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Police departments in several U.S. cities are using updated software from Ford Motor that the automaker claims can kill the coronavirus.
Some employers are building virtual reproductions of their offices as online simulations for workers in lockdown during the coronavirus pandemic.
Algorithms that scan everything from terror watch lists to eviction records spit out flawed tenant screening reports. And almost nobody is watching.
ACM A.M. Turing Award recipients, Ed Catmull and Pat Hanrahan, overcame industry indifference to found Pixar and put their computer graphics expertise to work.
Deep learning looks for better pretexts.
Companies increasingly are looking to hire people who are on the autism spectrum to fill IT roles.
Artificial intelligence makes sense of radio signals to understand what someone in another room is doing.