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We're Approaching the Limits of Computer Power – We Need New Programmers Now
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We're Approaching the Limits of Computer Power – We Need New Programmers Now

Ever-faster processors led to bloated software, but physical limits may force a return to the concise code of the past.

Sovan Bin, CEO and Founder at Odaseva
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Sovan Bin, CEO and Founder at Odaseva

Sovan Bin discusses Odaseva's data governance solutions, the evolution of cloud services, and AI and machine learning's influence in the cloud user experience. ...

Host of Problems with Facebook Deepfake Ban, Expert Says
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Host of Problems with Facebook Deepfake Ban, Expert Says

Facebook's newly announced ban on deepfake videos presents a number of challenges in the fight against the spread of misinformation, says Tim Weninger, associate...

Shaking Up the Diversity Pipeline
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Shaking Up the Diversity Pipeline

Jordan Pedraza of Handshake discusses how the company is democratizing access to career opportunities for college students of color.

A* Search
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A* Search: What's in a Name?

A search for algorithmic answers returns unique results.

Von Neumann Thought Turing's Universal Machine was 'Simple and Neat.'
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Von Neumann Thought Turing's Universal Machine was 'Simple and Neat.': But That Didn't Tell Him How to Design a Computer

New discoveries answer an old question.

'Platformizing' a Bad Business Does Not Make It a Good Business
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'Platformizing' a Bad Business Does Not Make It a Good Business

Transaction platforms link third-party applications and services providers with users.

Increasing Automation in Policing
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Increasing Automation in Policing

Seeking the delicate balance between civil liberties and policing public safety.
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