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Devavrat Shah on Curbing Online Misinformation
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Devavrat Shah on Curbing Online Misinformation

MIT Professor Devavrat Shah shares his thoughts on human content moderation, recommendation algorithms, and diluting the spread of misinformation online.

Why Was SolarWinds So Vulnerable to a Hack?
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Why Was SolarWinds So Vulnerable to a Hack?

The federal government should set minimum security standards for software and software development.

What Can the Maker Movement Teach Us About the Digitization of Creativity?
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What Can the Maker Movement Teach Us About the Digitization of Creativity?

Experimenting with the creative process.

50 Years of Pascal
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50 Years of Pascal

The Pascal programming language creator Niklaus Wirth reflects on its origin, spread, and further development.

Science Is Not Another Opinion
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Science Is Not Another Opinion

The issue is not who has the "truth," but whose claims deserve more credence.

What To Do About Deepfakes
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What To Do About Deepfakes

Seeking to reap the positive uses of synthetic media while minimizing or preventing negative societal impact.

Informing California Privacy Regulations with Evidence from Research
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Informing California Privacy Regulations with Evidence from Research

Designing and testing 'Do Not Sell My Personal Information' icons.

Let's Not Dumb Down the History of Computer Science
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Let's Not Dumb Down the History of Computer Science

Donald Knuth on the best way to recognize the history of computer science.

Kabin Fever
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Kabin Fever

KV's guidelines for KFH (koding from home).

When Permissioned Blockchains Deliver More Decentralization Than Permissionless
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When Permissioned Blockchains Deliver More Decentralization Than Permissionless

Considerations for the governance of distributed systems.

Programming the Soon-to-Be World's Fastest Supercomputer
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Programming the Soon-to-Be World's Fastest Supercomputer

The University of Delaware's Sunita Chandrasekaran is leading an international team that is designing an app for the world's fastest supercomputer, set to come...

Go Language at 13 Years: Ecosystem, Evolution, and Future in Conversation with Steve Francia
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Go Language at 13 Years: Ecosystem, Evolution, and Future in Conversation with Steve Francia

To understand where Go is coming from and where it is going, InfoQ reached out to Steve Francia, a core member of the Go programming language team at Google responsible...

Insights for AI from the Human Mind
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Insights for AI from the Human Mind

How the cognitive sciences can inform the quest to build systems with the flexibility of the human mind.

The Immortal Soul of an Old Machine
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The Immortal Soul of an Old Machine

Taking apart a book to figure out how it works.

Cybersecurity Research for the Future
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Cybersecurity Research for the Future

Considering the wide range of technological and societal trade-offs associated with cybersecurity.

What Does It Take To Build a Chip Industry In India?
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What Does It Take To Build a Chip Industry In India?

An interview with Balajee Sowrirajan of Samsung Semiconductor India R&D.

Federated Learning for Privacy-Preserving AI
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Federated Learning for Privacy-Preserving AI

Engineering and algorithmic framework to ensure data privacy and user confidentiality.

Navigating in Real-Time Environments
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Navigating in Real-Time Environments

An interview with Jim Selman.

U.S. States Must Broaden Participation While Expanding Access to Computer Science Education
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U.S. States Must Broaden Participation While Expanding Access to Computer Science Education

Incorporating equity and inclusion in the effort toward access for everyone.

Operationalizing AI Ethics Principles
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Operationalizing AI Ethics Principles

A better ethics analysis guide for developers.
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