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  • roducing Graphene at Industrial Scale: High-Performance Computing Helps Refine P - Gauss Center (7482 bytes) (2021-09-08)
  • 4 highest-paying computer science jobs - Trending (4013 bytes) (2021-09-08)
  • Who can bend light for cheaper internet? - Rachel Gordon (6701 bytes) (2021-09-08)
  • Researchers find a way to check that quantum computers return - University of Vienna (3223 bytes) (2021-09-08)
  • Brain-inspired memory device - National University of Singapore (5428 bytes) (2021-09-08)
  • Using artificial intelligence for early detection and treatment of illnesses - Technische Universität Dresden (2858 bytes) (2021-09-08)
  • How hackers can p~ppoisonp~p open-source code - Adam Conner-Simons, Cornell University (3605 bytes) (2021-08-14)
  • Chip with secure encryption will help in fight against hackers - Technical University Munich (5728 bytes) (2021-08-14)
  • Signed languages - Aaron Aupperle (3960 bytes) (2021-08-14)
  • New cybersecurity technique keeps hackers guessing - U.S. Army Research Laboratory (3329 bytes) (2021-08-06)
  • Smartphone screens effective sensors for soil or water contamination - University of Cambridge (4542 bytes) (2021-08-02)
  • Physicists take big step in race to quantum computing - University of Maryland (4051 bytes) (2021-07-14)
  • EventDrop: a method to augment asynchronous event data - Ingrid Fadelli (7956 bytes) (2021-07-06)
  • Computer training program for seniors can reduce hazardous driving - North Carolina State University (2967 bytes) (2021-07-06)
  • A new piece of the quantum computing puzzle - Washington University in St. Louis (4827 bytes) (2021-07-06)
  • How children integrate information - Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary An (5290 bytes) (2021-07-06)
  • AI learns to predict human behavior from videos - Columbia University School of Engineerin (4836 bytes) (2021-07-06)
  • Researchers design new techniques to bolster memory safety - Columbia University (5479 bytes) (2021-06-23)
  • Computers predict peoplep~ps tastes in art - California Institute of Technology (5428 bytes) (2021-06-23)
  • Researchers create quantum microscope that can see the impossible - University of Queensland (2861 bytes) (2021-06-23)
  • New study: Developersp~p skills and top management commitment lead to Agile proj - Aalborg University (3756 bytes) (2021-06-17)
  • A social robot that could help children to regulate their emotions - Ingrid Fadelli (2719 bytes) (2021-06-17)
  • Facebook to launch NetHack Challenge at NeurIPS 2021 - Sarah Katz (2769 bytes) (2021-06-17)
  • Where digitalization is a goldmine, for real - Steinar Brandslet (2708 bytes) (2021-06-17)
  • Facebook AI software able to dig up origins of deepfake images - Microsoft (1948 bytes) (2021-06-17)
  • AI system-on-chip runs on solar power - CSEM (3014 bytes) (2021-06-17)
  • New discovery for the future of quantum computing - University of Kent (2313 bytes) (2021-06-17)
  • How quantum dots can p~ptalkp~p to each other - Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin für Materialien (2770 bytes) (2021-06-08)
  • Researchers fine-tune control over AI image generation - North Carolina State University (3130 bytes) (2021-06-08)
  • New algorithm for modern quilting - Stanford University (4389 bytes) (2021-06-08)
  • Study explores privacy of prison communications - Daniel Tkacik (5321 bytes) (2021-05-26)
  • Two new attacks break PDF certification - Ruhr-Universitaet-Bochum (2974 bytes) (2021-05-26)
  • Spectre Strikes Back: New Hacking Vulnerability Affecting Billions of Computers - University of Virginia (8651 bytes) (2021-05-26)
  • Pushing Computing to the Edge With Innovative Microchip Design to Make AI Access - Princeton University (7709 bytes) (2021-05-26)
  • New material could create p~pneuronsp~p and p~psynapsesp~p for new computers - University of Groningen (3534 bytes) (2021-05-26)
  • Rising stock wealth does boost spending, employment - Peter Dizikes (6185 bytes) (2021-05-14)
  • Silicon chip will drive next generation communications - Osaka University (3968 bytes) (2021-05-14)
  • Patients may not take advice from AI doctors who know their names - Penn State (5318 bytes) (2021-05-14)
  • Spencer Compton, Karna Morey, Tara Venkatadri, and Lily Zhang named 2021-22 Gold - School of Engineering (7717 bytes) (2021-04-28)
  • Q&A: Vivienne Sze on crossing the hardware-software divide for efficient artific - Kim Martineau (6155 bytes) (2021-04-28)
  • A breakthrough that enables practical semiconductor spintronics - Linköping University (4894 bytes) (2021-04-28)

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