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An edited collection of advanced computing news from Communications of the ACM, ACM TechNews, other ACM resources, and news sites around the Web.


Using Sparse Data to Predict Lab Quakes
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Using Sparse Data to Predict Lab Quakes

Researchers at Los Alamos National Laboratory have developed a machine learning approach that can predict fault slip in laboratory earthquakes with reliability...

Levi's AI Chief Says Algorithms Have Helped Boost Revenue
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Levi's AI Chief Says Algorithms Have Helped Boost Revenue

Artificial intelligence and a data repository built on Google Cloud have helped Levi Strauss & Co. improve revenue and profitability, says chief strategy and AI...

Medical AI, Radiologist Experts May Be Vulnerable to Adversarial Attacks
From ACM TechNews

Medical AI, Radiologist Experts May Be Vulnerable to Adversarial Attacks

Researchers at the University of Pittsburgh and from China deceived an artificial intelligence (AI) breast cancer diagnosis model and human specialists with doctored...

Confidential Computing Conquers Hacks
From ACM News

Confidential Computing Conquers Hacks

Protecting data while it is in use, rather than at rest or in flight.

Shrinking Artificial Intelligence
From Communications of the ACM

Shrinking Artificial Intelligence

Energy concerns push AI optimizations to the edge.

Converting Laws to Programs
From Communications of the ACM

Converting Laws to Programs

In highly regulated industries, it is critical that laws are translated precisely into code that reflects their intent.

Monetizing Your Personal Data
From Communications of the ACM

Monetizing Your Personal Data

What is your private data worth, to you and to the companies willing to pay you for it?

'Black Box' to Chronicle Ravages of Climate Change
From ACM TechNews

'Black Box' to Chronicle Ravages of Climate Change

Australia is building "Earth's Black Box," a reportedly indestructible steel structure containing a real-time archive of climate change news and research.

How to Understand the Data Explosion
From ACM News

How to Understand the Data Explosion

The world is set to generate an astronomical amount of digital information. To get a handle on it, start with a grain of rice.

Critical Wormable Security Flaw Found in Several HP Printer Models
From ACM TechNews

Critical Wormable Security Flaw Found in Several HP Printer Models

F-Secure Labs researchers reported two eight-year-old vulnerabilities affecting 150 HP multifunction printers could be exploited to commandeer target devices.

Climate Change Data Deluge Sends Scientists Scrambling for Solutions
From ACM TechNews

Climate Change Data Deluge Sends Scientists Scrambling for Solutions

Scientists are racing to store, analyze, and preserve massive volumes of climate change data collected by sensor-equipped satellites, aircraft, and other instruments...

Scientists Claim Big Advance in Using DNA to Store Data
From ACM TechNews

Scientists Claim Big Advance in Using DNA to Store Data

Scientists at the Georgia Institute of Technology's Georgia Tech Research Institute claim they can improve DNA data storage 100-fold with a new processor they developed...

AI Technique Reveals We Might Not Know Half of What's in Our Cells
From ACM TechNews

AI Technique Reveals We Might Not Know Half of What's in Our Cells

A team of researchers combined microscopy, biochemistry, and artificial intelligence to identify previously unknown components of human cells.

One of the World's Most Precise Microchip Sensors Created Thanks to a Spiderweb
From ACM TechNews

One of the World's Most Precise Microchip Sensors Created Thanks to a Spiderweb

Spiderwebs inspired researchers at the Netherlands' Delft University of Technology to design one of the world's most precise microchip sensors.

No Credit Score? No Problem! Just Hand Over More Data
From ACM News

No Credit Score? No Problem! Just Hand Over More Data

To determine your risk, start-ups are applying technology to data points as various as your college and the mileage on the used car you want to buy.

Clearview AI Does Well in Another Round of Facial Recognition Accuracy Tests
From ACM News

Clearview AI Does Well in Another Round of Facial Recognition Accuracy Tests

The company also performed well last month in a test of its ability to match two different photos of the same person.

Trouble at the Source
From Communications of the ACM

Trouble at the Source

Errors and biases in artificial intelligence systems often reflect the data used to train them.

The Road Ahead for Augmented Reality
From Communications of the ACM

The Road Ahead for Augmented Reality

A heads-up look at augmented reality head-up displays.

What Is the Cost of Living Online?
From Communications of the ACM

What Is the Cost of Living Online?

The cost of powering streaming and other rapidly growing online services will not "take down the Internet."

First Global River Database Documents 40 Years of Change
From ACM TechNews

First Global River Database Documents 40 Years of Change

A new database shows the movement of the river centerlines of the 48 most threatened deltas in the world over the past 40 years.
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