acm-header
Sign In

Communications of the ACM

News


bg-corner

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


IBM's Latest Quantum Computing Processor Triples the Qubits of its Predecessor
From ACM News

IBM's Latest Quantum Computing Processor Triples the Qubits of its Predecessor

It's a step closer to the goal of having a 4,000-plus qubit system by 2025.

Lego Animated 3D-Printed Duck is a Peek at the Toy's Future
From ACM TechNews

Lego Animated 3D-Printed Duck is a Peek at the Toy's Future

Lego is offering visitors to the Minifigure Factory experience at the Lego House in Billund, Denmark, the chance to buy a limited-edition 3D-printed plastic duck...

Technology to Reduce Potholes
From ACM TechNews

Technology to Reduce Potholes

A team of researchers has developed a machine learning method for the real-time assessment of road base compaction quality.

LLNL's SUNDIALS Team Awarded SIAM/ACM Prize
From ACM TechNews

LLNL's SUNDIALS Team Awarded SIAM/ACM Prize

A team of researchers at the U.S Department of Energy's Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory will receive the 2023 SIAM/ACM Prize in Computational Science and...

Can AI Write Recipes Better Than Humans?
From ACM News

Can AI Write Recipes Better Than Humans?

Researchers are using artificial intelligence to create recipes, complete with appetizing photos and back stories. But Thanksgiving poses a challenge.

Mississippi Election Websites Knocked Out by DDoS Attack
From ACM News

Mississippi Election Websites Knocked Out by DDoS Attack

A senior CISA official said the agency was "aware" of the claim by Russian hackers, but refrained from pinning the outage on a specific actor.

Shift Robotics Used AI to Create 'World's Fastest Shoes'
From ACM TechNews

Shift Robotics Used AI to Create 'World's Fastest Shoes'

Shift Robotics has unveiled what it calls the "world's fastest shoes," which allow wearers to "walk at the speed of a run" via a combination of artificial intelligence...

Video Games Invade the Art World in MoMA's Never Alone Exhibition
From ACM TechNews

Video Games Invade the Art World in MoMA's Never Alone Exhibition

An exhibition at New York City's Museum of Modern Art explores how video games connect people and create communities.

OpenSSL Patches High Vulnerabilities
From ACM TechNews

OpenSSL Patches High Vulnerabilities

OpenSSL encryption library developer Open SSL Project issued a patch to correct two high-severity vulnerabilities that could enable remote code execution or website...

DOJ Seized Billions in Bitcoin Stolen from Silk Road Darknet Marketplace
From ACM News

DOJ Seized Billions in Bitcoin Stolen from Silk Road Darknet Marketplace

The Justice Department called the seizure the largest involving cryptocurrency in its history and the second-largest financial seizure ever.

Setting the Internet of Things Free -- of Batteries
From ACM News

Setting the Internet of Things Free -- of Batteries

Increasingly, sensors and other Internet of Things devices will be powered by ambient energies.

Greece to Ban Sale of Spyware amid Phone-Tapping Scandal
From ACM News

Greece to Ban Sale of Spyware amid Phone-Tapping Scandal

The move comes after a newspaper report alleging politicians and business people have been under state surveillance.

The 'Viral' Secure Programming Language That's Taking Over Tech
From ACM News

The 'Viral' Secure Programming Language That's Taking Over Tech

Rust makes it impossible to introduce some of the most common security vulnerabilities. And its adoption can't come soon enough.

Billions Spent in Metaverse 'Land' Grab
From ACM TechNews

Billions Spent in Metaverse 'Land' Grab

Research by DappRadar indicates that over the past year, people and companies have spent $1.93 billion in cryptocurrency to purchase virtual “real estate” in the...

Unpiloted Military Helicopter Flies 134 km in Simulated Mission
From ACM TechNews

Unpiloted Military Helicopter Flies 134 km in Simulated Mission

The U.S. Army flew an autonomous Black Hawk Helicopter 134 kilometers (83 miles) to deliver 230 kilograms (507 lbs.) of simulated and real blood.

Web Inventor Tim Berners-Lee Wants Us to 'Ignore' Web3
From ACM TechNews

Web Inventor Tim Berners-Lee Wants Us to 'Ignore' Web3

ACM A.M. Turing Award recipient Tim Berners-Lee, credited with inventing the World Wide Web, considers Web3 nonviable for building the next iteration of the Internet...

Russia Reactivates Its Trolls, Bots Ahead of Tuesday's Midterms
From ACM News

Russia Reactivates Its Trolls, Bots Ahead of Tuesday's Midterms

Researchers have identified a series of Russian information operations to influence American elections and, perhaps, erode support for Ukraine.

100 Times Longer Than Previous Benchmarks – A Quantum Breakthrough
From ACM News

100 Times Longer Than Previous Benchmarks – A Quantum Breakthrough

Quantum computing engineers have set a new standard for silicon chip performance.

A Cheating Scandal Has Rocked the Chess World. The 'Chess Detective' Is on the Case
From ACM News

A Cheating Scandal Has Rocked the Chess World. The 'Chess Detective' Is on the Case

As computers have surpassed human players, chess cheaters have increasingly relied on engines to gain an edge, both online and during in-person play.

U.S. Government to Crack Down on 'Bossware' That Spies On Employees' Computers
From ACM News

U.S. Government to Crack Down on 'Bossware' That Spies On Employees' Computers

"Close, constant surveillance and management through electronic means threaten employees' basic ability to exercise their rights."
Sign In for Full Access
» Forgot Password? » Create an ACM Web Account