Sign In

Communications of the ACM

News


An edited collection of advanced computing news from Communications of the ACM, ACM TechNews, other ACM resources, and news sites around the Web.


Genetic Analysis Method Could Advance Personal Genomics
From ACM TechNews

Genetic Analysis Method Could Advance Personal Genomics

The laboratory ofJohns Hopkins University's Alexis Battle developed software that could help identify more causes of genetic disorders, especially when used with...

AI Can Edit Video in Real Time to Sync Audio to People's Lips
From ACM TechNews

AI Can Edit Video in Real Time to Sync Audio to People's Lips

Researchers at India's International Institute of Information Technology (IIIT) have developed artificial intelligence that tweaks video footage in real time to...

Can AI Detect Dyslexia?
From ACM News

Can AI Detect Dyslexia?

Researchers try to fill the void of simple, inexpensive dyslexia detection tools with a game, and with handwriting analysis, both supported by artificial intelligence...

Take a Road Trip Using the 2020 Robotics Roadmap
From ACM News

Take a Road Trip Using the 2020 Robotics Roadmap

Every four years a Roadmap for U.S. Robotics is published. 2020 is the year for the latest edition, and RIA Robotics Week just introduced it.

Method for Automated Control Leverages Advances in AI
From ACM TechNews

Method for Automated Control Leverages Advances in AI

Researchers at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory developed a method for designing automated control systems that incorporate advances in deep learning and...

Anticipating the Feeling Economy
From ACM News

Anticipating the Feeling Economy

As artificial intelligence proliferates, human emotional intelligence increasingly will be prized in workers.

Computers Can't Cut Red Tape
From ACM News

Computers Can't Cut Red Tape

Modernizing government technology can be helpful during a crisis. To a point.

Stanford Launches AI-Powered TV News Analyzer
From ACM TechNews

Stanford Launches AI-Powered TV News Analyzer

Researchers have launched an interactive tool powered by artificial intelligence that enables the public to search cable TV news transcripts and compute the screen...

AI Removes Unwanted Objects From Photos
From ACM TechNews

AI Removes Unwanted Objects From Photos

A new algorithm uses artificial intelligence to digitally remove unwanted objects in photos.

Toward an ML Model That Can Reason About Everyday Actions
From ACM TechNews

Toward an ML Model That Can Reason About Everyday Actions

Researchers trained a hybrid language-vision machine learning model to recognize abstract concepts in video.

Wildfire Spotting Goes High Tech: Can Silicon Valley Save Northern California?
From ACM TechNews

Wildfire Spotting Goes High Tech: Can Silicon Valley Save Northern California?

High-technology implementations in Northern California are making fire spotters and firefighters more adaptive to changing conditions while improving their safety...

Machines Rival Expert Analysis of Stored Red Blood Cell Quality
From ACM TechNews

Machines Rival Expert Analysis of Stored Red Blood Cell Quality

A three-year, multi-institutional study by 19 researchers at 12 institutions in five countries yielded artificial intelligence models that can automate evaluations...

AI Identifies 50 New Planets From Old NASA Data
From ACM TechNews

AI Identifies 50 New Planets From Old NASA Data

Machine learning artificial intelligence found 50 new planets by mining old data from the U.S. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.

ML Model Finds SARS-COV-2 Growing More Infectious
From ACM TechNews

ML Model Finds SARS-COV-2 Growing More Infectious

Researchers have developed a novel machine-learning model that suggests SAR-CoV-2 has become more infectious due to genome mutations.

F-16 Pilot Took on AI in a Dogfight. Here's Who Won
From ACM TechNews

F-16 Pilot Took on AI in a Dogfight. Here's Who Won

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency recently hosted virtual "AlphaDogFight Trials," in which an artificial intelligence program easily beat a U.S. Air...

Japanese Town to Test Autonomous Amphibious Bus
From ACM TechNews

Japanese Town to Test Autonomous Amphibious Bus

The Japanese town of Naganohara will test a consortium's autonomous amphibious bus in a trial beginning in December and running through March 2021.

Argonne Scientists Use AI to Strengthen Power Grid Resiliency
From ACM TechNews

Argonne Scientists Use AI to Strengthen Power Grid Resiliency

Scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy's Argonne National Laboratory have created a new artificial intelligence technique that can help operators understand...

Machines can Spot Mental Health Issues—If you Hand Over your Personal Data
From ACM News

Machines can Spot Mental Health Issues—If you Hand Over your Personal Data

Digital diagnosis could transform psychiatry by mining your most intimate data for clues. But is the privacy cost worth it?

Predicting the Lifespan of an App
From ACM TechNews

Predicting the Lifespan of an App

Northwestern Polytechnical University researchers have developed a model for predicting the lifespan of an app.

Visa Unveils More Powerful AI Tool That Approves or Denies Card Transactions
From ACM News

Visa Unveils More Powerful AI Tool That Approves or Denies Card Transactions

The deep-learning application makes more accurate decisions on behalf of banks experiencing network disruptions, Visa says.
Sign In for Full Access
» Forgot Password? » Create an ACM Web Account