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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.


Humans Are Needed in the Robotic Loop
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Humans Are Needed in the Robotic Loop

Are people the answer to the robot reliability issue?

Artificial Intelligence Informs Eating
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Artificial Intelligence Informs Eating

How deep learning food recognition can take the hassle out of watching what you eat.

Rogue Drone Pilots Face A New Foe: Deep Learning AI
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Rogue Drone Pilots Face A New Foe: Deep Learning AI

A growing number of counter-drone systems look to overwhelm rogue drones, and find their pilots.

As Air Taxis Arrive, Software Issues Arise
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As Air Taxis Arrive, Software Issues Arise

Urban 'flying car' technology is almost here, but with proponents haunted by a 1977 helicopter crash, getting safety right is the top priority.

Smarter Voice Assistants Recognize Your Favorite Brands—and Health
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Smarter Voice Assistants Recognize Your Favorite Brands—and Health

People often surrender their data privacy to their continuously listening voice assistants without understanding the implications.

Blockchaining the Arts
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Blockchaining the Arts

Blockchain's undeletable data can address privacy and security issues in the fine art markets.

Bounties Mount for Bugs
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Bounties Mount for Bugs

Maturing bug bounty programs spot data abuse, secure the Internet of Things.

Rethinking Autonomous Vehicles
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Rethinking Autonomous Vehicles

Consumer fears intensify as self-driving car fatalities dent the driverless dream.

Saving Lives with Aerial Drones
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Saving Lives with Aerial Drones

Aerial drone swarms could self-assemble into hovering rescue platforms.

Who Wrote This?
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Who Wrote This?

The creators of malicious code could be unmasked by a machine learning de-anonymizer.

How Human is Your Robot?
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How Human is Your Robot?

A Brown University team develops a way to 'score' robots for being more (or less) like people.
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