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Unlocking the Potential of Zero-Knowledge Proofs in Blockchain
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Unlocking the Potential of Zero-Knowledge Proofs in Blockchain

The intricate world of zero-knowledge proofs and their role within the blockchain.

The Colossus
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The Colossus

Unseen images of the code-breaking computer that helped win World War 2.

Are You Confident in Your Backups?
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Are You Confident in Your Backups?

Assessing data security.

The Link Between Rituals and Data Science
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The Link Between Rituals and Data Science

The case of the Israeli social protest.

All Photos are Fake Until Proven Real
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All Photos are Fake Until Proven Real

The blurred lines of photographic reality in the AI Era.

Let's Be Objective about Large Language Models
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Let's Be Objective about Large Language Models

Objective evaluation of the linguistic competency of large language models (LLMs) is of paramount importance as we start contemplating the use of this technology...

The Israeli Social Protest from a Data Science Perspective: Part One
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The Israeli Social Protest from a Data Science Perspective: Part One

The challenge of data.

Face It, Self-Driving Cars Still Haven't Earned Their Stripes
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Face It, Self-Driving Cars Still Haven't Earned Their Stripes

Edge cases remain a serious, unsolved problem, $100 billion later.

Federated Learning: How Private Is It Really?
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Federated Learning: How Private Is It Really?

Just when it looks like Federated Learning is able to keep local data private, out comes a study to deflate us.

Automated Tests Are the Safety Net
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Automated Tests Are the Safety Net

Automated testing in software development significantly diminishes routine work and saves time, allowing programmers to work more effectively.

Coaxing Performance from the Complexity of HPC
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Coaxing Performance from the Complexity of HPC

Network latency and HPC performance.

The Dissemination Game: Incentives of In-Person vs Virtual Participation
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The Dissemination Game: Incentives of In-Person vs Virtual Participation

Incentives are changing the effectiveness of computer science conferences, but perhaps better conference design can improve them.

Egalitarian Authorship
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Egalitarian Authorship

Is there a way to provide egalitarian authorship to papers?

Lessons from PL/I:  A Most Ambitious Programming Language
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Lessons from PL/I: A Most Ambitious Programming Language

PL/I stands for Programming Language 1, and its aim was to be the Highlander of programming languages. 

VOT Challenge: Computer Vision Competition
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VOT Challenge: Computer Vision Competition

VOT Challenge is one of the outstanding competitions in computer vision. At the end of this important event this year, I would like to share my opinions about this...
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