Researchers have detailed when people chose to move out of a hurricane's path and how much travel was hindered by winds and flooding following Hurricane Maria in...Phys.org From ACM TechNews | November 15, 2017
Researchers using machine-learning technology to analyze about 800 movie scripts found widespread gender bias in the portrayal of male and female characters.
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In a competition, robots were unable to overcome the challenge of an unlocked door impeding their way at an outdoor obstacle course, illustrating the technology's...The Wall Street Journal From ACM TechNews | November 15, 2017
The Exascale Computing Project's Center for Efficient Exascale Discretizations collaborates to create highly optimized discretization libraries and next-generation...HPCwire From ACM TechNews | November 14, 2017
University of Kansas professor Huazhen Fang is leading research to address "unstructured uncertainty" in the quest to develop accurate predictive mathematical...KU News From ACM TechNews | November 13, 2017
Researchers re developing new input/output architectures for convolutional neural network-based cross-view gait recognition by utilizing a Siamese network for verification...Osaka University From ACM TechNews | November 13, 2017
Governments are taking a closer look at artificial intelligence as a way to further their strategic interests in areas such as national defense.
U.S. News $ World Report From ACM TechNews | November 13, 2017
Surface features on Ceres—the largest world between Mars and Jupiter—and its interior evolution have a closer relationship than one might think.
Jet Propulsion Laboratory/NASA From ACM News | November 10, 2017
The Cosmos computer code is driving supercomputer models of black hole jets and is used to investigate other unusual space phenomena.
Texas Advanced Computing Center From ACM TechNews | November 10, 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