Carnegie Mellon University researchers have created an artificial intelligence-based technique to help educators rapidly develop intelligent computerized tutoring...Carnegie Mellon University Human-Computer Interaction Institute From ACM TechNews | May 1, 2020
Personal data from millions of customers ended up with Google, Facebook, and other trackers, making it easier for them to be tracked online and targeted with ads...The New York Times From ACM News | May 1, 2020
ReversingLabs researchers found more than 725 malicious packages in RubyGems, the official channel for distributing programs and code libraries for the Ruby programming...Ars Technica From ACM TechNews | April 30, 2020
Researchers have proposed a new technique for permanently altering survey datasets to shield consumers’ privacy, while retaining a reasonable degree of accuracy...Drexel Now From ACM TechNews | April 30, 2020
Researchers have found that giving smart assistant users the option to adjust settings for privacy or content delivery, or both, does not necessarily increase trust...Penn State News From ACM TechNews | April 29, 2020
The first woman to win this top communications science award, Goldsmith was honored for her groundbreaking work to deliver high-performing cellular and Wi-Fi services...The Marconi Society From ACM News | April 30, 2020
Carnegie Mellon University researchers have created a device to help simulate the feel of objects in virtual reality.
Carnegie Mellon University School of Computer Science From ACM TechNews | April 29, 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic's disruption to elections worldwide has rekindled interest in voting online, but experts warn it would be too vulnerable to breaches and cyberattacks...The Economist From ACM TechNews | April 29, 2020
Thermal imaging may be used to identify those suspected of having the coronavirus, but civil liberties experts warn such systems will monitor some who may not know...The Washington Post From ACM TechNews | April 29, 2020
Researchers at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, have developed a semi-autonomous robot that can quickly disinfect large surfaces.
Nanyang Technological University (Singapore) From ACM TechNews | April 28, 2020