To reduce illicit use of three-dimensional printers, researchers devised a method to accurately identify each machine’s unique "fingerprint."
University at Buffalo News From ACM TechNews | April 23, 2021
Researchers have advanced the development of molecule-based materials that can serve as light-addressable fundamental quantum bits.
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (Germany) From ACM TechNews | April 22, 2021
Researchers used a spiking neural network on a microchip as a foundation for developing more efficient hardware-based artificial intelligence systems.
KAUST Discovery (Saudi Arabia) From ACM TechNews | April 21, 2021
The U.K. Civil Aviation Authority authorized a trial in which drone company Sees.ai will operate drone flights beyond the pilot's line of sight at remote industrial...Financial Times From ACM TechNews | April 21, 2021
University at Buffalo and University of Pittsburgh engineers three-dimensionally-printed graphene aerogels for water treatment, after addressing scalability and...University at Buffalo News Center From ACM TechNews | April 19, 2021
Researchers used three-dimensional printing to create a robotic elephant trunk that uses artificial intelligence to emulate how sensory input triggers synaptic ...New Scientist From ACM TechNews | April 19, 2021
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University's Rolf Mueller and colleagues have developed a new technique for identifying the point of origin of a sound....Virginia Tech Daily From ACM TechNews | April 16, 2021