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GitHub Launches Code Scanning to Unearth Vulnerabilities Early
From ACM TechNews

GitHub Launches Code Scanning to Unearth Vulnerabilities Early

GitHub last week launched a code-scanning tool to help developers identify flaws in code prior to its public rollout.

Google's TF-Coder Tool Automates Machine Learning Model Design
From ACM TechNews

Google's TF-Coder Tool Automates Machine Learning Model Design

Google Brain researchers have created an automated coding tool for machine learning frameworks like TensorFlow, that outperforms humans on challenging development...

Lyft Releases Self-Driving Vehicle Data Set, Launches $30,000 Challenge
From ACM TechNews

Lyft Releases Self-Driving Vehicle Data Set, Launches $30,000 Challenge

Lyft has released a Prediction Dataset, which contains the logs of movements of cars, pedestrians, and other obstacles encountered by its 23 autonomous vehicles...

Facebook's TransCoder AI Converts Code From One Programming Language Into Another
From ACM TechNews

Facebook's TransCoder AI Converts Code From One Programming Language Into Another

Facebook says its TransCoder can convert code from one high-level programming language into another.

Oracle Open-Sources Graphpipe to Make It Easier to Deploy Machine Learning Models
From ACM TechNews

Oracle Open-Sources Graphpipe to Make It Easier to Deploy Machine Learning Models

Oracle has released an open-source tool called Graphpipe to facilitate the deployment of machine learning models.

How Pixar Made Monsters ­niversity, Its Latest Technological Marvel
From ACM Careers

How Pixar Made Monsters ­niversity, Its Latest Technological Marvel

Monsters University, the new animated film from Disney's Pixar division that debuts on June 21, will serve as light summer entertainment for most audiences. But...

Even Ray Kurzweil Is Nervous About a Future with Hyper-Intelligent Machines
From ACM Opinion

Even Ray Kurzweil Is Nervous About a Future with Hyper-Intelligent Machines

Ray Kurzweil is looking forward to the year 2029.

With Kinect-Like Gestures, Softkinetic Leads the Way to Intel's Perceptual Computing
From ACM News

With Kinect-Like Gestures, Softkinetic Leads the Way to Intel's Perceptual Computing

The age of perceptual computing starts with devices that can be controlled with the wave of your hand or the sound of your voice rather than just a mouse, keyboard...
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