DEPARTMENT: Cerf's Up
As with the huge hotel and condo complex being constructed adjacent to the building where my office is located, tools for building new systems often require temporary scaffolding to reach the point where the intended system can …
Gary Marcus on the systems that "pose a real and imminent threat to the fabric of society."
Finding novel materials needs more than pure machine learning.
Even as software grows increasingly complex, artificial intelligence helps to simplify and automate coding tasks.
Software can improvise on the spot to accompany the performance of live musicians.
DEPARTMENT: ACM Publications Finances
One requirement for ACM's multiyear transition to become a fully Open Access publisher is to develop and implement a sustainability plan to ensure ACM Publications continues to operate at a high level with the quality of its …
COLUMN: Technology Strategy and Management
Considering the promises and perils of contracting for the use of artificial intelligence tools and data.
COLUMN: Kode Vicious
COLUMN: Economic and Business Dimensions
Proposing a framework for a decentralized market where no one party controls the flow of information.
Gaps facing the industry as quantum safe algorithms move closer to standardization.
Complementary objectives competing for the same resources.
A unique viewpoint on risks to senior citizens from academia.
Leveraging scalable pointer analysis, value analysis, and dynamic analysis.
A discussion with Maya Kaczorowski, Falcon Momot, George Neville-Neil, and Chris McCubbin
SECTION: Contributed Articles
Enabling object detectors to better distinguish between real and fake objects in semi-autonomous and fully autonomous vehicles.
Defining and analyzing the impact of cyberattacks on novel generations of BCIs.
SECTION: Review Articles
A new generation of automatic theorem provers eliminate bugs in software and mathematics.
SECTION: Research Highlights
"Symbol-Synchronous Buses," by Jonathan Oostvogels et al., conceives a notion of a symbol-synchronous bus, which effectively makes a multi-hop wireless network behave like a single wire.
We describe a novel networking paradigm that aims to enable a new class of latency-sensitive applications by systematically breaking networking abstractions.
COLUMN: Last Byte
Seeking a solution to a bovine calculation situation.