Yegor Bugayenko ponders the dangers of "hazardous enthusiasm," while Mark Guzdial considers whether the need to teach computational thinking can be "designed away."
Yegor Bugayenko, Mark Guzdial Pages 10-11COLUMN: News
Smartphone apps offering location data services may be desirable, but their ability to collect personal data that can be sold to third parties is less attractive.
Sarah Underwood Pages 19-21COLUMN: Law and technology
Computer and information scientists join forces with other fields to help solve societal and environmental challenges facing humanity, in pursuit of a sustainable future.
Carla Gomes, Thomas Dietterich, Christopher Barrett, Jon Conrad, Bistra Dilkina, Stefano Ermon, Fei Fang, Andrew Farnsworth, Alan Fern, Xiaoli Fern, Daniel Fink, Douglas Fisher, Alexander Flecker, Daniel Freund, Angela Fuller, John Gregoire, John Hopcroft, Steve Kelling, Zico Kolter, Warren Powell, Nicole Sintov, John Selker, Bart Selman, Daniel Sheldon, David Shmoys, Milind Tambe, Weng-Keen Wong, Christopher Wood, Xiaojian Wu, Yexiang Xue, Amulya Yadav, Abdul-Aziz Yakubu, Mary Lou Zeeman Pages 56-65
EarSketch leverages the appeal of music to create a learning environment that allows students to be expressive with code.
Jason Freeman, Brian Magerko, Doug Edwards, Tom Mcklin, Taneisha Lee, Roxanne Moore Pages 78-85
We present OpenFab, a programmable pipeline for synthesis of multimaterial 3D printed objects that is inspired by RenderMan and modern GPU pipelines.
Kiril Vidimče, Szu-Po Wang, Jonathan Ragan-Kelley, Wojciech Matusik Pages 97-105COLUMN: Last byte