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A $1-million U.S. National Science Foundation grant aims to improve the accuracy of food intake recording by using Google Glass to record what participants eat.
Researchers at the University of Texas at Arlington (UTA) are working to enable anyone to rapidly fact-check politicians' claims.
The future of artificial intelligence and its acceptance by people may lie in giving it the ability to master small talk, as embodied by Microsoft's XiaoIce chatbot.
A solution to the expensive requirement of cooling data-center servers could be found underwater.
In Europe and America, this is one in five people. And since they are less likely to be in work, their poverty rate is about twice as high.
Ben-Gurion University of the Negev researchers say they have discovered and traced six botnets by analyzing data collected from past cyberattacks.
Network experts share their greatest fears about attacks and accidents that could destroy the Internet.
Snowden revelations force changes, but Facebook (and others) resist.
Robots are being taught to brainstorm alternatives when damaged.
ACM has recognized 42 of its members for significant contributions to the development and application of computing, in areas ranging from data management and spoken-language processing to robotics and cryptography.