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subjectComputers And Society
authorSandrine Ceurstemont
Commissioned by CACM Staff

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


Predicting When Volcanoes Will Blow
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Predicting When Volcanoes Will Blow

Experts hope machine learning can help warn local residents of impending eruptions.

The View from On High
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The View from On High

Satellite imagery could address the limitations in traditional sources of data.

Spotting High-Risk Behavior Online
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Spotting High-Risk Behavior Online

Using machine learning to identify signs of dangerous behavior on social media.

Adding AI to Education
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Adding AI to Education

Some fear artificial intelligence could replace teachers, but it has a long way to go.

How Old is Your Brain?
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How Old is Your Brain?

Machine learning can help assess the physical age of one’s brain.

Can AI Detect Dyslexia?
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Can AI Detect Dyslexia?

Researchers try to fill the void of simple, inexpensive dyslexia detection tools with a game, and with handwriting analysis, both supported by artificial intelligence...

AI In the ICU
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AI In the ICU

Artificial intelligence can help doctors better understand what is happening to (and in) their patients when it matters most.

Predicting Cyberattacks
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Predicting Cyberattacks

A growing number of researchers are focusing on being more proactive in predicting and preventing cyberattacks, rather than reactively fixing problems later.
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