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From Quantum Computing to Quantum Communications
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From Quantum Computing to Quantum Communications

Attempting to disentangle mechanical principles.

What Does It Mean to Align AI with Human Values?
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What Does It Mean to Align AI with Human Values?

Making sure our machines understand the intent behind our instructions requires understanding intelligence itself.

What Social Media Regulation Could Look Like
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What Social Media Regulation Could Look Like

Think of pipelines, not utilities.

Your Creativity Will Not Save Your Job from AI
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Your Creativity Will Not Save Your Job from AI

Once considered capable only of unimaginative, routine work, the robots of today craft articles and create award-winning art.

The New AI Writing Tool Might Teach Us the Value of Truth
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The New AI Writing Tool Might Teach Us the Value of Truth

AI literally does not care what is true.

Effective Altruism Is Pushing a Dangerous Brand of AI Safety
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Effective Altruism Is Pushing a Dangerous Brand of AI Safety

This philosophy fuels the artificial intelligence research agenda, creating a harmful system in the name of saving humanity.

The False Promise of America's CHIPS Act
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The False Promise of America's CHIPS Act

It is doubtful that large subsidies and government management will keep U.S. chip makers on top.

Adam Dymitruk on Event Modeling
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Adam Dymitruk on Event Modeling

Exploring the event-modeling approach to discovering requirements and designing software systems.

Three Key Takeaways from Meta's Galactica AI
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Three Key Takeaways from Meta's Galactica AI

We should look at Galactica's initial failure as another scientific experiment, one that can bring us one step closer to success.

Yoshua Bengio: The Past, Present, and Future of Deep Learning
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Yoshua Bengio: The Past, Present, and Future of Deep Learning

2018 ACM A.M. Turing Award recipient discusses his career, collaborations, deep learning's promise, and directions for the field.

The 'End of Crypto'? Not So Fast
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The 'End of Crypto'? Not So Fast

The trust lost in the FTX debacle will take years to rebuild, but it is certainly not the end of crypto.

Global Perspectives of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
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Global Perspectives of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

ACM luminaries describe how their experiences with DEI issues vary between the different continents where they have lived.

Building a New Economy
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Building a New Economy: Data, AI, and Web3

How distributed technologies could return more control to users.

Can Universities Combat the 'Wrong Kind of AI'?
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Can Universities Combat the 'Wrong Kind of AI'?

Seeking an artificial intelligence reset.

The Four Horsemen of an Ailing Software Project
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The Four Horsemen of an Ailing Software Project

Don't let the pale rider catch you with an exception.

The Context Problem in Artificial Intelligence
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The Context Problem in Artificial Intelligence

The artificial intelligence design challenge of teaming humans and machines is difficult because machines cannot read the context of use.

Should Quantum Computing Be on IT’s Strategic Roadmap?
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Should Quantum Computing Be on IT’s Strategic Roadmap?

Quantum computing is far from being a mature technology, but now is the time to pencil it into IT strategic roadmaps.

Why Synthetic Data Is Key to Paving the Way for Smart Cities
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Why Synthetic Data Is Key to Paving the Way for Smart Cities

Synthetic data helps in projects that place heavy demand on data.

More Crypto Regulation Is Needed—Now
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More Crypto Regulation Is Needed—Now

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission must use the FTX collapse to get clear about the rules and regulations that govern the crypto ecosystem.

 Why Don't Robots Have Rights? A Lawyer's Response
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Why Don't Robots Have Rights? A Lawyer's Response

Robots are hardware and software packages that lack a nature or any abilities outside of whatever their designers imagine.
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