Russian pizza magnate Fyodor Ovchinnikov plans to open 1,000 Dodo Pizza outlets in Europe, Asia, and Africa in the next five years, using a combination of application...Bloomberg From ACM TechNews | October 16, 2019
Researchers have developed motion-capture software that uses deep learning to model a fruit fly's movements in three dimensions, in the hope of designing fly-like...EPFL (Switzerland) From ACM TechNews | October 16, 2019
The Australian government is allocating AU$31.8 million (about US$21.5 million) to the Australian Research Council to study responsible, ethical, and inclusive...ZDNet From ACM TechNews | October 15, 2019
Baylor University researchers have developed a free smartphone app that uses machine learning to flag eye disease from personal photos, as much as a year ahead...IEEE Spectrum From ACM TechNews | October 7, 2019
Researchers in Switzerland have developed a system that represents a new, low-cost way to think about cryptocurrencies.
Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne (Switzerland) From ACM TechNews | October 2, 2019
High-tech aerial drones known as "croc spotters," which patrol along riverbeds to detect crocodiles, recently were tested in Cairns, Queensland, Australia.
Agence France-Presse From ACM TechNews | September 27, 2019
Pennsylvania State University researchers used a digital simulation to explore how a toxin generated by saltwater algae might cause Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis...Penn State News From ACM TechNews | September 26, 2019
Researchers integrated visual effects techniques and magnetic resonance imaging to create an ultra-realistic animated simulation of the human hand in motion.
USC Viterbi News From ACM TechNews | September 25, 2019
The U.S. Department of Transportation has issued Michigan, Ohio, and Virginia its first three Automated Driving Systems Demonstration Grants to research and develop...CNet From ACM TechNews | September 23, 2019
A researcher at the Ars Electronica Futurelab research center in Austria has used open-source artificial intelligence software to mimic classical symphonies.
Agence France-Presse From ACM TechNews | September 17, 2019
University of Massachusetts, Amherst researchers have unveiled physiological-sensing textiles that can be woven or stitched into sleep apparel.
UMass Amherst News From ACM TechNews | September 13, 2019