The National Football League is starting to use tracking technology that can distinguish exact distances and measure the value of a single inch, which could dramatically...The Wall Street Journal From ACM TechNews | November 20, 2019
Amazon Web Services developed the DeepRacer League, a competition designed to teach a branch of artificial intelligence known as reinforcement learning.
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Businesses are tapping the gaming-engine software of "Fortnite" and other videogames for applications ranging from car design to drug discovery. \]
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With drone racing becoming more popular, spectators and commentators need better ways of seeing which drones are ahead and which are falling behind.
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Researchers hope to train artificial intelligence to master Hanabi, a card game in which everyone wins or loses depending on how well they communicate.
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For a story that takes place "a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away" a great deal of the technology in the "Star Wars" series actually has parallels today on...The Wall Street Journal From ACM Opinion | December 14, 2015
In the 1997 action movie Face/Off, an FBI agent must undergo face-transplant surgery and assume the identity of a ruthless terrorist to foil a plot.The Wall Street Journal From ACM News | October 29, 2015
To get an idea of how the mobile Web is catapulting millions of people into the digital age by skipping landline connections, have a look at Vietnam.The Wall Street Journal From ACM Careers | June 12, 2015
Like a distant relative who makes you feel bad at the annual holiday get together, Microsoft has created a website that analyzes a photo of a person's face and...The Wall Street Journal From ACM News | May 1, 2015
Robots are becoming more of a reality in everyday life, and movies have started to overhaul their depiction of them. They're gentler, friendlier, and often better...The Wall Street Journal From ACM Opinion | February 27, 2015