acm-header
Sign In

Communications of the ACM

News


Latest News News Archive Refine your search:
datePast Year
subjectManagement
authorThe Guardian (U.K.)
bg-corner

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


People with Type 1 Diabetes in England to Receive Skin Sensor to Monitor Blood Sugar
From ACM TechNews

People with Type 1 Diabetes in England to Receive Skin Sensor to Monitor Blood Sugar

The U.K. National Health Service will offer roughly 250,000 people in England with type 1 diabetes a skin sensor to monitor their blood sugar.

Pinterest Bans All Climate Misinformation
From ACM News

Pinterest Bans All Climate Misinformation

The image-focused social network says it will take down content that distorts or denies facts of climate crisis.

World's Largest Lab-Grown Steak Unveiled by Israeli Firm
From ACM TechNews

World's Largest Lab-Grown Steak Unveiled by Israeli Firm

Researchers at the Israeli firm MeaTech 3D said they have grown a 4-ounce steak in a lab, the largest produced thus far.

Working of Algorithms Used in Government Decision-Making to Be Revealed
From ACM TechNews

Working of Algorithms Used in Government Decision-Making to Be Revealed

A new U.K. government standard for transparency requires ministers and public entities to disclose the underlying architecture of algorithms they use for decision...

Privacy Fears as Moscow Metro Rolls Out Facial Recognition Pay System
From ACM TechNews

Privacy Fears as Moscow Metro Rolls Out Facial Recognition Pay System

Privacy activists warn the Moscow metro's Face Pay facial recognition payment system constitutes a sinister move by Russia to monitor and control its people.

7-Eleven Took Photos of Australian Customers' Faces Without Consent, Privacy Commissioner Rules
From ACM TechNews

7-Eleven Took Photos of Australian Customers' Faces Without Consent, Privacy Commissioner Rules

Australian privacy commissioner Angelene Falk said facial recognition technology used in 700 Australian 7-Eleven stores interfered with customer privacy.

Zuckerberg Hits Back at Facebook Whistleblower Claims
From ACM News

Zuckerberg Hits Back at Facebook Whistleblower Claims

Frances Haugen's testimony that social networking company puts profit before people just not true."

Robot Rock: Can Big Tech Pick Pop's Next Megastar?
From ACM News

Robot Rock: Can Big Tech Pick Pop's Next Megastar?

Faced with so much new music, major labels are using algorithms to hunt down tomorrow's hits. Is this great news for rising stars – or the recipe for a bland new...
Sign In for Full Access
» Forgot Password? » Create an ACM Web Account