acm-header
Sign In

Communications of the ACM

Recent Opinion


bg-corner

Afraid of AI?
From ACM Opinion

Afraid of AI?

The startups selling it want you to be.

Academic Publishers Are Missing the Point on ChatGPT
From ACM Opinion

Academic Publishers Are Missing the Point on ChatGPT

Publishers that seize the opportunity to build on these tools to serve their international communities can engage with audiences that were previously inaccessible...

Five Questions for Brenda Darden Wilkerson
From ACM Opinion

Five Questions for Brenda Darden Wilkerson

Former AnitaB.org president/CEO discusses AI, diversity in tech, and much more.

Will AI Help Us to Work Less?
From ACM Opinion

Will AI Help Us to Work Less?

The idea that tech will free us from drudgery is an attractive narrative, but history tells a different story.

AI Expert Weighs In on the Rise of Chatbots
From ACM Opinion

AI Expert Weighs In on the Rise of Chatbots

Products like ChatGPT will never be truly ready to go unless we have a working AI technology that supports continuous life-long learning.

Cyber Efficiency and Cyber Resilience
From Communications of the ACM

Cyber Efficiency and Cyber Resilience

Complementary objectives competing for the same resources.

Where Is the Research on Cryptographic Transition and Agility?
From Communications of the ACM

Where Is the Research on Cryptographic Transition and Agility?

Gaps facing the industry as quantum safe algorithms move closer to standardization.

Contracting for Artificial Intelligence
From Communications of the ACM

Contracting for Artificial Intelligence

Considering the promises and perils of contracting for the use of artificial intelligence tools and data.

GPT-4 Is Not Perfect, but Neither Are You
From ACM Opinion

GPT-4 Is Not Perfect, but Neither Are You

An interview with OpenAI's Greg Brockman.

Medical AI Is as Much Social as It Is Technological
From ACM Opinion

Medical AI Is as Much Social as It Is Technological

Medical AI applications need to overcome transparency and trust issues.

Metrics for Success
From Communications of the ACM

Metrics for Success: Why and How to Evaluate Privacy Choice Usability

Assessing the usability of choice and consent mechanisms.

Who Is Liable when AI Kills?
From ACM Opinion

Who Is Liable when AI Kills?

We need to change rules and institutions while still promoting innovation to protect people from faulty artificial intelligence.
Sign In for Full Access
» Forgot Password? » Create an ACM Web Account