Technology has retrieved secret correspondence from French queen Marie-Antoinette to Swedish count Axel von Fersen, that a censor blotted out with dark ink.
Smithsonian Magazine From ACM TechNews | October 4, 2021
Combining quantum computing with artificial intelligence could lead to the rapid diagnosis and identification of remedies for electrical grid problems.
Cornell Chronicle From ACM TechNews | October 4, 2021
Researchers found that using Bessel beams reduced the likelihood of pore formation and "keyholing" in laser powder bed fusion, a high-power laser printing process...Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory From ACM TechNews | September 30, 2021
New research by scientists at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign is focused on gauging unmanned aerial vehicles' ability to recover from malfunctions...University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign From ACM TechNews | September 29, 2021
Three-dimensional printing can create nearly any object. A partnership in Mexico is putting that theory to the test, building a village for residents living in...The New York Times From ACM News | September 29, 2021
Researchers at Israel's Ben-Gurion University of the Negev developed artificial intelligence software that can provide makeup advice to foil facial recognition...New Scientist From ACM TechNews | September 27, 2021
Experiments by Columbia University researchers have considered different cooking modalities by exposing chicken to blue and infrared light, then 3D-printing a sample...Columbia University From ACM TechNews | September 22, 2021
A research team at Cornell University has developed a recommendation algorithm that could improve Spotify by incorporating both likes and dislikes.
Cornell Chronicle From ACM TechNews | September 22, 2021
Technology giants including Amazon, Microsoft, and Cisco are preparing to access data from India's farmers in a campaign to modernize the country's agricultural...Bloomberg From ACM TechNews | September 17, 2021