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Will the Cloud Eat Your AI?
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Will the Cloud Eat Your AI?

Big cloud providers have a lot going for them when it comes to AI, but are they the only game in town?

Why OpenAI's Codex Won't Replace Coders
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Why OpenAI's Codex Won't Replace Coders

Human programmers can actually become more powerful and efficient with Codex

Divide and Conquer
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Divide and Conquer

The use and limits of bisection.

Remaining Connected Throughout Design
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Remaining Connected Throughout Design

Applying the unique experiences of designing technologies for vulnerable communities.

How GitHub COO Erica Brescia Runs the Coding Gold Mines
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How GitHub COO Erica Brescia Runs the Coding Gold Mines

Tech leader discusses the state of GitHub's infrastructure, open source software philosophies, and more

Machine Learning Won't Solve Natural Language Understanding
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Machine Learning Won't Solve Natural Language Understanding

Data-driven approaches to NLU are psychologically, cognitively, and computationally implausible.

Talking Secure Coding
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Talking Secure Coding

Security expert discusses the importance of secure coding, how to improve adoption, best practices, and more

How Open Source Software Shapes AI Policy
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How Open Source Software Shapes AI Policy

And why it is largely absent from policy discussions on artificial intelligence

Did DeepMind Just Take a Big Step Toward More Human-Like AI?
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Did DeepMind Just Take a Big Step Toward More Human-Like AI?

DeepMind researchers have created software agents that navigate a three-dimensional game world called XLand, where the agents learn from experience, by trial and...

Linux Turns 30: From Bedroom Project to Billions of Devices
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Linux Turns 30: From Bedroom Project to Billions of Devices

Linux fellow Greg Kroah-Hartman talks about world domination, what was, and what may be for the kernel

Playing With, and Against, Computers
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Playing With, and Against, Computers

2019 ACM Computing Prize recipient David Silver on developing the AlphaGo algorithm, his fascination with Go, and on teaching computers to play.

AI Ethics
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AI Ethics: A Call to Faculty

Integrating ethics into artificial intelligence education and development.

Whose Smartphone Is It?
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Whose Smartphone Is It?

Should two private companies have complete control over the world's cellphones?

Back of the Envelope
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Back of the Envelope

Back-of-the-envelope calculations are a powerful professional practice.

Women's Lives in Code
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Women's Lives in Code

Exploring Ellen Ullman's 'Close to the Machine' and AMC's 'Halt and Catch Fire.'

Security Done Right Can Make Smart Cities Wise
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Security Done Right Can Make Smart Cities Wise

Seeking security improvements for smart cities.

L. Peter Deutsch on the Fallacies of Distributed Computing
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L. Peter Deutsch on the Fallacies of Distributed Computing

How relevant are the fallacies today?

Low-Code Development Could Boost AI Adoption
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Low-Code Development Could Boost AI Adoption

Artificial intelligence is hard, but low-code options might make it much easier

Let the Linux Kernel Rust
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Let the Linux Kernel Rust

Rust is creeping into the Linux kernel, which could mean a very important step forward in terms of security.

What Do Developers Want and Need from Secure Coding Training?
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What Do Developers Want and Need from Secure Coding Training?

There is still confusion about the role developers play in software security
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