Researchers have developed a computer model that could reduce wait times for charging electric cars by using information about each vehicle’s planned journey.
New Scientist From ACM TechNews | February 22, 2021
Edmund Melson Clarke, Jr., a celebrated American academic who developed methods for mathematically proving the correctness of computer systems, died on December...Simson Garfinkel, Eugene H. Spafford From Communications of the ACM | March 1, 2021
Blockchains LLC's CEO Jeffrey Berns aims to create a futuristic "smart city" in Nevada where residents purchase goods and services with digital currency and record...Associated Press From ACM TechNews | February 19, 2021
A computer simulation developed by Dan Conroy-Beam at the University of California, Santa Barbara offers a framework for evaluating theories of human mate choice...University of California, Santa Barbara From ACM TechNews | February 19, 2021
Simulations of COVID-19 transmission within households conducted by researchers at the University of Haifa found that persons 20 years and younger have less coronavirus...UPI From ACM TechNews | February 18, 2021
Art historians, architects, computer scientists, and digital designers are leveraging virtual reality, 3D modeling, and cloud computing technologies to create a...Financial Times From ACM TechNews | February 17, 2021
From pilotless jets engaging in dogfights to huge undersea vessels ferrying troops, the Pentagon is pushing to increase the U.S. military's use of automation.
The Wall Street Journal From ACM News | February 16, 2021
Artificial intelligence developed by researchers at the University of Copenhagen can predict a patient's likelihood of dying from COVID-19 with up to 90% accuracy...University of Copenhagen From ACM TechNews | February 16, 2021
University of Southern California researchers have demonstrated uniform emission of single photons from quantum dots arranged in a precise configuration.
USC Viterbi School of Engineering From ACM TechNews | February 12, 2021
Researchers at Northwestern University have a developed a three-dimensional printing technique that uses a liquid photopolymer activated by light.
Northwestern McCormick School of Engineering From ACM TechNews | February 12, 2021
The breach involved an unsuccessful attempt by an adversary to increase sodium hydroxide in the water supply to dangerous levels via the water treatment plant's...The Hacker News From ACM News | February 11, 2021