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An edited collection of advanced computing news from Communications of the ACM, ACM TechNews, other ACM resources, and news sites around the Web.


Inherit the Wind
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Inherit the Wind

Wind forecasting is entering the age of artificial intelligence.

Is AI Becoming Sentient?
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Is AI Becoming Sentient?

Determining AI's sentience, its capacity to experience feelings and sensations, will take some time.

U.S. AI Policy Still Effectively A Closed Box
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U.S. AI Policy Still Effectively A Closed Box

Expect a tapestry of federal, state and local policies to take shape.  

The Doctor Will Hear You Soon
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The Doctor Will Hear You Soon

The vocal biomarker community is getting louder.  

'Are You Real?'
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'Are You Real?'

An ecosystem is emerging for ‘digital human’ development.

Partnering With AI
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Partnering With AI

Human-machine interaction gets a fresh look.

Managing with Technology
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Managing with Technology

Human Resources departments are taking advantage of the workforce management capabilities provided by artificial intelligence.

Seeding a Level Playing Field for 'Dr. AI'
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Seeding a Level Playing Field for 'Dr. AI'

Algorithms must be trained on current health data to be useful.

Deep or Shallow, NLP Is Breaking Out
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Deep or Shallow, NLP Is Breaking Out

Neural net advances improve computers' language ability in many fields.

Quantum Quests
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Quantum Quests

Three breakthrough experiments involving photons have extended coherence times and indicated scalable production.

Analyzing Medical Data
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Analyzing Medical Data

Electronic patient records contain a treasure trove of data, and researchers are using natural language processing technology to mine the structured data and free...

Brave NUI World
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Brave NUI World

Natural user interface developments, such as Microsoft's Kinect, may indicate the beginning of the end for the mouse.

Unlimited Possibilities
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Unlimited Possibilities

M. Frans Kaashoek discusses systems work, "undo computing," and what he learned from Andrew S. Tanenbaum.

I, Domestic Robot
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I, Domestic Robot

With recent advances in laser rangefinders, faster algorithms, and open source robotic operating systems, researchers are increasing domestic robots' semantic and...

Turning Data Into Knowledge
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Turning Data Into Knowledge

Today's data deluge is leading to new approaches to visualize, analyze, and catalog enormous datasets.

Exploring New Frontiers
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Exploring New Frontiers

The Expeditions in Computing program provides scientists with the funding to work on ambitious, often multidisciplinary research.

Autonomous Helicopters
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Autonomous Helicopters

Researchers are improving unmanned helicopters' capabilities to address regulatory requirements and commercial uses.
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