Machine learning algorithms are showing promise at helping better simulate the effect of clouds, making climate models more accurate…
From ACM NewsSandrine Ceurstemont Commissioned by CACM Staff| November 24, 2020
An edited collection of advanced computing news from Communications of the ACM, ACM TechNews, other ACM resources, and news sites around the Web.
Advances in artificial intelligence and machine learning are motivating researchers to design and build new chips to support different computing models.
Samuel Greengard From Communications of the ACM | May 1, 2017
Smartphone apps are driving changes in the way people park. Sensors, crowdsourcing, and big data are making it easier to find open parking spots.Samuel Greengard From Communications of the ACM | June 1, 2015
Transportation engineers and city planners are looking to information technology to redefine traffic management in urban areas. With the opportunity, however, comes...Samuel Greengard From Communications of the ACM | January 1, 2015
Sophisticated computer models and simulations are replacing test tubes and beakers. This revolution in biology research is redefining medicine, agriculture, and...Samuel Greengard From Communications of the ACM | May 1, 2014
Disk drives and solid-state drives have long served as the foundation for computer storage, but breakthroughs in molecular and DNA science could revolutionize the...Samuel Greengard From Communications of the ACM | August 1, 2013
3-D printing has come of age. It promises to revolutionize a wide range of industries and profoundly change the way people buy and consume.Samuel Greengard From Communications of the ACM | July 1, 2013
Engineers are reinventing electronics by building safe devices that dissolve in the body or within the environment. The technology could redefine everything from...Samuel Greengard From Communications of the ACM | May 1, 2013
Computer modeling is radically redefining healthcare and epidemiology by providing new tools for understanding the impact of different intervention strategies.Samuel Greengard From Communications of the ACM | February 1, 2013