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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.
Twenty years ago IBM's Deep Blue computer stunned the world by becoming the first machine to beat a reigning world chess champion in a six-game match.
Scientific American From ACM Opinion | June 2, 2017
On New Year's Eve in 2015 local and federal agents arrested a 26-year-old man in Rochester, N.Y., for planning to attack people at random later that night using...Scientific American From ACM News | May 26, 2017
The Pentagon has known for years that a significant number of the replacement parts it buys for its missile guidance and satellite systems contain substandard counterfeit...Scientific American From ACM News | April 28, 2017
A recently published paper in the Journal of Planning Education and Research explores how interactions between humans and self-driving cars could change the rules...Scientific American From ACM News | March 21, 2017
Paul Johnson's research team at Los Alamos National Laboratory is applying artificial intelligence to earthquake prediction, using machine-learning algorithms,...Scientific American From ACM TechNews | February 22, 2017
The U.S. government on Tuesday issued rules for addressing cyber vulnerabilities in medical devices, providing manufacturers with guidelines for fixing security...Scientific American From ACM News | December 28, 2016
Donald Trump's ascension to the White House had very little to do with his views on the spread of high-speed broadband, wireless spectrum allocation—or any number...Scientific American From ACM Opinion | November 11, 2016
Late last week Obama administration officials used NBC News to send Moscow a cryptic threat: The U.S. government is "contemplating an unprecedented cyber covert...Scientific American From ACM Opinion | October 19, 2016
Researchers at the University of Turin and Yahoo! have developed software that can identify the expression of sarcasm on social media and the Web. Scientific American From ACM TechNews | August 26, 2016
Emerging technologies that draw from biomedical technology, nanotechnology, information technology and other fields are developing at a rapid pace and may lead...Scientific American From ACM Opinion | July 26, 2016