For voters around the world, including the millions of Americans who will cast ballots in the midterms up to and on November 6, an election is democracy in action—an...Scientific American From ACM News | October 30, 2018
Changes in immigration policies hover over a culture that's rewarded excellence and has not historically imposed restrictions based on prior connections, social...Scientific American From ACM Careers | October 3, 2018
Many Americans see the future crowding into the present and some of the innovations ahead unnerve them, especially as they reshape ideas about human dominion.
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The Outer Space Treaty (OST) turns 50 in October. The foundational 1967 pact establishes space as "the province of all mankind" and forbids the nearly 100 states...Scientific American From ACM Careers | August 29, 2017
On New Year's Eve in 2015 local and federal agents arrested a 26-year-old man in Rochester, N.Y., for planning to attack people at random later that night using...Scientific American From ACM News | May 26, 2017
A defining moment in modern biology occurred on July 24, 1978, when biotechnology pioneer Robert Swanson, who had recently co-founded Genentech, brought two young...Scientific American From ACM Opinion | February 5, 2016
You may have seen the Parks and Recreation episode where Tom Haverford makes 26 different online dating profiles to increase his odds of matching with every woman...Scientific American From ACM Careers | February 13, 2015
A small cybersecurity firm claimed this summer to have uncovered a scam by Russian Internet thieves to amass a mountain of stolen information from 420,000 Web and...Scientific American From ACM Careers | September 17, 2014
Last October, T-Mobile made an astonishing announcement: from now on, when you travel internationally with a T-Mobile phone, you get free unlimited text messages...Scientific American From ACM Opinion | January 9, 2014
When Microsoft launched its research labs in 1991, the personal computer was just beginning to blossom into a worldwide phenomenon, thanks in no small part to Windows...Scientific American From ACM Opinion | December 27, 2013
Which is more intrusive: security screening and metal detectors every few blocks, or a drone flying high above it taking video of every little thing you do?Scientific American From ACM Opinion | April 18, 2013
Cornell University's plan for a new high-tech, applied-science campus on an island in New York City's East River moved to the next phase on Monday when the city...Scientific American From ACM Careers | October 16, 2012
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