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
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Designers and appliance makers increasingly rely on a host of technological innovations to update the traditional tasks of cooking, storing and cleaning up.
UC San Diego News Center From ACM TechNews | November 23, 2020
A fleet of autonomous, electrically-powered robot vehicles has started delivering medicine to care homes in London's Borough of Hounslow as part of a public trial...Interesting Engineering From ACM TechNews | November 20, 2020
Popular disaster applications are violating their privacy policies by continuing to track users' whereabouts, or providing personal information to third parties...University of Illinois News Bureau From ACM TechNews | November 19, 2020
A soft fabric robotic gripper developed by University of New South Wales Sydney engineers can grasp, pick up, and release fragile objects without breaking them....University of New South Wales Sydney Newsroom From ACM TechNews | November 17, 2020
Computer scientists, neurobiologists, and a master-perfumer at Israel's Weizmann Institute of Science have developed a framework for odors that maps how they are...Weizmann Institute of Science From ACM TechNews | November 17, 2020
City College of New York researchers say they have developed a quantum algorithm with the potential to study a class of many-electron quantums system using quantum...SciTechDaily From ACM News | November 17, 2020
Autonomous vehicle startup Cruise has announced a partnership with Walmart to deliver orders from a Scottsdale, AZ, Walmart store to local customers' homes.
VentureBeat From ACM TechNews | November 16, 2020
Researchers have developed a strain sensor for use in smart textiles and soft robotic systems that is extremely resilient.
Harvard University John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences From ACM TechNews | November 13, 2020
Researchers designed a rubbery bioelectronic cardiac patch that can be implanted on the heart to monitor its health.
University of Houston Cullen College of Engineering From ACM TechNews | November 12, 2020