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Go Backward, Save Energy
From Communications of the ACM

Go Backward, Save Energy

Reversible computing principles point a way toward more efficient computers.

ESnet Launches Next-Generation Network to Enhance Collaborative Science
From ACM TechNews

ESnet Launches Next-Generation Network to Enhance Collaborative Science

The Energy Sciences Network has rolled out the latest generation of the U.S. Department of Energy's high-performance science network, dubbed ESnet6.

Computer Errors from Outer Space
From ACM TechNews

Computer Errors from Outer Space

Ever-shrinking microchips are elevating the risk of computer glitches caused by cosmic rays bombarding the Earth from outer space.

World's Fastest Supercomputer Can't Run a Day without Failure
From ACM TechNews

World's Fastest Supercomputer Can't Run a Day without Failure

Oak Ridge National Laboratory's Frontier supercomputer experiences numerous hardware failures on a daily basis.

Chicago Scientists Testing Unhackable Quantum Internet in Closet
From ACM TechNews

Chicago Scientists Testing Unhackable Quantum Internet in Closet

University of Chicago scientists are conducting quantum Internet research in a basement closet.

Algorithm Can Design Perfect Cycle Lane System for Any City
From ACM TechNews

Algorithm Can Design Perfect Cycle Lane System for Any City

Malte Schröder and colleagues at Dresden University of Technology programmed an algorithm to design the optimal cycling route for any given city, using network...

Bot Hunting Is All About the Vibes
From ACM TechNews

Bot Hunting Is All About the Vibes

Though several bot detection systems are available, there is no standard definition of "bot" and the results of the detection systems can differ.

Matter's Internet of Things Standard and Certification Are Ready
From ACM TechNews

Matter's Internet of Things Standard and Certification Are Ready

The Connectivity Standards Alliance has officially approved the Matter Internet of Things standard.

Can Smartphones Help Predict Suicide?
From ACM News

Can Smartphones Help Predict Suicide?

A unique research project is tracking hundreds of people at risk for suicide, using data from smartphones and wearable biosensors to identify periods of high danger...

Why Don't You Have A Self-Driving Car Yet?
From ACM News

Why Don't You Have A Self-Driving Car Yet?

The biggest reason that "it's taking so long" is that it's hard.

Securing the Enterprise When Employees are Remote
From ACM News

Securing the Enterprise When Employees are Remote

Managing the security challenges of hybrid work environments.

Senate Confirms Fick as First U.S. Cyber Ambassador
From ACM News

Senate Confirms Fick as First U.S. Cyber Ambassador

Fick served in the U.S. Marine Corps and has extensive experience working in the private sector, including as CEO of the cybersecurity software company Endgame....

Implantable Sensor Sniffs Out Possible Signals of Osteoarthritis
From ACM TechNews

Implantable Sensor Sniffs Out Possible Signals of Osteoarthritis

A new flexible biosensor performs continuous, wireless monitoring of nitric oxide, a biomarker associated with inflammation, in rabbits.

Face Recognition for Pigs Could Improve Welfare on Farms
From ACM TechNews

Face Recognition for Pigs Could Improve Welfare on Farms

Wenhao Zhang and colleagues at the U.K.'s University of the West of England have developed a facial recognition system for pigs.

Hidden Malware Ratchets Up Cybersecurity Risks
From Communications of the ACM

Hidden Malware Ratchets Up Cybersecurity Risks

Cybercriminals could be hiding malware payloads in places where commercial cybersecurity software is unable to detect it.

Applied AI Teaches Handwriting
From Communications of the ACM

Applied AI Teaches Handwriting

In an increasingly digital world, how do you teach students cursive handwriting?

Genomics Study Identifies Unique Set of Proteins That Restores Hearing in Zebrafish
From ACM TechNews

Genomics Study Identifies Unique Set of Proteins That Restores Hearing in Zebrafish

Researchers used genomic techniques and computational-based machine learning to identify a network of proteins that enable zebrafish to regenerate hair cells to...

This Ad's for You (Not Your Neighbor)
From ACM News

This Ad's for You (Not Your Neighbor)

Data mining plus streaming can target political ads household by household, mostly unregulated.

Mars Rover, Drone Prototypes Brave Iceland Winds
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Mars Rover, Drone Prototypes Brave Iceland Winds

This summer, prototype rovers and drones designed to operate on Mars were tested in high winds and other harsh environmental conditions in Iceland.

California Governor Signs Sweeping Children's Online Safety Bill
From ACM News

California Governor Signs Sweeping Children's Online Safety Bill

The bill could require many social media sites, games and other online services used by children to install protections for minors.
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