Researchers found that providing Internet access, with the right controls, can help students achieve academic gains, and can even substitute for textbooks in schools...University of Toronto Rotman School of Management (Canada) From ACM TechNews | March 25, 2022
The European Union was expected to finalize the Digital Markets Act, the most sweeping legislation to regulate tech since a European privacy law was passed in 2018...The New York Times From ACM News | March 24, 2022
The Solar Protocol project aims to highlight the environmental impact of the Internet, the devices and systems that use it, and the servers that support it.
NYU Tandon School of Engineering From ACM TechNews | March 18, 2022
Twitter has launched a version of its service that can circumvent Russia's attempts to block and censor the flow of information about its Ukraine invasion.
Associated Press From ACM TechNews | March 15, 2022
A new method for heating, ventilation, and air conditioning control mechanisms use machine learning to balance energy cost, comfort, and efficiency while enabling...Pennsylvania State University News From ACM TechNews | March 10, 2022
The cryptocurrency boom has spawned enterprises democratically governed by a community of users. Or that's the theory. Making it work has been much mess
The New York Times From ACM News | March 10, 2022
The company is undertaking a far-reaching effort to change how it works. For some, it is an echo of their early idealism and a vision for what the Internet could...The New York Times From ACM News | March 4, 2022
An artificial intelligence system for automotive radar sensors filters out interfering signals from other radar sensors to improve object detection.
Graz University of Technology (Austria) From ACM TechNews | March 4, 2022
Twitter said it would label all posts containing links to Russian state-affiliated media outlets, and Meta said it would restrict access to some EU outlets to ward...The New York Times From ACM News | March 1, 2022
Google, Apple and others were warned that they must comply with a new law, which would make them more vulnerable to the Kremlin's censorship demands.
The New York Times From ACM News | February 28, 2022