Computer scientists at the University of Bath have developed motion capture technology that enables you to digitize a dog without using a motion capture suit.
University of Bath From ACM Careers | June 17, 2020
Kendra Aumann-Weyenberg, a University of Wisconsin-Stout senior, is one of 100 students worldwide to win a $10,000 scholarship from the Google Women Techmakers...Dunn County News From ACM Careers | June 15, 2020
On August 31, 1970, an experiment began that continues to this day. The first chess tournament for computers was held as part of the ACM's 25th National Conference...ChessBase From ACM Careers | June 5, 2020
Researchers are working on a software-defined approach to storage services that allows scientists to pull from a collection of modules to create a data storage...Argonne National Laboratory From ACM Careers | June 2, 2020
A group of five female tech engineers from Duetto recently won first place in the Women Hack the Crisis Global All-Women Virtual Hackathon event, with their Hotel...Duetto From ACM Careers | June 1, 2020
Texas Instruments is pulling support for assembly- and C-based programs on the TI-84 Plus CE calculator and its French counterpart. The move is meant to prevent...Engadget From ACM Careers | May 26, 2020
Intern Tiffany Shi joined the Jet Propulsion Laboratory team this past summer testing new technology for landing NASA's next rover on Mars.
NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory From ACM Careers | May 22, 2020
Research scientists modeled the atmosphere of Mars to help determine that salty pockets of water present on the Red Planet are likely not habitable by extant Earth...Southwest Research Institute From ACM Careers | May 12, 2020
Virtual assistants, chatbots, and automated answering systems rely on computational linguists to manage and transmit to machines the complex aspects of language...Explica From ACM Careers | May 11, 2020