Winner-take-all economics and cost-cutting may make many in-person lectures obsolete, but the best education continues to be intensive, expensive, and done in person...The New York Times From ACM Opinion | April 13, 2020
Most U.S. schools are closed, with instruction shifting to the Internet. That's a problem for millions of people without reliable broadband, including 20 percent...Wired From ACM Opinion | April 9, 2020
Technical training today should not be solely in the business of making better coders but of making better people who will be able to cultivate the future.
Scientific American From ACM Opinion | April 2, 2020
As the COVID-19 epidemic escalates, robots have the potential to be deployed for disinfection, delivering medications and food, measuring vital signs, and assisting...Science Robotics From ACM Opinion | March 26, 2020
Seeking to improve access to conferences and provide support for attendees with children.
Audrey Girouard, Jon E. Froehlich, Regan L. Mandryk, Mark Hancock From Communications of the ACM | April 1, 2020
Critics say false positives are far higher for some groups of people than for others, but supporters of the technology says the actual numbers involved are tiny...The Wall Street Journal From ACM Opinion | February 25, 2020
Artificial intelligence has confronted us with a raft of dilemmas that challenge us to decide what values are important in our designs.
Peter J. Denning, Dorothy E. Denning From Communications of the ACM | March 1, 2020
Culturally responsive computing repurposes computer science education by making it meaningful to not only students, but also to their families and communities.
...Michael Lachney, Aman Yadav From Communications of the ACM | March 1, 2020