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


Neurosymbolic AI
From Communications of the ACM

Neurosymbolic AI

Combining neural networks with symbolic representations might make them more versatile and dependable.

Cleveland Wants to Use AI to Fight Illegal Dumping
From ACM News

Cleveland Wants to Use AI to Fight Illegal Dumping

The city intends to deploy smart cameras outfitted with the new technology on two corridors known for being dumping hotspots.

The Robots Are Here, And Making You Fries
From ACM News

The Robots Are Here, And Making You Fries

Meet Flippy, Sippy and Chippy, the newest technology stepping in to address a protracted labor crunch in food service.

Electric Vehicles Could Rescue the Power Grid
From ACM News

Electric Vehicles Could Rescue the Power Grid

By 2035, the batteries in California's zero-emission cars could power every home in the state for three days.

Photon Bursts Boost Quantum-Sensor Performance
From ACM TechNews

Photon Bursts Boost Quantum-Sensor Performance

The University of Chicago's Aashish Clerk and colleagues found a seemingly unwanted quantum effect may help improve the sensitivity of quantum sensors by up to...

Crops for a Changing Planet
From ACM News

Crops for a Changing Planet

An Oak Ridge team links plant performance and genetics, seeking a food-biofuel balance in a changing climate.

Open Source Hardware?
From ACM News

Open Source Hardware?

Hardware design starts to see the attraction of open source.

Engineers Develop Wearable to Monitor Tumor Size
From ACM TechNews

Engineers Develop Wearable to Monitor Tumor Size

Stanford University engineers have designed a wearable device that can measure the size, and changes in size, of tumors.

Mars Rover, Drone Prototypes Brave Iceland Winds
From ACM TechNews

Mars Rover, Drone Prototypes Brave Iceland Winds

This summer, prototype rovers and drones designed to operate on Mars were tested in high winds and other harsh environmental conditions in Iceland.

Nike Sneaker-Cleaning Robot Looks Like Car Wash for Shoes
From ACM TechNews

Nike Sneaker-Cleaning Robot Looks Like Car Wash for Shoes

Nike's Bot Initiated Longevity Lab (BILL) robot-powered system deep-cleans and repairs sneakers.

AI-Powered 'Smart Bin' Sorts Recycling
From ACM TechNews

AI-Powered 'Smart Bin' Sorts Recycling

A prototype "smart bin" can sort recyclable materials automatically through a combination of artificial intelligence, robotics, and machine vision.

NIST, Google to Create Chips for Researchers, Startups
From ACM TechNews

NIST, Google to Create Chips for Researchers, Startups

The National Institute of Standards and Technology and Google have signed an agreement to develop and produce chips researchers can use to create new technologies...

Harvard, AWS Alliance to Advance Research in Quantum Science
From ACM TechNews

Harvard, AWS Alliance to Advance Research in Quantum Science

Harvard University and Amazon Web Services have partnered to further faculty-led quantum networking research.

This Robot Catches Grandma Before She Falls
From ACM TechNews

This Robot Catches Grandma Before She Falls

A mobile robot balance assistant developed by scientists at Singapore's Nanyang Technological University can anticipate and catch seniors before they fall.

Will Moths Inspire a New Kind of Microphone?
From ACM TechNews

Will Moths Inspire a New Kind of Microphone?

Researchers at the U.K.'s University of Strathclyde created a simulated ear to study the hearing system of the lesser wax moth, Achroia grisella.

The Supply Chain Broke. Robots Are Supposed to Help Fix It
From ACM News

The Supply Chain Broke. Robots Are Supposed to Help Fix It

The companies behind e-commerce are embracing automation as the means of transcending the limitations of humans.

Light-Sensing 3D-Printed Device Could Help People with Lupus
From ACM TechNews

Light-Sensing 3D-Printed Device Could Help People with Lupus

A three-dimensionally printed wearable device features an ultraviolet and visible light detector to correlate light exposure with symptom flare-ups in people with...

Voice-Operated Smartphones Target Africa's Illiterate
From ACM TechNews

Voice-Operated Smartphones Target Africa's Illiterate

The Cerco company, in partnership with French teleco Orange, is rolling out a "superphone" equipped with a voice assistant in the Ivory Coast.

Computer Experts Urge Georgia to Replace Voting Machines
From ACM TechNews

Computer Experts Urge Georgia to Replace Voting Machines

A group of computer and election security experts said hand-marked paper ballots should replace Georgia's Dominion Voting Systems touchscreen voting machines.

How Silicon Chips Rule the World
From ACM News

How Silicon Chips Rule the World

Maintaining the flow of oil is still crucial for the world economy. But now the supply of semiconductors is also critical for commerce, and war and peace.
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