

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