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More Replicas of Historical Calculating Machines Found
More Replicas of Historical Calculating Machines Found
01.11.2019

Documenting the discovery of several previously unknown replicas of historical computing devices made by Roberto A. Guatelli.

The Ethical Responsibilities of the Student or End-User Programmer
The Ethical Responsibilities of the Student or End-User Programmer
01.06.2019

If a student's program goes awry, who is responsible? How do we protect society and encourage people to learn about …

Computer Science Relies on the Opposite of Godel's Results
Computer Science Relies on the Opposite of Godel's Results
12.26.2018

The first-order theories of Gödel's results necessarily leave mathematical objects ill-defined.

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We'd Have More Quantum Computers If It Weren't So Hard to Find the Damn Cables
We'd Have More Quantum Computers If It Weren't So Hard to Find the Damn Cables
01.18.2019

Blake Johnson spends a lot of time thinking about things …

Giving Algorithms a Sense of Uncertainty Could Make Them More Ethical
Giving Algorithms a Sense of Uncertainty Could Make Them More Ethical
01.18.2019

Algorithms are increasingly being used to make ethical decisions. Perhaps …

Venture Capitalists Balk at Proposed Export Limits on AI, Quantum Computing
Venture Capitalists Balk at Proposed Export Limits on AI, Quantum Computing
01.18.2019

Venture capitalists are warning the Trump administration against limiting exports …

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Who Owns 3D Scans of Historic Sites?
01.01.2019
Who Owns 3D Scans of Historic Sites?

Three-dimensional scanning can be used to protect or rebuild historic structures, but who owns that digital data?

Quantum Leap
01.01.2019
Quantum Leap

A new proof supports a 25-year-old claim of the unique power of quantum computing.

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