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Now Is the Time to Prepare for the Quantum Computing Revolution
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Now Is the Time to Prepare for the Quantum Computing Revolution

Quantum computing is likely five to 10 years away, says one expert, but waiting until it happens will put your organization behind.

Playing With, and Against, Computers
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Playing With, and Against, Computers

2019 ACM Computing Prize recipient David Silver on developing the AlphaGo algorithm, his fascination with Go, and on teaching computers to play.

Deloitte's Quantum Computing Leader on the Technology's Healthcare Future
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Deloitte's Quantum Computing Leader on the Technology's Healthcare Future

Scott Buchholz believes it will improve healthcare analytics, disease tracking and diagnosis, supply chains, drug discovery, and more

L. Peter Deutsch on the Fallacies of Distributed Computing
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L. Peter Deutsch on the Fallacies of Distributed Computing

How relevant are the fallacies today?

Improving Code Quality and Penetration Testing With DAST
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Improving Code Quality and Penetration Testing With DAST

Dynamic application security testing can provide developers with meaningful feedback loops.

Faster Python Programming: How Developers Built Pyston and Where It Goes Next
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Faster Python Programming: How Developers Built Pyston and Where It Goes Next

Now in version 2.2, Pyston stakes its claim on the speed and performance of web applications.

97 Things Every Java Developer Should Know
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97 Things Every Java Developer Should Know

Book authors discuss compilation featuring expert advice from Java leaders and practitioners.

An Interview with Jim Keller: 'The Laziest Person at Tesla'
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An Interview with Jim Keller: 'The Laziest Person at Tesla'

Veteran chip designer covers his past lives, Moore's Law, AI-designed chips, security, ethics, and more.

Self-Driving Cars Might Never Be Able to Drive Themselves
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Self-Driving Cars Might Never Be Able to Drive Themselves

Producing truly autonomous vehicles requires a fundamental shift in current approaches.

Understanding the Differences Between Biological and Computer Vision
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Understanding the Differences Between Biological and Computer Vision

Harvard Medical University Professor Gabriel Kreiman provides an account of how humans and animals process visual data and how far techno come toward replicating...

Programming the Soon-to-Be World's Fastest Supercomputer
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Programming the Soon-to-Be World's Fastest Supercomputer

The University of Delaware's Sunita Chandrasekaran is leading an international team that is designing an app for the world's fastest supercomputer, set to come...

What Does It Take To Build a Chip Industry In India?
From ACM Opinion

What Does It Take To Build a Chip Industry In India?

An interview with Balajee Sowrirajan of Samsung Semiconductor India R&D.

Q&A: Google's Luiz André Barroso
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Q&A: Google's Luiz André Barroso

Google Vice President of Engineering Luiz André Barroso discusses his work, including improvements to the datacenter, Google Maps, and hardware design.

Reinventing Virtual Machines
From Communications of the ACM

Reinventing Virtual Machines

The notion of scalable operating systems led Mendel Rosenblum to virtual machines, which have revolutionized datacenters and enabled modern cloud computing.

Let Evolution Design Your Robot
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Let Evolution Design Your Robot

A U.K. research project uses evolutionary principles to design robots to help dismantle decommissioned nuclear power plants.

Defeated Chess Champ Garry Kasparov Has Made Peace With AI
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Defeated Chess Champ Garry Kasparov Has Made Peace With AI

Twenty-three years after his loss to IBM's Deep Blue supercomputer, Garry Kasparov says people need to work with machines.

Google AI Chief Jeff Dean on Machine Learning Trends in 2020
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Google AI Chief Jeff Dean on Machine Learning Trends in 2020

Google AI chief Jeff Dean discusses Google's early work on the use of ML to create semiconductors for machine learning, the impact of Google's BERT on conversational...

An Interview with Leonard Kleinrock
From Communications of the ACM

An Interview with Leonard Kleinrock

The UCLA professor and networking pioneer reflects on his career in industry and academia.

How Artificial Intelligence Is Supercharging Materials Science
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How Artificial Intelligence Is Supercharging Materials Science

MIT Associate Professor Juejun Hu shines a light on the impact machine learning and AI are having on materials science and engineering.

Inspired by the Home of the Future
From Communications of the ACM

Inspired by the Home of the Future

2018 ACM Prize in Computing recipient Shwetak Patel pushes old tools to new heights.
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