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
Digital artworks known as nonfungible tokens are selling for massive sums, but research indicates their creation may carry an enormous environmental cost.
The New York Times From ACM TechNews | April 15, 2021