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Gaining Benefit from Artificial Intelligence and Data Science: A Three-Part Framework
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Gaining Benefit from Artificial Intelligence and Data Science: A Three-Part Framework

Why ethics is not enough.

Virtual and the Future of Conferences
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Virtual and the Future of Conferences

Making conferences more accessible.

Undergraduate Computer Science Curricula
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Undergraduate Computer Science Curricula

First-job readiness versus long-term career preparation.

Leveraging Professional Ethics for Responsible AI
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Leveraging Professional Ethics for Responsible AI

Applying AI techniques to journalism.

Autocorrect Is Not: People Are Multilingual and Computer Science Should Be Too
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Autocorrect Is Not: People Are Multilingual and Computer Science Should Be Too

Considering the interconnection of computing and human languages.

Rebuttal How-To: Strategies, Tactics, and the Big Picture in Research
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Rebuttal How-To: Strategies, Tactics, and the Big Picture in Research

Demystifying rebuttal writing.

Toward a Solid Acceptance of the Decentralized Web of Personal Data: Societal and Technological Convergence
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Toward a Solid Acceptance of the Decentralized Web of Personal Data: Societal and Technological Convergence

Giving individuals more control of their personal data.

Beyond the Editorial Analogy: The Future of the First Amendment on the Internet
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Beyond the Editorial Analogy: The Future of the First Amendment on the Internet

Can the government regulate how social media companies moderate their platforms?

Ulterior Motives
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Ulterior Motives

2023-2024 ACM Athena Lecturer Margo Seltzer recalls the motivations behind the development of the Berkeley DB database software library, and other achievements...

A Clash of Civilizations
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A Clash of Civilizations

The much-sought holy grail of more and faster innovation will come from integrating pipeline thinking and adoption thinking.

Five Ways Executives Misunderstand Technology
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Five Ways Executives Misunderstand Technology

How executives might better understand technology.

Rethinking Conference Formats
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Rethinking Conference Formats

Suggesting a conference format better suited for both onsite and virtual conferences.

The Gamification of Academia
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The Gamification of Academia

Gaming the system.

On Being a Computer Science Communicator
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On Being a Computer Science Communicator

Facilitating more effective public engagement with a computer science perspective.

Legal Challenges to Generative AI, Part II
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Legal Challenges to Generative AI, Part II

Deliberating on inconclusive AI-generated policy questions.

It Is Time to Let Go of 'Virtual Reality'
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It Is Time to Let Go of 'Virtual Reality'

Advocating standardized terminology and reporting guidelines for mixed reality research.

How Software Stifles Competition and Innovation
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How Software Stifles Competition and Innovation

Factoring the slowing up of startups.

Barbershop Computing
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Barbershop Computing

Moving education beyond computer science pipelines.

Closing Our Digital Divides
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Closing Our Digital Divides

Seeking a more efficient path to improved broadband Internet access.

Can Crowdsourcing Rescue the Social Marketplace of Ideas?
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Can Crowdsourcing Rescue the Social Marketplace of Ideas?

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