In the 1990s, tools like Macromedia Dreamweaver made Web development accessible to all. Today, no-code tools aim to do the same for artificial intelligence.
Karen Emslie Commissioned by CACM Staff From ACM News | August 23, 2022
Voyager, a computer program, played with Ensemble Signal in the U.S. premiere of a George Lewis piece that was a highlight of this year's concert calendar.
The New York Times From ACM News | August 23, 2022
Across industries and incomes, more employees are being tracked, recorded and ranked. What is gained, companies say, is efficiency and accountability. What is lost...The New York Times From ACM News | August 22, 2022
Measurement has driven research groups to home in on the most popular datasets, but that may change as metrics shift to real-world quality.
Chris Edwards From Communications of the ACM | September 1, 2022
Security researcher Zachary Minneker discovered a flaw in the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs' VistA records platform and determined that hackers easily can...Wired From ACM TechNews | August 18, 2022
Quantum annealing computers can run algorithms faster than classical computers in certain instances, but typically not when time is limited.
Los Alamos National Laboratory From ACM TechNews | August 17, 2022