Australia is building "Earth's Black Box," a reportedly indestructible steel structure containing a real-time archive of climate change news and research.
The Washington Post From ACM TechNews | December 15, 2021
F-Secure Labs researchers reported two eight-year-old vulnerabilities affecting 150 HP multifunction printers could be exploited to commandeer target devices.
The Hacker News From ACM TechNews | December 7, 2021
Scientists are racing to store, analyze, and preserve massive volumes of climate change data collected by sensor-equipped satellites, aircraft, and other instruments...The Wall Street Journal From ACM TechNews | December 6, 2021
Scientists at the Georgia Institute of Technology's Georgia Tech Research Institute claim they can improve DNA data storage 100-fold with a new processor they developed...BBC News From ACM TechNews | December 3, 2021
A team of researchers combined microscopy, biochemistry, and artificial intelligence to identify previously unknown components of human cells.
UC San Diego Health News From ACM TechNews | November 30, 2021
Spiderwebs inspired researchers at the Netherlands' Delft University of Technology to design one of the world's most precise microchip sensors.
TU Delft (Netherlands) From ACM TechNews | November 29, 2021
To determine your risk, start-ups are applying technology to data points as various as your college and the mileage on the used car you want to buy.
The New York Times From ACM News | November 30, 2021
A new database shows the movement of the river centerlines of the 48 most threatened deltas in the world over the past 40 years.
University of Texas at Austin News From ACM TechNews | November 11, 2021
Researchers at Germany's Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg and Russia's Ural Federal University found search engines often return inaccurate health information...Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg From ACM TechNews | November 9, 2021
Scientists have developed a secure identity verification technique based on the precept that information cannot exceed the speed of light.
McGill University Newsroom (Canada) From ACM TechNews | November 5, 2021
Key questions and challenges remain, including how to scale qubit devices while reducing noise and errors to the point where the devices become useful.
Samuel Greengard From Communications of the ACM | November 1, 2021