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The old trope about pornography is that you’ll know it when you see it. Facebook is betting that not only will it know it, but that the social network will be able to train its computers to do the same.
Sometimes I worry we're becoming a culture of technology consumers, instead of creators.
Advances in artificial intelligence and robotics will have significant implications for evolving economic systems.
Considering the negative influence of U.S. statutory damage rules on technology innovation.
Expertise and service ethics are just two of the many components comprising a modern professional.
Improving academic success and social development by merging computational thinking with cultural practices.
How to encourage ethical behavior among all links in a global supply chain.
The comparison between organic viruses and computer viruses is compelling. But why?
Is a skill-based, multi-level win-win, and (almost) zero-cost model for undergraduate science and engineering programs in a research university plausible?
The world's largest mass-produced cylindrical slide rules come from Loga-Calculator AG in Zurich/Uster, Switzerland.
New Zealand software firm Rocos announced a partnership with Boston …
Police departments in several U.S. cities are using updated software …
Researchers have developed prototype multifunctional e-glasses equipped with flexible electrodes …