The results of experiments involving more than 3,000 participants demonstrates that increasing the realism of violent video games does not necessarily boost aggression...niversity of York From ACM TechNews | January 17, 2018
Teams of students demonstrated a broad range of original video games at the University of Southern California GamePipe Laboratory Fall 2017 Showcase.
SC Viterbi News From ACM TechNews | January 9, 2018
As deep-learning artificial intelligence technologies advance, the "Uncanny Valley"--the unease people feel toward realistic computer-generated humans--is beginning...Wired From ACM TechNews | December 15, 2017
The repeal of net neutrality ushers in a new chapter of the internet that could eventually transform the way Americans communicate, shop and consume information...Politico From ACM News | December 14, 2017
Researchers at Pennsylania State University have found virtual reality can help journalists pull readers into their stories, but flashier design elements of VR...Pennsylania State niversity From ACM TechNews | December 12, 2017
Every month, about four million more Indians get online. They include people like Manju, a 35-year-old seamstress in this city of ancient palaces, who got her first...The New York Times From ACM News | December 6, 2017
Angelina is an artificial intelligence that can imagine new video games from scratch, which has produced hundreds of experimental games since 2011.
Technology Review From ACM TechNews | December 1, 2017
Researchers have developed an artificial intelligence that can skillfully play a Battleship-like game by determining how to ask questions as efficiently as possible...Technology Review From ACM TechNews | November 21, 2017
Researchers using machine-learning technology to analyze about 800 movie scripts found widespread gender bias in the portrayal of male and female characters.
UW News From ACM TechNews | November 15, 2017
Researchers have been developing a tool that can take a single image of a face and create an animated version that puts on either a happy, sad, or angry expression...New Scientist From ACM TechNews | November 10, 2017