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'Dislike' Button Would Improve Spotify Recommendations
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'Dislike' Button Would Improve Spotify Recommendations

A research team at Cornell University has developed a recommendation algorithm that could improve Spotify by incorporating both likes and dislikes.

Preparing for a Future Pandemic with AI
From ACM TechNews

Preparing for a Future Pandemic with AI

Artificial intelligence-driven investigations into COVID treatments are yielding insights for application to future pandemic responses.

Tesla Drivers Become 'Inattentive' When Using Autopilot, Study Finds
From ACM News

Tesla Drivers Become 'Inattentive' When Using Autopilot, Study Finds

Drivers glanced less at the road and more on "non-driving related areas."

The Problem with 'Complex' Passwords
From ACM TechNews

The Problem with 'Complex' Passwords

University of Strathclyde in Scotland's Karen Renaud said requiring complex passwords to deter hackers has the unintended effect of making the process too difficult...

Ancient Mesopotamian Cuneiform Tablets Could Be Decoded by AI
From ACM TechNews

Ancient Mesopotamian Cuneiform Tablets Could Be Decoded by AI

A deep learning artificial intelligence model has decoded ancient Mesopotamian cuneiform tablets.

Here Comes the Rain Again
From ACM News

Here Comes the Rain Again

Using machine learning to better forecast floods.

Unlimited Digital Sensing Unleashed for Imaging, Audio, Driverless Cars
From ACM TechNews

Unlimited Digital Sensing Unleashed for Imaging, Audio, Driverless Cars

A new method could support unlimited digital sensing.

City-Wide Quantum Data Network in China Is Largest Ever Built
From ACM TechNews

City-Wide Quantum Data Network in China Is Largest Ever Built

China has been running a city-wide quantum communications network in Hefei, the largest quantum network demonstration built to date, for almost three years.

NASA Sends Robots to Study Climate Change in the Arctic
From ACM TechNews

NASA Sends Robots to Study Climate Change in the Arctic

The U.S. National Aeronautics and Space Administration dispatched two robots to the Arctic in early July to collect sea surface temperature data.

More Shark-Spotting Drones, Drumlines Added to NSW Coastlines
From ACM TechNews

More Shark-Spotting Drones, Drumlines Added to NSW Coastlines

Australia's New South Wales will spend AU$21.4 million (US$15.4 million) to expand its shark management program with drones, drumlines, and beach-monitoring stations...
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