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AI Resurrects Ancient Board Games and Makes Them Playable Online
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AI Resurrects Ancient Board Games and Makes Them Playable Online

Researchers from Maastricht University have developed an artificial intelligence that's reconstructed nearly a thousand ancient board games thought lost to history...

AI Testing Suggests Prized Rubens Painting Is a Fake
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AI Testing Suggests Prized Rubens Painting Is a Fake

A series of tests using artificial intelligence has found that the Peter Paul Rubens masterpiece Samson and Delilah at the National Gallery in London is most likely...

'Capture the Flag' Competition for Cybersecurity Awareness Month
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'Capture the Flag' Competition for Cybersecurity Awareness Month

Purdue University will mark Cybersecurity Awareness Month with a variety of activities in October, including a "Capture the Flag" computer security competition...

NSF Grant Sees Dancers and AI As Creative Collaborators
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NSF Grant Sees Dancers and AI As Creative Collaborators

A U.S. National Science Foundation grant to Professor Brian Magerko at Georgia Institute of Technology will fund "research to develop a computational architecture...

Model That Predicts How to Build Muscle Could Become a Software Product
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Model That Predicts How to Build Muscle Could Become a Software Product

Researchers from the University of Cambridge have developed a mathematical model that can predict the optimum exercise regime for building muscle, and could form...

Six New Barbie Dolls Celebrate Women of Science
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Six New Barbie Dolls Celebrate Women of Science

Mattel has recognized six women scientists as role models in the fight against COVID-19 with Barbie dolls made in their likeness.

MLB to Test Electronic System for Catchers to Give Signals to Pitchers
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MLB to Test Electronic System for Catchers to Give Signals to Pitchers

Major League Baseball will begin testing new technology next month that allows catchers in the Low-A West minor leagues to electronically communicate signals to...

Commercial Video Games Could Help Treat Mental Illness, Research Shows
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Commercial Video Games Could Help Treat Mental Illness, Research Shows

Popular video games have the potential to provide low-cost, easy access, effective, and stigma-free support for some mental health issues, according to researchers...

Telecom Engineer Writes Novels About Abuses of Science and Technology
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Telecom Engineer Writes Novels About Abuses of Science and Technology

Thomas J J Starr applied his insight as a telecommunications engineer to "Retrograde," a novel that explores the Internet's vulnerabilities and the disastrous impacts...

Some California Colleges Offer Credit For Playing Video Games
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Some California Colleges Offer Credit For Playing Video Games

Both Cal State Dominguez Hills and UC Irvine offer certificates in esports, which means students can earn credit for playing video games.

DeepMind Wants to Use AI to Transform Soccer
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DeepMind Wants to Use AI to Transform Soccer

Alphabet-owned DeepMind is working with Liverpool to bring computer vision and statistical learning to the high-stakes world of sports.

Course Bridges the Gap Between Computer Science and Art
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Course Bridges the Gap Between Computer Science and Art

Mark Santolucito's Creative Embedded Systems course at Barnard College bridges the worlds of art and computer science.

Recommendation Systems Fail Fans of Non-Mainstream Music
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Recommendation Systems Fail Fans of Non-Mainstream Music

Listeners of high-energy music such as hard rock and hip-hop may be given less accurate recommendations by music recommender systems than listeners of other music...

Rutgers Center Juggles March Madness, IBM Internship
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Rutgers Center Juggles March Madness, IBM Internship

Myles Johnson's internship with IBM began Feb. 1, just hours after Rutgers' Scarlet Knights flew back from a win at Northwestern. (Johnson had seven points and...

Unity Will Groom 80,000 Game Developers With Education Initiative
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Unity Will Groom 80,000 Game Developers With Education Initiative

Unity Technologies hopes to groom 80,000 people for game jobs over three years with an education initiative aimed at helping people learn how to program and develop...

Gamers Forge Their Own Paths When It Comes to Accessibility
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Gamers Forge Their Own Paths When It Comes to Accessibility

Players with disabilities and chronic illnesses haven't waited around for console manufacturers to look their way.

Verizon and Smithsonian Launch AR Museums
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Verizon and Smithsonian Launch AR Museums

As COVID-19 restrictions continue, Verizon is helping Smithsonian put interactive museum content online.

How Video Games Are Saving Those Who Served
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How Video Games Are Saving Those Who Served

Video games can be lifesaving, grounding, and even therapeutic for those who have served overseas in combat zones.

AI With Human-Like Characteristics Is Viewed Differently, Study Finds
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AI With Human-Like Characteristics Is Viewed Differently, Study Finds

AI systems with human-like characteristics are likely to be given more credit and responsibility than those without, a study found.

Netflix's Reed Hastings Deems Remote Work 'a Pure Negative'
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Netflix's Reed Hastings Deems Remote Work 'a Pure Negative'

Reed Hastings, a founder and co-chief executive of Netflix Inc., discusses working from home, returning to the office, delivering candid feedback, and more.
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