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AI Authorship?
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AI Authorship?

Considering the role of humans in copyright protection of outputs produced by artificial intelligence.

How to Curtail Oversensing in the Home
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How to Curtail Oversensing in the Home

Limiting sensitive information leakage via smart-home sensor data.

How Quantum Computing Will Change the Future of AI
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How Quantum Computing Will Change the Future of AI

IonQ CEO Peter Chapman discusses a variety of quantum computing topics, including its future impact on artificial intelligence and machine learning.

What Role for Antitrust in Regulating Platforms?
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What Role for Antitrust in Regulating Platforms?

Using regulation to protect competition and innovation.

Secure Development Tools and Techniques Need More Research That Will Increase Their Impact and Effectiveness in Practice
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Secure Development Tools and Techniques Need More Research That Will Increase Their Impact and Effectiveness in Practice

Secure development is an important and pressing problem.

Computers Do Not Make Art, People Do
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Computers Do Not Make Art, People Do

The continually evolving relationship between artistic technologies and artists.

Big Data Could Undermine the COVID-19 Response
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Big Data Could Undermine the COVID-19 Response

Blind spots in location-tracking data can threaten both public health and human rights.

Catherine D'Ignazio on Visualizing COVID-19 Data
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Catherine D'Ignazio on Visualizing COVID-19 Data

Catherine D'Ignazio, assistant professor of urban science and planning at MIT, speaks about the current boom in COVID-19 data visualizations, and how data visualizers...

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. ...

Increasing Automation in Policing
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Increasing Automation in Policing

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

I Invented the World Wide Web. Here’s How We Can Fix It.
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I Invented the World Wide Web. Here’s How We Can Fix It.

Sir Tim Berners-Lee wanted the Web to serve humanity. He says it's not too late to live up to that promise.

Dan Jacobson On ORNL's Algorithms for Climate-Resilient Crops
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Dan Jacobson On ORNL's Algorithms for Climate-Resilient Crops

Dan Jacobson of Oak Ridge National Laboratory has a few ideas on how artificial intelligence might impact agriculture, the food industry, and the field of bioengineering...

Tech Giants Have Hijacked the Web. It's Time for a Reboot
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Tech Giants Have Hijacked the Web. It's Time for a Reboot

Technology giants like Facebook and Google have transformed the Internet into a corporate monopoly, experts warn, but a growing cottage industry aims to decentralize...

How Might We Increase System Trustworthiness?
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How Might We Increase System Trustworthiness?

Summarizing some of the changes that seem increasingly necessary to address known system and network deficiencies and anticipate currently unknown vulnerabilities...

The Cloud as an Innovation Platform for Software Development
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The Cloud as an Innovation Platform for Software Development

How cloud computing became a platform.

Inspired by the Home of the Future
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Inspired by the Home of the Future

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

A Response to Fake News as a Response to <i>Citizens United</i>
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A Response to Fake News as a Response to Citizens United

How boundaries on speech could free the market for speech.

Congress Wants to Solve Deepfakes by 2020. That Should Worry ­Us
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Congress Wants to Solve Deepfakes by 2020. That Should Worry ­Us

Deepfakes are frightening, but so is Congress' rush to regulate them.

Richard Feynman Was Wrong About Beauty and Truth in Science
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Richard Feynman Was Wrong About Beauty and Truth in Science

Richard Feynman was unquestionably one of the outstanding physicists of the 20th century. In the area of philosophy of science, though, Feynman didn't really shine—to...

Caroline Criado Perez Explains the 'Gender Data Gap'
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Caroline Criado Perez Explains the 'Gender Data Gap'

In Invisible Women, Caroline Criado Perez examines elements of the modern world that appear to be designed with less consideration for women, including smartphones...
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