Sign In

Communications of the ACM

Recent Interviews



How GitHub COO Erica Brescia Runs the Coding Gold Mines
From ACM Opinion

How GitHub COO Erica Brescia Runs the Coding Gold Mines

Tech leader discusses the state of GitHub's infrastructure, open source software philosophies, and more

Talking Secure Coding
From ACM Opinion

Talking Secure Coding

Security expert discusses the importance of secure coding, how to improve adoption, best practices, and more

Governments and Businesses Must Unite to Combat Ransomware Threat
From ACM Opinion

Governments and Businesses Must Unite to Combat Ransomware Threat

Cybersecurity expert says nations must stop sheltering bad actors in order to thwart threats and attacks

L. Peter Deutsch on the Fallacies of Distributed Computing
From ACM Opinion

L. Peter Deutsch on the Fallacies of Distributed Computing

How relevant are the fallacies today?

FTC Commissioner Rebecca Slaughter: Why Today's Data Privacy Approaches Don't Work
From ACM Opinion

FTC Commissioner Rebecca Slaughter: Why Today's Data Privacy Approaches Don't Work

The era of the Federal Trade Commission being dismissed as having some bark and little bite appears to be over.

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

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.

Are We Waiting for Everyone to Get Hacked?
From ACM Opinion

Are We Waiting for Everyone to Get Hacked?

Leon Panetta is one of the few American government officials who can look around at the nation's rolling cyberdisasters and justifiably say, “I told you so.”

Q&A: Researchers Clicked on Ads to Track Misinformation
From ACM Opinion

Q&A: Researchers Clicked on Ads to Track Misinformation

Researchers at the University of Washington Paul G. Allen School of Computer Science & Engineering found that both mainstream and misinformation news sites display...

A Case for Banning Facial Recognition
From ACM Opinion

A Case for Banning Facial Recognition

A Google research scientist explains why she thinks the police shouldn't use facial recognition software.

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.

Computer Scientist David Gelernter Wants To Revolutionize Social Media
From ACM Careers

Computer Scientist David Gelernter Wants To Revolutionize Social Media

David Gelernter, a computer science professor at Yale, is concerned with the amount of power Facebook holds thanks to the data handed over to the social media giant...

How the Firm Behind Many Store Credit Cards Is Using AI to Fight Fraud
From ACM Opinion

How the Firm Behind Many Store Credit Cards Is Using AI to Fight Fraud

Synchrony deploys AI to speed up operations including credit approvals and fraud detection. Chief Information Officer Carol Juel has led the undertaking.

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.

An Interview with Andrew Odlyzko on Cyber Security
From Communications of the ACM

An Interview with Andrew Odlyzko on Cyber Security

Is a "Cyber Pearl Harbor" any greater a risk than a natural disaster? How shall we prioritize our preparations for a cyber disaster?

AI Pioneer: 'The Dangers of Abuse Are Very Real'
From ACM Opinion

AI Pioneer: 'The Dangers of Abuse Are Very Real'

Yoshua Bengio is one of three computer scientists who last week shared the US$1-million A. M. Turing award—one of the field's top prizes.

Berners-Lee Says World Wide Web, at 30, Must Emerge from 'Adolescence'
From ACM Opinion

Berners-Lee Says World Wide Web, at 30, Must Emerge from 'Adolescence'

The fraying World Wide Web needs to rediscover its strengths and grow into maturity, its designer Tim Berners-Lee said on Monday, marking the 30th anniversary of...

FBI Head Christopher Wray: We Can't Let Criminals Hide Behind Encryption
From ACM Opinion

FBI Head Christopher Wray: We Can't Let Criminals Hide Behind Encryption

Encryption should have limits. That's the message FBI Director Christopher Wray had for cybersecurity experts Tuesday.

NSA's Top Policy Advisor: It's Time to Start Putting Teeth in Cyber Deterrence
From ACM Opinion

NSA's Top Policy Advisor: It's Time to Start Putting Teeth in Cyber Deterrence

At an industry event in Hanover, Maryland last week, former National Security Council cybersecurity policy coordinator and acting Homeland Security Advisor Rob...

Limiting Your Digital Footprints in a Surveillance State
From ACM Opinion

Limiting Your Digital Footprints in a Surveillance State

What are your most important tech tools for reporting in Shanghai, especially with a government known for surveillance?

The ­S Cannot Crush ­s, Says Huawei Founder
From ACM Opinion

The ­S Cannot Crush ­s, Says Huawei Founder

The founder of Huawei has said there is "no way the US can crush" the company, in an exclusive interview with the BBC.
Sign In for Full Access
» Forgot Password? » Create an ACM Web Account