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U.S. Copyright Office's Questions about Generative AI
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U.S. Copyright Office's Questions about Generative AI

Generating more questions than answers.

Achievement in Microarchitecture
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Achievement in Microarchitecture

David Papworth, a 30-year veteran of Intel, on what led to the P6 microprocessor and how that changed the microarchitectural paradigm.

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?

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.

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

Factoring the slowing up of startups.

Closing Our Digital Divides
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Closing Our Digital Divides

Seeking a more efficient path to improved broadband Internet access.

Francis Enyi on Bridging the Healthcare Deficit in Africa
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Francis Enyi on Bridging the Healthcare Deficit in Africa

Francis Enyi, a senior program analyst with Delta State University Teaching Hospital in Nigeri, discusses how his team of software developers, medical personnel...

Why You Should Be Able to Make Your Own Individualized, Digital Nano-Currency
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Why You Should Be Able to Make Your Own Individualized, Digital Nano-Currency

Increasing opportunities for access to traditional financial systems.

Fragility in AIs Using Artificial Neural Networks
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Fragility in AIs Using Artificial Neural Networks

Suggesting ways to reduce fragility in AI systems that include artificial neural networks.

Lost in Afghanistan: Can the World Take ICT4D Seriously?
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Lost in Afghanistan: Can the World Take ICT4D Seriously?

Seeking to maximize the value of information and communication technologies for development research.

The Indigo Cyberattack Is a Warning of Things to Come
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The Indigo Cyberattack Is a Warning of Things to Come

Those handling state secrets or critical infrastructure seem to fare no better than a bookstore chain.

Do the Right Thing
From Communications of the ACM

Do the Right Thing

Exploring the intersection of legal compliance and ethical judgment.
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