acm-header
Sign In

Communications of the ACM

Recent Articles


bg-corner

Generative AI as a New Innovation Platform
From Communications of the ACM

Generative AI as a New Innovation Platform

Considering the stability and longevity of a potential new foundational technology.

Coming of Age
From Communications of the ACM

Coming of Age

Stressing the importance of threat models.

Closing Our Digital Divides
From Communications of the ACM

Closing Our Digital Divides

Seeking a more efficient path to improved broadband Internet access.

Can Crowdsourcing Rescue the Social Marketplace of Ideas?
From Communications of the ACM

Can Crowdsourcing Rescue the Social Marketplace of Ideas?

How collaborative designs and community-based moderation could improve social media.

Rebutting Rebuttals
From Communications of the ACM

Rebutting Rebuttals

Evaluating the impact of the conference review rebuttal process.

We Need to Focus on How Our Data Is Used, Not Just How It Is Shared
From Communications of the ACM

We Need to Focus on How Our Data Is Used, Not Just How It Is Shared

Toward better understanding of the different ways data circulates between users and platforms.

Dilemma of the Artificial Intelligence Regulatory Landscape
From Communications of the ACM

Dilemma of the Artificial Intelligence Regulatory Landscape

Navigating the complex and varying AI regulatory landscape.

The Smallness of Large Language Models
From Communications of the ACM

The Smallness of Large Language Models

There is so much more to language and human beings than large language models can possibly master.

Alexey Makarin on Why Social Media Harms Youth Mental Health
From ACM Opinion

Alexey Makarin on Why Social Media Harms Youth Mental Health

MIT Professor Alexey Makarin, whose research was cited in Social Media and Youth Mental Health, a recent advisory report by the U.S. surgeon general, discusses...

Francis Enyi on Bridging the Healthcare Deficit in Africa
From ACM Opinion

Francis Enyi on Bridging the Healthcare Deficit in Africa

Francis Enyi, a senior program analyst with Delta State University Teaching Hospital in Nigeri, discusses how his team of software developers, medical personnel...

Voice in the Machine: Ethical Considerations for Language-Capable Robots
From Communications of the ACM

Voice in the Machine: Ethical Considerations for Language-Capable Robots

Parsing the promise of language-capable robots.

Improving Computing Education Research through Valuing Design
From Communications of the ACM

Improving Computing Education Research through Valuing Design

Exploring alternatives to existing research systems and methods.

The Human Touch
From Communications of the ACM

The Human Touch

There is no substitute for good, direct, honest training.

SI and Binary Prefixes: Clearing the Confusion
From Communications of the ACM

SI and Binary Prefixes: Clearing the Confusion

Considering the emergence of non-standard acceptance of SI prefixes.

For a More Transparent Governance of Open Source
From Communications of the ACM

For a More Transparent Governance of Open Source

Seeking the best governance models for FOSS projects.

Why You Should Be Able to Make Your Own Individualized, Digital Nano-Currency
From Communications of the ACM

Why You Should Be Able to Make Your Own Individualized, Digital Nano-Currency

Increasing opportunities for access to traditional financial systems.

AI and Society: Ethics, Trust, and Cooperation
From Communications of the ACM

AI and Society: Ethics, Trust, and Cooperation

Trust and trustworthiness are central to how ethics helps society survive and thrive.

Learning to Live with Privacy-Preserving Analytics
From Communications of the ACM

Learning to Live with Privacy-Preserving Analytics

Seeking to close the gap between research and real-world applications of PPAs.

Fragility in AIs Using Artificial Neural Networks
From Communications of the ACM

Fragility in AIs Using Artificial Neural Networks

Suggesting ways to reduce fragility in AI systems that include artificial neural networks.

Lost in Afghanistan: Can the World Take ICT4D Seriously?
From Communications of the ACM

Lost in Afghanistan: Can the World Take ICT4D Seriously?

Seeking to maximize the value of information and communication technologies for development research.
Sign In for Full Access
» Forgot Password? » Create an ACM Web Account