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What Children Want to Know About Computers
What Children Want to Know About Computers
10.19.2018

Does a super computer have a really big chip in it? Would we be more or less clever if computers …

Changing Who Pays for CS Professional Development in the U.S. and Who Controls It: It Has to be Local
Changing Who Pays for CS Professional Development in the U.S. and Who Controls It: It Has to be Local
10.17.2018

In the U.S., a shift in who pays to prepare computer science (CS) teachers.

Mystery Dating of the World-famous 'Millionaire' Calculating Machine Solved
Mystery Dating of the World-famous 'Millionaire' Calculating Machine Solved
10.15.2018

Regarding the discovery of new documents about the H.W. Egli AG (Zurich) company in the Museum für Kommunikation, Berne, Switzerland.

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Shaken by Hype, Self-Driving Leaders Adopt New Strategy: Shutting Up
Shaken by Hype, Self-Driving Leaders Adopt New Strategy: Shutting Up
10.19.2018

Three former executives at Google, Tesla and Uber who once …

MIT Finds a Smarter Way to Fight Spectre-style CPU Attacks
MIT Finds a Smarter Way to Fight Spectre-style CPU Attacks
10.19.2018

DAWG offers more security without a steep performance hit.

How Political Campaigns Weaponize Social Media Bots
How Political Campaigns Weaponize Social Media Bots
10.18.2018

In the summer of 2017, a group of young political activists …

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Building the Universal Archive of Source Code
10.01.2018
Building the Universal Archive of Source Code

A global collaborative project for the benefit of all.

World of Math Aflutter Over New Proof of Riemann Hypothesis
09.25.2018
World of Math Aflutter Over New Proof of Riemann Hypothesis

The 90-year-old mathematician Michael Atiyah has presented what he referred to as a "simple proof" of the Riemann hypothesis, a …

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