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A Brave New World of Mediated Online Discourse
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A Brave New World of Mediated Online Discourse

Is artificial intelligence up to the task of managing online discourse in social networks?

Microsoft Quantum Computing Exec Sees Progress
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Microsoft Quantum Computing Exec Sees Progress

Company's novel, risky approach to quantum computing might be ready to put setbacks behind it

Is LiDAR on Its Way Out?
From ACM Opinion

Is LiDAR on Its Way Out?

As automation proliferates, sensing is increasingly moving toward software and away from LiDAR

Why Better AI May Depend on Fake Data
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Why Better AI May Depend on Fake Data

Synthetic data can provide AI with a broader education than real-world data, but challenges exist

The Future of Robot Nannies
From ACM Opinion

The Future of Robot Nannies

A machine can't love our children, but our children might love them

The Growing Cost of Deep Learning for Source Code
From Communications of the ACM

The Growing Cost of Deep Learning for Source Code

Attempting to mitigate problems associated with the trend toward massive dataset scaling.

The Long Road Ahead to Transition to Post-Quantum Cryptography
From Communications of the ACM

The Long Road Ahead to Transition to Post-Quantum Cryptography

Anticipating the output of the competition for new cryptographic algorithms.

Your Response to AWS Going Down Shouldn't Be Multicloud
From ACM Opinion

Your Response to AWS Going Down Shouldn't Be Multicloud

It's convenient but wrong to assume multicloud will solve your application resilience woes

Securing Kubernetes Environments
From ACM Opinion

Securing Kubernetes Environments

Lack of resources is a massive blocker, so IT leaders need to prioritize

The Inherent Limitations of GPT-3
From ACM Opinion

The Inherent Limitations of GPT-3

Why GPT-3 as is will not cost many people their jobs or soon lead to AGI

What Every Engineer and Computer Scientist Should Know
From Communications of the ACM

What Every Engineer and Computer Scientist Should Know: The Biggest Contributor to Happiness

Seeking the fundamental factors instrumental to happiness.

Patent Absurdity
From Communications of the ACM

Patent Absurdity

A case when ignorance is the best policy.

Accelerator-Level Parallelism
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Accelerator-Level Parallelism

Charging computer scientists to develop the science needed to best achieve the performance and cost goals of accelerator-level parallelism hardware and software...

'In Situ' Data Rights
From Communications of the ACM

'In Situ' Data Rights

Improving on data portability.

Complexity Is Killing Software Developers
From ACM Opinion

Complexity Is Killing Software Developers

How to regain control, without losing out on the best these technologies have to offer

The Metaverse Is Simply Big Tech, but Bigger
From ACM Opinion

The Metaverse Is Simply Big Tech, but Bigger

It's a rebrand of Silicon Valley's increasing power and reach, and it's made for companies, not people

We Are Not Users
From Communications of the ACM

We Are Not Users: Gaining Control Over New Technologies

Seeking a more selective approach to technology usage.

Shaping Ethical Computing Cultures
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Shaping Ethical Computing Cultures

Lessons from the recent past.

Privacy Engineering Superheroes
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Privacy Engineering Superheroes

Privacy engineers are essential to both preventing and responding to organizational privacy problems.

Moving Towards Reproducible Machine Learning
From ACM Opinion

Moving Towards Reproducible Machine Learning

Reporting machine learning-based research can help to improve transparency and reproducibility
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