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  • How to make an AI forget - Christopher Stanton, (5260 bytes) (2017-08-17)
  • Genome analysis with near-complete privacy possible, say researchers - Stanford University Medical Center (6479 bytes) (2017-08-17)
  • Computer scientists use music to covertly track body movements, activity - University of Washington (7031 bytes) (2017-08-17)
  • High-quality online video with less rebuffering - Massachusetts Institute of Technology (6944 bytes) (2017-08-16)
  • UTA researcher developing airborne computer network computing platform for UAVs - Aerial computing (4284 bytes) (2017-08-15)
  • DNA sequencing tools lack robust protections against cybersecurity risks - University of Washington (6004 bytes) (2017-08-14)
  • Artificial intelligence uses internet searches to help create mind association m - Queen Mary University of London (2920 bytes) (2017-08-14)
  • When youp~pre blue, so are your Instagram photos - University of Vermont (5378 bytes) (2017-08-11)
  • How secure are your messages? - Brigham Young University (3274 bytes) (2017-08-11)
  • An algorithm trained on emoji knows when youp~pre being sarcastic on twitter - Will Knight (5254 bytes) (2017-08-06)
  • Breakthrough software teaches computer characters to walk, run, even play soccer - University of British Columbia (2907 bytes) (2017-08-03)
  • The future of search engines - An Nguyen (9367 bytes) (2017-08-03)
  • UBC computer science professor brings machine learning to video games - Kate Wilson (3129 bytes) (2017-08-02)
  • The wisdom hierarchy: From signals to artificial intelligence and beyond - Adam Michael Wood (8634 bytes) (2017-08-01)
  • Neural nets model audience reactions to movies - Disney Research (3702 bytes) (2017-07-25)
  • Computers using linguistic clues to deduce photo content - Disney Research (3334 bytes) (2017-07-25)
  • Colorizing images with deep neural networks - Association for Computing Machinery (3718 bytes) (2017-07-25)
  • Researchers develop algorithm to help you identify food and find a recipe - Paul Hill (1804 bytes) (2017-07-24)
  • Computers using linguistic clues to deduce photo content - Disney Research (3289 bytes) (2017-07-21)
  • China aims to become world leader in AI, challenges U.S. dominance - Tim Wimborne (2665 bytes) (2017-07-21)
  • MIT scientists turn ‘Silicon Valley’ joke into working food app - Chris Smith (1685 bytes) (2017-07-21)
  • A better approach to disease prediction through big data analytics - Lehigh University (4859 bytes) (2017-07-18)
  • Decision-making rules least susceptible to manipulation, according to science - National Research University Higher Scho (5211 bytes) (2017-07-17)
  • New tools turn audio clips into realistic video - University of Washington (5305 bytes) (2017-07-13)
  • Neural network poetry is so bad we think it’s written by humans - Matt Reynolds (4318 bytes) (2017-07-12)
  • Inference of Bayesian networks made fast and easy using an extended depth-first - University of Electro-Communications (2353 bytes) (2017-07-11)
  • On computer science—a turbo in the algorithm - Serge Abiteboul And Christine Froidevaux (10477 bytes) (2017-07-11)
  • Your phone to ID you by the way you swipe - Richard Gray (6598 bytes) (2017-07-11)
  • Smartphone data used in global study of physical activity - National Institute of Biomedical Imaging (6222 bytes) (2017-07-11)
  • Computer vision algorithm used to study Google Street View images for signs of u - Harvard University (5602 bytes) (2017-07-10)
  • Lack of ethics education for computer programmers shocks expert - MADISON REIDY (3915 bytes) (2017-07-03)
  • New system enables 88x speedup on common parallel-computing algorithms - MIT (6048 bytes) (2017-07-03)
  • How to protect your computer against the latest ransomware attack - TOM PULLAR-STRECKER (6981 bytes) (2017-06-28)
  • Here are some of the basic algorithms behind a lot of what your computer does - Nick Routley (3893 bytes) (2017-06-27)
  • MIT algorithm tells you how to fold any shape imaginable with origami - Luke Dormehl (2342 bytes) (2017-06-27)
  • Information overload fuels p~pfake newsp~p: Study - MATT MCFARLAND (3220 bytes) (2017-06-27)
  • Computer scientists repurpose laparoscopy video for medical training - Massachusetts Institute of Technology (5038 bytes) (2017-06-20)
  • Herep~ps when robots will start beating humans at every task - Chris Weller (1412 bytes) (2017-06-20)
  • Scientists have developed a new way to predict when youp~pll die - Kevin Loria (5125 bytes) (2017-06-20)
  • When is a Chair not a Chair? - JD Supra (3395 bytes) (2017-06-19)
  • Learning with light: New system allows optical p~pdeep learningp~p - Massachusetts Institute of Technology (5114 bytes) (2017-06-15)

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