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Epic Versus Apple and the Future of App Stores
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Epic Versus Apple and the Future of App Stores

Seeking a more equitable way to govern and distribute the revenues generated by App-store marketplaces.

Log4j Vulnerability: Why Your Hot Take on It Is Wrong
From ACM Opinion

Log4j Vulnerability: Why Your Hot Take on It Is Wrong

Log4j vulnerability is too complex to be boiled down to just single cause

Who Killed the Robot Dog?
From ACM Opinion

Who Killed the Robot Dog?

The robotic companion was once a dream of techno-utopianism, but has instead become a terrifying weapon

The Dream of U.S.-Made Computer Chips
From ACM Opinion

The Dream of U.S.-Made Computer Chips

Before we invest in making more chips on U.S. soil, we should be asking what we're trying to achieve

Quantum Computing Nears a Quantum Leap
From ACM Opinion

Quantum Computing Nears a Quantum Leap

Quantum computers have experienced a number of notable improvements in recent weeks

AWS Has a Sexy New Modernization Play: Mainframes
From ACM Opinion

AWS Has a Sexy New Modernization Play: Mainframes

AWS announced a range of cool services at re:Invent 2021, but none more important than its Mainframe Modernization service

Your Response to AWS Going Down Shouldn't Be Multicloud
From ACM Opinion

Your Response to AWS Going Down Shouldn't Be Multicloud

It's convenient but wrong to assume multicloud will solve your application resilience woes

Courts Must Stop Social Media Cos. from Co-opting the First Amendment
From ACM Opinion

Courts Must Stop Social Media Cos. from Co-opting the First Amendment

Federal appeals courts should strike down Florida and Texas laws but reject social media companies' broader arguments

 It's Too Late for Meta to Win over Washington
From ACM Opinion

It's Too Late for Meta to Win over Washington

Lawmakers are not interested in the company's proposed concessions

The Urgency of the Moment for Congress on AI and National Security
From ACM Opinion

The Urgency of the Moment for Congress on AI and National Security

Congressional oversight of the intelligence community is critical to keeping pace with adversaries and gleaning accurate insights

Facebook's Missteps Should Be a Lesson for Web3
From ACM Opinion

Facebook's Missteps Should Be a Lesson for Web3

The new crop of technologists building Web3 can still learn a lot from Open Graph's problems

An AWS Inconvenience
From ACM Opinion

An AWS Inconvenience

The company's recent outage took down Adele, Netflix, Tinder, and more, but it could've been worse

China Will Soon Lead the U.S. in Tech
From ACM Opinion

China Will Soon Lead the U.S. in Tech

Beijing pulls ahead in 5G and artificial intelligence, while catching up in semiconductors

Truly Ethical AI Needs Research to Be Independent from Big Tech
From ACM Opinion

Truly Ethical AI Needs Research to Be Independent from Big Tech

Curb the power of Silicon Valley and protect those who speak up about the harms of AI

Why We Must Rethink AI Benchmarks
From ACM Opinion

Why We Must Rethink AI Benchmarks

While helpful in comparing AI performance, benchmarks are often taken out of context, sometimes to harmful results

Securing Kubernetes Environments
From ACM Opinion

Securing Kubernetes Environments

Lack of resources is a massive blocker, so IT leaders need to prioritize

Four AI Trends for 2022
From ACM Opinion

Four AI Trends for 2022

Look for improvements to neural networks, strategic ethics, hiring practices, and even gastronomy

Why You Should Care about Meta's Push into the Metaverse
From ACM Opinion

Why You Should Care about Meta's Push into the Metaverse

The futuristic tech Mark Zuckerberg is investing billions in could remake the Internet

Keeping AI in Healthcare in Check
From ACM Opinion

Keeping AI in Healthcare in Check

Experts discuss the need to prevent AI bias in healthcare

The U.S. Needs a Department of Tech and Science Policy
From ACM Opinion

The U.S. Needs a Department of Tech and Science Policy

Two former NIH directors call for a cabinet-level department to formulate science policy, oversee tech development
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