Humans are less forgiving of robot co-workers after multiple mistakes — and the trust is difficult to restore, a University of Michigan study says.
University of Michigan From ACM Careers | February 2, 2023
Universities need new ways to assess and respond to threats to academic integrity posed by AI tools that students could use to cheat on written assignments.
Financial Times From ACM TechNews | December 27, 2022
Computer scientists from Stanford University have found that programmers who accept help from AI tools like Github Copilot produce less secure code than those who...The Register From ACM Careers | December 27, 2022
Researchers from Brigham and Women's Hospital and MIT used a computer vision algorithm in a system to measure adherence to and provide real-time feedback on mask...Brigham and Women’s Hospital From ACM Careers | December 13, 2022
Scientists at the University of Cambridge used wearable devices to accurately measure the fitness of individuals without requiring the users to exercise.
University of Cambridge From ACM TechNews | December 5, 2022
Stack Overflow has temporarily banned users from sharing responses generated by OpenAI's chatbot ChatGPT, saying they "have a high rate of being incorrect."
The Verge From ACM Careers | December 6, 2022
Automation accounts for more than half of the increasing income gap between more- and less-educated workers in the United States over the last four decades, a published...MIT News From ACM Careers | November 21, 2022
Neurotechnology is coming to the workplace in the form of sensors that extract data from workers' brains with an eye on making them happier and more productive....IEEE Spectrum From ACM Careers | November 21, 2022
Scientists from Technion-Israel Institute of Technology and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology collaborated to create genetic "devices" designed to perform...Technion-Israel Institute of Technology From ACM Careers | November 15, 2022
Some companies see warehouse-floor automation as helping them onboard tech-savvy workers and managers as part of their efforts to reduce headcount, lower costs,...The Wall Street Journal From ACM TechNews | November 2, 2022
Researchers have harnessed the self-organization skills required to reap the benefits of natural swarms for robotic applications in artificial intelligence, computing...Intelligent Computing From ACM Careers | September 23, 2022
To prevent embarrassment and reputational damage, academic publishers have turned to AI software to detect image duplication before a paper is published in a journal...The Register From ACM Careers | September 22, 2022
Are coders doomed? That question has been bouncing around computer-programming communities with the rise of automated coding assistants and systems that can write...IEEE Spectrum From ACM Careers | September 20, 2022
Researchers at the University of Alberta developed a methodology that eliminates gender bias from text while retaining other critical contextual data in natural...University of Alberta From ACM TechNews | September 12, 2022
A study of managers' leadership tactics and their choice of communications channel on staff performance found that charismatic video communication led to higher...Karlsruhe Institute of Technology From ACM Careers | September 13, 2022
The SC22 conference schedule provides a first glimpse of the finalists for the 2022 ACM Gordon Bell Prize, awarded annually to recognize "innovation in applying...HPCwire From ACM Careers | August 17, 2022
Researchers have presented a framework for what they call "explainable artificial intelligence" (XAI) which shows that real-time human-robot mutual understanding...Interesting Engineering From ACM Careers | August 8, 2022