Designers and engineers are modifying three-dimensional printing technology to make domestic products, like furniture and homeware, that would be impossible or...Financial Times From ACM TechNews | October 8, 2020
Researchers developed an artificial intelligence algorithm that is almost as accurate as a physician in diagnosing Covid-19 in the lungs and distinguishing Covid...University of Central Florida From ACM TechNews | October 5, 2020
New computer models demonstrate how massive clumps of interstellar gas scatter some stars from their orbits and create galaxy disks with bright centers that fade...Iowa State University News Service From ACM TechNews | October 1, 2020
Spotify, Match Group, Epic Games and others have created a nonprofit alliance that they hope will amplify a protest against the power of the giants.
The New York Times From ACM News | September 25, 2020
Researchers at the U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology have developed a new technique for three-dimensional printing of gels and other soft materials...U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology From ACM TechNews | September 24, 2020
Researchers at Germany's Technical University of Munich say they have created accident-preventing software for autonomous vehicles that anticipates variations of...Technical University of Munich (Germany) From ACM TechNews | September 21, 2020
Apple and Singapore's government have partnered on the two-year LumiHealth initiative, which will monitor and reward user behavior via the Apple Watch and an iPhone...Bloomberg From ACM TechNews | September 21, 2020
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
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