Self-driving eighteen-wheelers are on U.S. highways, but there are still human "safety drivers" behind the wheel. What will it take to get them out?
The New York Times From ACM News | November 28, 2022
Digital technologies such as virtual reality, augmented reality, and holograms allow museums and other institutions to preserve historical events and tell stories...Esther Shein From Communications of the ACM | December 1, 2022
Quantum computers, once thought to be "superior" to classical computers, increasingly are being seen as yet another accelerator for specialized problems, according...R. Colin Johnson Commissioned by CACM Staff From ACM News | November 22, 2022
Scientists taught an artificial intelligence a second distinct task without overwriting connections learned from a first task, through the use of simulated sleep...New Scientist From ACM TechNews | November 16, 2022
Getting good answers from an artificial intelligence can be a tricky task, and now researchers have found that an AI is better at asking questions of another AI...New Scientist From ACM News | November 11, 2022
The Infinite Conversation website features a nonstop "chat" between artificial intelligence versions of German director Werner Herzog and Slovenian philosopher...Ars Technica From ACM TechNews | November 10, 2022
Shift Robotics has unveiled what it calls the "world's fastest shoes," which allow wearers to "walk at the speed of a run" via a combination of artificial intelligence...PC Magazine From ACM TechNews | November 8, 2022
New research found an individual's trust in online content moderation systems depends on whether the moderator is human or artificial intelligence, and the type...Cornell Chronicle From ACM TechNews | November 3, 2022
Researchers at Canada's University of Toronto are leveraging microelectronics and artificial intelligence to make neural implants smarter and safer.
University of Toronto News (Canada) From ACM TechNews | November 1, 2022