A soft wearable device developed by engineers at the University of New South Wales Sydney in Australia recreates the sense of touch using haptic technology.
University of New South Wales From ACM TechNews | September 21, 2020
The rule that the same dollar buys twice the computing power every 18 months is no longer true, but a new law—which we named for the CEO of Nvidia, the company...The Wall Street Journal From ACM News | September 21, 2020
Researchers have enhanced deep neural network performance by integrating feature normalization and feature attention modules into a hybrid attentive normalization...NC State News From ACM TechNews | September 18, 2020
Researchers have developed a modeling and simulation toolkit to help researchers and city planners determine the specific advantages and disadvantages of urban...National Renewable Energy Laboratory From ACM TechNews | September 18, 2020
Arizona State University engineers have come up with an algorithm that manages autonomous vehicle traffic through intersections safely, under real-life conditions...ASU Now From ACM TechNews | September 18, 2020
U.K. police agencies are trying out the use of aerial drones to support ground-based forces in scenarios where helicopter or aircraft deployments may be less practical...ZDNet From ACM TechNews | September 18, 2020
The laboratory ofJohns Hopkins University's Alexis Battle developed software that could help identify more causes of genetic disorders, especially when used with...Hub, Johns Hopkins University From ACM TechNews | September 17, 2020
A study from Dartmouth College found information from smartphones can predict connectivity between brain regions that govern emotion, and anticipate neural functions...Dartmouth College From ACM TechNews | September 16, 2020
An automated system for vehicle license plate recognition could help identify dangerous drivers in real time before an incident occurs.
Edith Cowan University (Australia) From ACM TechNews | September 16, 2020
A computational model developed at the U.S. Department of Energy's Ames Laboratory could make Nuclear Magnetic Resonance spectroscopy a more powerful research tool...Ames Laboratory, U.S. Department of Energy From ACM TechNews | September 15, 2020
U.S. cities and towns are using artificial intelligence to monitor and regulate short-term rentals, with some hoping to spot tax-revenue opportunities during the...The Wall Street Journal From ACM TechNews | September 15, 2020
Research has found privacy issues innate to current blockchain platforms, suggesting the technology requires further refinement for consideration of privacy rights...University of South Australia From ACM TechNews | September 14, 2020
Researchers try to fill the void of simple, inexpensive dyslexia detection tools with a game, and with handwriting analysis, both supported by artificial intelligence...Sandrine Ceurstemont From ACM News | September 15, 2020
Project IKE tracks every keystroke made by 200 fighters working on computers, and churns out predictions about the possibility of success on individual cyber missions...Yahoo! News From ACM News | September 15, 2020