By analyzing network traffic going to suspicious domains, security administrators could detect malware infections weeks or even months before they're able to capture...Georgia Institute of Technology From ACM Careers | May 23, 2017
The year was 1999, and the people were going online. AOL, Compuserve, mp3.com, and AltaVista loaded bit by bit after dial-up chirps, on screens across the world...The Atlantic From ACM Careers | May 23, 2017
A former developer for IBM pled guilty on Friday (May 19) to economic espionage and to stealing trade secrets related to a type of software known as a clustered...Fortune From ACM Careers | May 22, 2017
Companies without cyber insurance are dusting off policies covering kidnap, ransom and extortion in the world's political hotspots to recoup losses caused by ransomware...Reuters From ACM Careers | May 19, 2017
A team of designers has developed a helmet-like PET scanner that opens the door to a mobile brain imaging tool to assist studies of human interaction, dementia,...Brookhaven National Laboratory From ACM Careers | May 19, 2017
The world's largest genetics research center isn't at Harvard or Stanford or even the NIH. It's a 20-mile drive from Hong Kong International Airport, in the bustling...Wired From ACM News | May 19, 2017
Machine-learning experts are in short supply as companies in many industries rush to take advantage of recent strides in the power of artificial intelligence.
Technology Review From ACM Careers | May 18, 2017
Hans Christen directs nanoscale material science research at the Center for Nanophase Material Sciences at Oak Ridge National Laboratory in east Tennessee.
U.S. DOE Office of Science From ACM Careers | May 18, 2017
Sandia National Laboratories later this month will host the 11th annual Western National Robot Rodeo, a four-day event where civilian and military bomb squad teams...Sandia National Laboratories From ACM Careers | May 17, 2017
If I asked you "how many computing devices do you own?" your mind will probably first jump to your PCs and laptops at home, and then to your smartphones and tablets...Ars Technica From ACM News | May 17, 2017