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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.


Reconfigurable Brain-Like Chips Top Deep Neural Net
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Reconfigurable Brain-Like Chips Top Deep Neural Net

The quantum material NNO demonstrates novel quantum properties that enable it to learn throughout its lifetime.

Quantum Datacenter Intranet Advances
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Quantum Datacenter Intranet Advances

While these breakthroughs must be considered proofs of concept, they demonstrate the pieces of future quantum datacenters are coming together, says independent...

Robot Teams Win DARPA Subterranean Challenge
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Robot Teams Win DARPA Subterranean Challenge

The teams behind the real and virtual robots named as winners shared a total of  $5 million in prize money.

Post-Quantum Cryptography: Protecting Today from Tomorrow
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Post-Quantum Cryptography: Protecting Today from Tomorrow

Crafting more difficult algorithms to protect secrets so they are resilient to future quantum computers is creating, in effect, post-quantum cryptography.

Dialing the Trust Level Down to Zero
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Dialing the Trust Level Down to Zero

With cybersecurity under increasing attacks, experts say we should move to the Zero Trust Architecture. 

Programmable Trap Can Kill Viruses
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Programmable Trap Can Kill Viruses

Computational genetic engineering has enabled a method of "trapping" and killing viruses.  

Screen Recognition Makes Apps More Accessible
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Screen Recognition Makes Apps More Accessible

Apple's Screen Recognition algorithm identifies the metadata necessary to communicate the functions of any app or Web page to the visually impaired.

Semantics Beats Syntax
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Semantics Beats Syntax

IBM, Google, and Microsoft are all developing algorithms that understand the meaning of words.
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