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February 2018


From ACM Opinion

What China's Frightening Digital Strategy Portends For America's Future

What China's Frightening Digital Strategy Portends For America's Future

If we were given the capacity to track and feel one another's emotions, would we behave better?


From ACM Careers

Educating For Equity and Access in Computer Science

Educating For Equity and Access in Computer Science

Jane Margolis and Julie Flapan of UCLA discuss their mission to boost the diversity of next-generation programmers and coders.


From ACM Opinion

Tackling the Internet's Central Villain: The Advertising Business

Tackling the Internet's Central Villain: The Advertising Business


From Communications of the ACM

Risks of Trusting the Physics of Sensors

Risks of Trusting the Physics of Sensors

Protecting the Internet of Things with embedded security.


From Communications of the ACM

The Inclusive and Accessible Workplace

The Inclusive and Accessible Workplace

Maximizing the performance of neurodiverse talent.


From Communications of the ACM

Reducing the Attack Surface

Reducing the Attack Surface

Sometimes you can give the monkey a less-dangerous club.


From Communications of the ACM

Teaching Artificial Intelligence and Humanity

Teaching Artificial Intelligence and Humanity

Considering rapidly evolving human-machine interactions.


From Communications of the ACM

Innovation from the Edges

Innovation from the Edges

How innovation originates from market participants with multiple perspectives about commercial value.

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