Chile has become the first country to pass a "neuro rights" law that establishes the rights of individuals to personal identity, free will, and mental privacy.
...Agence France-Presse From ACM TechNews | October 1, 2021
Smartphone accelerometers could be used to eavesdrop on phone conversations, according to University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign researchers.
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign From ACM TechNews | October 1, 2021
Researchers found that using Bessel beams reduced the likelihood of pore formation and "keyholing" in laser powder bed fusion, a high-power laser printing process...Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory From ACM TechNews | September 30, 2021
A national task force is recommending the use of a new diagnostic equation for measuring kidney function that eliminates race from the algorithm.
Penn Medicine News From ACM TechNews | September 30, 2021
U.S. Federal Aviation Administration officials said the agency will deploy new software to more easily estimate when planes can taxi onto a runway and take off....The Wall Street Journal From ACM TechNews | September 29, 2021
Computer scientists, music historians, musicologists, and composers applied artificial intelligence to the task of completing Beethoven's unfinished Tenth Symphony...Smithsonian From ACM TechNews | September 29, 2021
Three-dimensional printing can create nearly any object. A partnership in Mexico is putting that theory to the test, building a village for residents living in...The New York Times From ACM News | September 29, 2021
An artificial intelligence technique can determine which neoantigens (cell surface peptides generated by cancer cells) are recognized by the immune system.
News-Medical Life Sciences From ACM TechNews | September 28, 2021
Government use of face ID systems exploded during the pandemic—but tying it to critical services has left some people locked out at the moment they needed help...MIT Technology Review From ACM News | September 28, 2021