I am certainly no philosopher, but as I observe the apparent erosion of agreement on factual evidence in our society. Somewhere along the line, critical thinking must be given the stature it deserves.
Vinton G. Cerf Page 5DEPARTMENT: BLOG@CACM
Digital technologies such as virtual reality, augmented reality, and holograms allow museums and other institutions to preserve historical events and tell stories in an engaging way.
Esther Shein Pages 15-17COLUMN: The profession of IT
The artificial intelligence design challenge of teaming humans and machines is difficult because machines cannot read the context of use.
Peter J. Denning, John Arquilla Pages 18-21COLUMN: Kode Vicious
ACM luminaries describe how their experiences with DEI issues vary between the different continents where they have lived.
L. A. Barroso, T. Choudhury, M. Gupta, O. Olukotun, R. A. Popa, D. Song, David A. Patterson Pages 30-31SECTION: Practice
A study of the intersections of gender, race, socioeconomic status, prestige, and subfield structure in computing.
Nicholas Laberge, K. Hunter Wapman, Allison C. Morgan, Sam Zhang, Daniel B. Larremore, Aaron Clauset Pages 46-55
Employers seek recruits who can apply the knowledge, skill, and culture they acquire in college to solve problems as soon as they enter the workforce.
Juan Chen, Sheikh Ghafoor, John Impagliazzo Pages 56-65SECTION: Turing lecture
"DIAMetrics," by Shaleen Deep et al., describes a versatile framework from Google for automatic extraction of benchmarks and their distributed execution and performance monitoring.
Peter Boncz Page 104
This paper introduces DIAMetrics: a novel framework for end-to-end benchmarking and performance monitoring of query engines.
Shaleen Deep, Anja Gruenheid, Kruthi Nagaraj, Hiro Naito, Jeff Naughton, Stratis Viglas Pages 105-112COLUMN: Last byte