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  • DOOMED is new online learning approach to robotics modeling
  • Building privacy right into software code
  • Researchers design facial recognition system as less invasive way to track lemur
  • Professors build AI to help autonomous vehicles locate themselves on maps
  • Could Artificial Intelligence Hold The Key To Predicting Earthquakes?
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  • electronics

  • Device Will Rapidly, Accurately and Inexpensively Detect Zika Virus at Airports
  • Scientists develop new high-precision method for analysing and comparing functio
  • Real-time MRI analysis powered by supercomputers
  • Alien particles from outer space are wreaking low-grade havoc on personal electr
  • Efficient power converter for internet of things
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  • industries

  • Digital fabrication in architecture
  • At death’s door for years, widely used SHA1 function is now dead
  • Healthcare industry leaps into the cognitive era
  • Redfin CTO says machine learning needs human help
  • How AI fights the war against fake news
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  • education

  • Computer science students should explore other passions
  • Using statistics ethically to combat 'a scientific credibility crisis'
  • Likelihood of dieting success lies within your tweets
  • Social exclusion in virtual realities has a negative social and emotional impact
  • Raspberry Pi For Teachers on Future Learn
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  • careers

  • Data Science: Tidal Wave of Opportunity for Women
  • An intern who received internship offers from Facebook, Google, and Apple shares
  • Self-described ‘hacker’, cybersecurity expert joins LSU faculty
  • Women Thriving in Computer Science at California College
  • Could Engineers be Accused of Killing Jobs?
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  • government

  • Social information from friends, experts could help reduce uncertainty in crowdf
  • Algorithm can create a bridge between Clinton and Trump supporters
  • How algorithms (secretly) run the world
  • America's military AI superiority in doubt as China closes gap
  • Montreal sees its future in smart sensors, artificial intelligence
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  • business

  • Oh God, They're Already Talking About 6G
  • Sex dolls could be given personalities for £16 a month
  • The science of money: how data controls your financial life
  • How to drive shareholder value with artificial intelligence
  • This is the future of financial advice
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  • Using statistics ethically to combat 'a scientific credibility crisis'
  • Building privacy right into software code
  • DOOMED is new online learning approach to robotics modeling
  • Likelihood of dieting success lies within your tweets
  • Social exclusion in virtual realities has a negative social and emotional impact
  • Digital fabrication in architecture
  • Computer science students should explore other passions
  • At death’s door for years, widely used SHA1 function is now dead
  • Oh God, They're Already Talking About 6G
  • Device Will Rapidly, Accurately and Inexpensively Detect Zika Virus at Airports
  • Scientists develop new high-precision method for analysing and comparing functio
  • Social information from friends, experts could help reduce uncertainty in crowdf
  • How AI fights the war against fake news
  • Redfin CTO says machine learning needs human help
  • Sex dolls could be given personalities for £16 a month
  • Healthcare industry leaps into the cognitive era
  • DNA computer brings 'intelligent drugs' a step closer
  • Real-time MRI analysis powered by supercomputers
  • Researchers design facial recognition system as less invasive way to track lemur
  • Efficient power converter for internet of things
  • Liquid metal nano printing set to revolutionize electronics
  • Alien particles from outer space are wreaking low-grade havoc on personal electr
  • Raspberry Pi For Teachers on Future Learn
  • 5 open source security tools too good to ignore
  • The big moral dilemma facing self-driving cars
  • "brain scans" of artificial intelligence processes
  • Excited about the potential of augmented reality: Satya Nadella
  • $5 Million Grant to Expand Computer Science Education
  • The science of money: how data controls your financial life
  • WTF is cloud computing?
  • Can Google and Facebook clean up on-line advertising in time?
  • How to drive shareholder value with artificial intelligence
  • Professors build AI to help autonomous vehicles locate themselves on maps
  • Algorithm can create a bridge between Clinton and Trump supporters
  • Sensors embedded in sports equipment could provide real-time analytics to your s
  • RSA: Eric Schmidt shares deep learning on AI
  • Facebook algorithms ‘will identify terrorists’
  • A.I. faces hype, skepticism at RSA cybersecurity show
  • UB engineers use supercomputers to examine optimal method for treating brain ane
  • This is the future of financial advice
  • Q&A: Oracle's future lies in cloud, APIs, and microservices
  • Could Artificial Intelligence Hold The Key To Predicting Earthquakes?
  • New reliable technique to track web users across browsers
  • Computational methods applied to big datasets are compelling tools for historica
  • Towards equal access to digital coins
  • A new spin on electronics
  • “Beyond computing buzzwords” a key theme of Multicore World
  • Is NVIDIA a Future Blue Chip Stock?
  • 7 features Linux could borrow from other systems
  • Algorithms: the managers of our digital lives
  • Simulated ransomware attack shows vulnerability of industrial controls
  • Coding: In Search of Imperfection
  • Amazon launches videoconferencing for cloud customers
  • Recursive and Iterative Algorithms in Patent Claims
  • Not Your Father's AI: Artificial Intelligence Hits the Catwalk at NYFW 2017
  • Startup Schools Machine Learning
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