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.


Quantum Supremacy Achieved by More Complex Quantum Computer
From ACM TechNews

Quantum Supremacy Achieved by More Complex Quantum Computer

A quantum computer completed a calculation in 4.2 hours that would have taken a classical system thousands of years.

Robot-Prepped Pizza at 800 Degrees
From ACM TechNews

Robot-Prepped Pizza at 800 Degrees

Autonomous pizza machine developer 800 Degrees Pizza has partnered with an international pizza brand to offer a fully automated pizza-making experience.

Unique Amplifier Could Change Optical Communication
From ACM TechNews

Unique Amplifier Could Change Optical Communication

A new amplifier promises to revolutionize space and fiber communications.

Quantum Computer Helps Design Better Quantum Computer
From ACM TechNews

Quantum Computer Helps Design Better Quantum Computer

Researchers at the University of Science and Technology of China in Shanghai used a quantum computer to design a quantum bit that could power better quantum systems...

Now We're Cooking with Lasers
From ACM TechNews

Now We're Cooking with Lasers

Experiments by Columbia University researchers have considered different cooking modalities by exposing chicken to blue and infrared light, then 3D-printing a sample...

Flatter Chips
From Communications of the ACM

Flatter Chips

Two-dimensional materials — graphene and its cousins — could enable better integrated circuits.

A Switch in Time
From Communications of the ACM

A Switch in Time

The introduction of the nanosheet transistor is just one step in the continuing attempt to stick to the spirit of Moore's Law.

Tesla Drivers Become 'Inattentive' When Using Autopilot, Study Finds
From ACM News

Tesla Drivers Become 'Inattentive' When Using Autopilot, Study Finds

Drivers glanced less at the road and more on "non-driving related areas."

Unlimited Digital Sensing Unleashed for Imaging, Audio, Driverless Cars
From ACM TechNews

Unlimited Digital Sensing Unleashed for Imaging, Audio, Driverless Cars

A new method could support unlimited digital sensing.

Counterfeit, Substandard Chips are Penetrating the Supply Chain, Industry Insiders Warn
From ACM News

Counterfeit, Substandard Chips are Penetrating the Supply Chain, Industry Insiders Warn

Many electronic manufacturers are turning to risky supply channels to meet demand.

City-Wide Quantum Data Network in China Is Largest Ever Built
From ACM TechNews

City-Wide Quantum Data Network in China Is Largest Ever Built

China has been running a city-wide quantum communications network in Hefei, the largest quantum network demonstration built to date, for almost three years.

NASA Sends Robots to Study Climate Change in the Arctic
From ACM TechNews

NASA Sends Robots to Study Climate Change in the Arctic

The U.S. National Aeronautics and Space Administration dispatched two robots to the Arctic in early July to collect sea surface temperature data.

Technology Makes It Possible to See Clearly Through Murky Water
From ACM TechNews

Technology Makes It Possible to See Clearly Through Murky Water

Researchers at China's Tianjin University have devised a methodology that automatically generates clear images through murky water.

Smart Tugboat to Journey More Than 1,000 Miles, Autonomously
From ACM TechNews

Smart Tugboat to Journey More Than 1,000 Miles, Autonomously

A 35-foot-long tugboat carrying passengers will embark from Hamburg, Germany, on a 1,000-nautical-mile (1,150-mile) autonomous voyage around Denmark.

Amazon Brings Its Cashierless Tech to Two Whole Foods Stores
From ACM TechNews

Amazon Brings Its Cashierless Tech to Two Whole Foods Stores

Just Walk Out tech lets shoppers skip the checkout line

Researchers Develop Tool for Analyzing Large Superconducting Circuits
From ACM TechNews

Researchers Develop Tool for Analyzing Large Superconducting Circuits

Method could help push forward the field of quantum computing

Italy Data Authority Asks Facebook for Clarifications on Smart Glasses
From ACM TechNews

Italy Data Authority Asks Facebook for Clarifications on Smart Glasses

Italian data protection authority Garante has asked Facebook to provide it with clarifications related to its newly launched smart glasses, to determine their compliance...

DNA-Based Chip Can Be Programmed to Solve Complex Math Problems
From ACM TechNews

DNA-Based Chip Can Be Programmed to Solve Complex Math Problems

Scientists at South Korea's Incheon National University have automated mathematical DNA calculations via a personal computer-controlled chip.

Do We Need Humans for That Job? Automation Booms After COVID
From ACM TechNews

Do We Need Humans for That Job? Automation Booms After COVID

Service sector jobs increasingly are being automated amid the pandemic, as companies navigate worker shortages and higher labor costs.

The Road to Self-Reproducing Machines
From ACM News

The Road to Self-Reproducing Machines

Advances in technology will soon allow us to build machines that replicate themselves and evolve like living beings.
Sign In for Full Access
» Forgot Password? » Create an ACM Web Account