The need of the hour is to become an active technological citizen which involves the ability to code and asking questions about how that code is going to affect...Analytics India From ACM Opinion | July 8, 2019
Seeking to improve rankings by utilizing more objective data and meaningful metrics.
Emery Berger, Stephen M. Blackburn, Carla Brodley, H. V. Jagadish, Kathryn S. McKinley, Mario A. Nascimento, Minjeong Shin, Kuansan Wang, Lexing Xie From Communications of the ACM | July 1, 2019
An international team of 22 big name AI researchers have laid out a road map suggesting how machine learning can help save the planet and humanity from imminent...Technology Review From ACM Opinion | June 20, 2019
Parenthood is a key driver of gender imbalance in STEM. Almost half of all women in full-time science jobs leave or go part-time after the birth of their first...Scientific American From ACM Opinion | June 19, 2019
Facebook's announcement of a new cryptocurrency, Libra, and the nonprofit association that will oversee it raises questions about the future of global banking and...The Verge From ACM Opinion | June 18, 2019
A recent article about languages that developers love and those that they hate reported that Java was the third most loved language as well as the second most hated...Azul Systems From ACM Opinion | June 17, 2019
The majority of open-source projects that we usually consider sustainable are actually receiving income below industry standards or even below the poverty threshold...André Staltz From ACM Opinion | June 17, 2019
Many risks of catastrophic failures of critical infrastructures can be significantly reduced by relatively simple measures to increase resiliency.
Peter J. Denning, David Brin From Communications of the ACM | June 1, 2019
Total-system hardware and microarchitectural issues are becoming increasingly critical.
A. T. Markettos, R. N. M. Watson, S. W. Moore, P. Sewell, P. G. Neumann From Communications of the ACM | June 1, 2019