Researchers at Oregon Health & Science University have built three-dimensionally printed bricks that can be used to heal broken bones and damaged soft tissue.
Interesting Engineering From ACM TechNews | August 3, 2020
NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory received 572 entries from 82 countries in a contest to generate ideas for replacing traditional spacecraft sensors in its future...Space.com From ACM TechNews | August 3, 2020
Researchers developed and tested an augmented reality headset that helps surgeons remotely guide medics through performing surgery in simulated war zones.
Purdue University News From ACM TechNews | July 31, 2020
A multi-institutional team of researchers has published Armada, a coding language and tool for high-performance concurrent programs that ensure code is mathematically...Carnegie Mellon University CyLab Security and Privacy Institute From ACM TechNews | July 31, 2020
The U.K.'s British Computer Society, Royal Statistical Society, and Royal Academy of Engineering have joined forces to develop industry-wide professional standards...ZDNet From ACM TechNews | July 30, 2020
Researchers at the University of Chicago's Pritzker School of Molecular Engineering (PME) have created a process that uses big data to design new proteins.
University of Chicago Pritzker School of Molecular Engineering From ACM TechNews | July 30, 2020
Among the many things the coronavirus outbreak has highlighted is how fragile our artificial intelligence systems are. We need new approaches to ensure our AI systems...Gizmodo From ACM News | July 30, 2020
Police use of "geofence" warrants is being disputed by criminal defendants in Virginia and San Francisco, and could be banned by lawmakers in New York.
The Wall Street Journal From ACM TechNews | July 29, 2020
Ford will use two of Boston Dynamics' Spot robots to help the automaker update the original engineering plans of a transmission manufacturing plant, as a pilot...TechCrunch From ACM TechNews | July 29, 2020