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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.


Video Games Invade the Art World in MoMA's Never Alone Exhibition
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Video Games Invade the Art World in MoMA's Never Alone Exhibition

An exhibition at New York City's Museum of Modern Art explores how video games connect people and create communities.

Music, Science and Healing Intersect in an A.I. Opera
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Music, Science and Healing Intersect in an A.I. Opera

The work-in-progress "Song of the Ambassadors" got a test run at Alice Tully Hall — with Lincoln Center's artistic director lending her brain.

The Impact of Virtual Meetings
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The Impact of Virtual Meetings

Virtual meetings have mixed effects on employee productivity, creativity, and relationships.

Applying the Metaverse
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Applying the Metaverse

Business, entertainment, and fashion companies already are staking their claims in this enhanced virtual world.

Neurosymbolic AI
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Neurosymbolic AI

Combining neural networks with symbolic representations might make them more versatile and dependable.

Applied AI Teaches Handwriting
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Applied AI Teaches Handwriting

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

Sensory Trick Makes Objects Seem Heavy or Light in VR
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Sensory Trick Makes Objects Seem Heavy or Light in VR

Vibrating pads on people's arms can support a more convincing illusion of weight in virtual reality by fooling the brain into ignoring certain sensory input.

He Used AI to Win a Fine-Arts Competition. Was It Cheating?
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He Used AI to Win a Fine-Arts Competition. Was It Cheating?

One judge said the striking piece evoked Renaissance art. But some critics compared it to 'entering a marathon and driving a Lamborghini to the finish line.'

It's Alive! It's With the Band! A Computer Soloist Holds Its Own
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It's Alive! It's With the Band! A Computer Soloist Holds Its Own

Voyager, a computer program, played with Ensemble Signal in the U.S. premiere of a George Lewis piece that was a highlight of this year's concert calendar.

Competition Makes Big Datasets the Winners
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Competition Makes Big Datasets the Winners

Measurement has driven research groups to home in on the most popular datasets, but that may change as metrics shift to real-world quality.

The Road to 6G
From Communications of the ACM

The Road to 6G

Looking past 5G to sixth-generation wireless technology.

How AI Is Driving the Esports Boom
From Communications of the ACM

How AI Is Driving the Esports Boom

Artificial intelligence is helping the esports industry take the world by storm.

AI Model Recommends Personalized Fonts to Improve Reading, Accessibility
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AI Model Recommends Personalized Fonts to Improve Reading, Accessibility

Model matches reader characteristics, such as font familiarity and age, with specific font characteristics, such as heavier weight.

Gaming for Science: How Video Games Are Making Research Fun
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Gaming for Science: How Video Games Are Making Research Fun

Video games paired with citizen science are increasingly being used by researchers to make data collection and analysis fun and rewarding.

VR Headsets Reduced to Size of Regular Glasses
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VR Headsets Reduced to Size of Regular Glasses

Scientists from Stanford University and Nvidia create thinner, lighter virtual reality headgear than commercially available devices.

Virtual Drum Set Debuts at SIGGRAPH
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Virtual Drum Set Debuts at SIGGRAPH

Engineer and musician Victor Zappi introduced a virtual percussion instrument co-developed with Professor Sidney Fels at the University of British Columbia at ACM's...

A.I. Is Not Sentient. Why Do People Say It Is?
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A.I. Is Not Sentient. Why Do People Say It Is?

Robots can't think or feel, despite what the researchers who build them want to believe.

Formalizing Fairness
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Formalizing Fairness

Algorithmic fairness aims to remedy issues stemming from algorithmic bias.

Crossing the Uncanny Valley
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Crossing the Uncanny Valley

The "uncanny valley effect" may be holding back the field of robotics.

Neurotechnology and the Law
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Neurotechnology and the Law

How closely should implants be regulated?
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