Supercomputers will sift massive amounts of data in search of therapies that work.
Advances in artificial intelligence and machine learning are motivating researchers to design and build new chips to support different computing models.
Developers of innovative assistive devices compete as a means of networking with each other.
2009 ACM Prize recipient Eric Brewer, 2004 ACM A.M. Turing Award co-recipient Vint Cerf, 2016–2017 Athena Lecturer Jennifer Rexford, ACM Grace Murray Hopper Award recipient Martin Casado, ACM Fellows Nick Feamster and Jim Kurose, and ACM member George Roussos discuss the Internet of Things.
The Pentagon has known for years that a significant number of the replacement parts it buys for its missile guidance and satellite systems contain substandard counterfeit microchips.
NASA's Cassini spacecraft is back in contact with Earth after its successful first-ever dive through the narrow gap between the planet Saturn and its rings on April 26, 2017.
New neural network-based detection algorithms can determine what movies people who use streaming services are viewing.
Rice University professor and ACM Fellow Lydia Kavraki will receive this year's ACM Athena Lecturer Award.
Six-year-old girls exposed to a computer-programming activity had more interest in technology and more positive outlooks about their own skills compared to non-participants.
Researchers have developed a method for wirelessly powering ingestible electronic devices.
Jean-Marc Alliot at the Computer Science Research Institute of Toulouse in France has developed a system that directly ranks chess players based on the quality of their chess moves.
What do you picture when you think of a drone?
A new automated probe system for gauging the performance of computer elements is designed to run 100 times faster than current supercomputers, while consuming far less energy.
New York University professor Justin Cappos has been developing The Update Framework (TUF) for eight years to help organizations update their software securely.
Researchers have developed a new method to counter algorithmic bias, with the goal of proving algorithms can guarantee fairness in resource allocation.
Disney researchers say they have developed a new method that makes it possible to realistically simulate hair by observing real hair in motion.
A City University of New York program helps public school students learn science and math, and provides them with role models.
Two graduate students stood silently beside a lectern, listening as their professor presented their work to a conference.
Scientists have discovered a new planet with the mass of Earth, orbiting its star at the same distance that we orbit our sun.
University of Idaho professor Joseph Qualls says he envisions education being transformed by artificial intelligence.