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  • Scientists have developed a new way to predict when you'll die
  • Computer scientists repurpose laparoscopy video for medical training
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  • Algorithm leads to dramatic improvement in drug discovery times
  • Researchers develop new technique to boost quality of brain scans
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  • Facebook wants to nudge you into 'meaningful' online groups
  • Here are all the deals that Google's AI DeepMind lab has made with Britain's
  • Fog computing may be IoT’s computational model
  • Artificial Intelligence to Help Wall Street With Compliance
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  • education

  • High school computer science outreach sells the field short
  • WFHS Intro to Computer Science Sets Foundation for Future Programmers
  • Most people 'aren't as happy as their friends' on social media
  • Mathematicians deliver formal proof of Kepler Conjecture
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  • Computer Science prof recognized as a digital diversity leader
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  • Artificial intelligence takes on white-collar duties
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  • government

  • Georgia official discounts threat of exposed voter records
  • Patrick Madden, a computer scientist who hopes to bring an 'engineering mind-s
  • U.S. weighs restricting Chinese investment in artificial intelligence
  • 146,000 cameras monitor Moscow streets. And the government is just getting start
  • Alleged Russian hack reveals a deeply flawed election system
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  • business

  • The Winners and Losers in Amazon's Whole Foods Deal
  • Retailers getting serious about artificial intelligence
  • UK businesses are already embracing artificial intelligence
  • What insurers really want out of artificial intelligence
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  • Algorithm leads to dramatic improvement in drug discovery times
  • Facebook wants to nudge you into 'meaningful' online groups
  • High school computer science outreach sells the field short
  • Here are all the deals that Google's AI DeepMind lab has made with Britain's
  • WFHS Intro to Computer Science Sets Foundation for Future Programmers
  • Most people 'aren't as happy as their friends' on social media
  • Artificial Intelligence to Help Wall Street With Compliance
  • Fog computing may be IoT’s computational model
  • Researchers develop new technique to boost quality of brain scans
  • Computer scientists repurpose laparoscopy video for medical training
  • Mathematicians deliver formal proof of Kepler Conjecture
  • Here's when robots will start beating humans at every task
  • YouTube is trying to make a tricky pivot from platform to programmer
  • Scientists have developed a new way to predict when you'll die
  • The Winners and Losers in Amazon's Whole Foods Deal
  • Faster performance evaluation of 'super graphs'
  • Smartphone app detects and alerts sleepy drivers
  • Quanta Computer reaffirms commitment in investing in Taiwan
  • Computer Science prof recognized as a digital diversity leader
  • How Facebook Is Stacking the Deck Against the Competition
  • Experts see advances in AI helping diagnose, find cures for hard-to-treat diseas
  • Computer age makes the dandy horse even dandier
  • When is a Chair not a Chair?
  • Artificial intelligence may help doctors keep up with new research
  • Retailers getting serious about artificial intelligence
  • Facebook Uses Artificial Intelligence to Fight Terrorism
  • It's time for an intelligent conversation on artificial intelligence
  • University of Bradford team develops digital face-ageing that could help in sear
  • Georgia official discounts threat of exposed voter records
  • Learning with light: New system allows optical 'deep learning'
  • Superconducting nanowire memory cell, miniaturized technology
  • Face recognition system 'K-Eye'
  • Development of low-dimensional nanomaterials could revolutionize future technolo
  • How to build software for a computer 50 times faster than anything in the world
  • Montreal startup Element AI scores US$102
  • Patrick Madden, a computer scientist who hopes to bring an 'engineering mind-s
  • Facebook teaches chatbots to negotiate for you
  • U.S. weighs restricting Chinese investment in artificial intelligence
  • Don't panic about the future just yet
  • UK businesses are already embracing artificial intelligence
  • 146,000 cameras monitor Moscow streets. And the government is just getting start
  • Computer Science student hacks the beach
  • Robot Uses Deep Learning and Big Data to Write and Play its Own Music
  • Comparing student performance on paper-and-pencil and computer-based-tests
  • Mining cancer data for treatment clues
  • Concentration spans drop when online ads pop up
  • New computing system takes its cues from human brain
  • Study uses artificial intelligence to recognize heart patients at high risk of c
  • What insurers really want out of artificial intelligence
  • Fastcase to Launch Artificial Intelligence ‘Sandbox’ for Law Firms
  • Artificial Intelligence Startup Biggerpan Welcomes World-Renowned Researcher
  • Rethinking Chatbots: They're Not Just for Customers
  • The Oldest Known Surviving PC Operating System
  • Alleged Russian hack reveals a deeply flawed election system
  • The top 7 Linux IoT projects
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