I would like to see the ACM Presidential Task Force on "Open Science" develop a detailed set of guiding principles for conference-site selection. Principles, however, must be translated to concrete decisions in the context of …
DEPARTMENT: Career Paths in Computing
My mother, a stroke-sufferer since her early 20s, is challenged both physically and cognitively. Thus, I was compelled at a young age to study technology and learn how it could improve the lives of everyone — not just the able …
DEPARTMENT: Letters to the Editor
In his January 2023 Communications Viewpoint, "The End of Programming," Matt Welsh wrote "nobody actually understands how large AI models work." However, already no one person understands existing large computer systems.
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Vivienne Sze on how to take greatest advantage of deep learning systems.
Communications efficiency helps bring photonics to artificial intelligence.
How do we keep track of the truth when bots are becoming increasingly skilled liars?
Looking for truth, when "it's becoming surprisingly easy to distort reality."
COLUMN: Legally Speaking
Questioning the legality of using in-copyright works for training data and producing outputs derived from copyrighted training data.
Seeking to close the gap between research and real-world applications of PPAs.
Suggesting ways to reduce fragility in AI systems that include artificial neural networks.
Seeking to maximize the value of information and communication technologies for development research.
SECTION: East Asia and Oceania Region Special Section
This special section highlighting East Asia and Oceania brings together some of the most innovative research in computer science and technology from this flourishing region.
SECTION: East Asia and Oceania Region Special Section: Big Trends
We describe a significant emerging trend away from the techno-solutionist approach to problems that seeks to create and understand a new paradigm: a productive interplay between algorithms and people.
Recent nationwide efforts taking place in South Korea challenge the emerging AI semiconductor industry.
A description of the effort to develop an end-to-end neuromorphic computing solution in Singapore, including its four aspects of hardware, middleware, software, and system integration.
The National Institute of Informatics' activities in its research and service missions.
SECTION: East Asia and Oceania Region Special Section: Hot Topics
Identifying five major challenges in operationalizing responsible AI at scale.
The Veracity Project is investigating challenges related to trust and truth in the context of digital technologies.
CLOSET is a data-driven system designed and developed at Nanyang Technological University for detecting and reporting unreported conflicts of interest and violations in a peer-reviewed venue.
The LEAF integrated technology framework developed at Kyoto University can be linked to any existing learning management systems in different institutions.
VinAI Research aims to embrace the challenge of making Vietnam a competitive player on the world stage in cutting-edge AI R&D by laying the groundwork for innovation and growth for the region.
The design principles and practices of tackling the challenges of realtime feature computing.
The Redbelly path to making blockchain consensus truly scalable.
Tackling scalability, trust, and privacy.
Low-code or no-code frameworks are the latest disruption in the business world.
The DIAS platform manages Earth environmental data to make it available to researchers across a range of fields.
Tackling grand challenges via data-driven digital manufacturing.
Developing assistive technologies and devices in the Asia Pacific region.
JIZAI Body allows a person to free their body and mind by controlling their natural body and altered robotic parts.
The Kawahara Universal Information Network Project explores the technologies needed for the next generation of the Internet of Things and HCI.
Creating innovations to maintain people's health and to improve illness using ICT.
The loss of potential gain from other alternatives when one alternative is chosen.
SECTION: Contributed Articles
While the success of early data-science applications is evident, the full impact of data science has yet to be realized.
SECTION: Review Articles
A case study reveals the theoretical analysis of algorithms is not always as helpful as standard dogma might suggest.
SECTION: Research Highlights
The authors of "Offline and Online Algorithms for SSD Management" propose a more accurate theoretical model of flash-based SSDs that views each page as containing either valid data, invalid data, or no data.
We explore the problem of reducing high internal overhead of flash media which is referred to as write amplification from an algorithmic perspective, considering it in both offline and online settings.
COLUMN: Last Byte
Clever sampling for the worst/average case.