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Chart of the Week: Japan’s Robots

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Computer Science prof recognized for digital leadership

Rebecca Rawcliffe -
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Bank of America reaches milestone with virtual assistant Erica

Caroline Hudson
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Intel Editorial: The Dash to 5G Commercialization Begins

Asha Keddy
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Shame on Google for treating the US military as evil

Marc A. Thiessen
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Math & Cryptography Olympiad Open To All

Sue Gee
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Artificial intelligence is smarter than you think

Dave Perkon
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'Norman,' when artificial intelligence goes psycho

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New algorithm keeps data fresh in wireless networks

Massachusetts Institute of Technology
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The robot revolution is just beginning

Sanjit Dang
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Artificial intelligence can recognize you by the way you walk

Chris Smith
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Google Hasn’t Killed Attribution Modeling – It Never Really Worked To Begin With

Melbourne Business School
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AI researchers design 'privacy filter' for your photos

University of Toronto Faculty of Applied
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Samsung experts say 2018 QLED TV’s blacks may be different, but still ‘perfect’

Song Su-hyun
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Laptop, phone, whatever. The next watershed moment will finally unify them all

Luke Larsen
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Garbage In, Garbage Out: machine learning has not repealed the iron law of compu

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Nuclear Physicists Leap Into Quantum Computing With First Simulations of Atomic

Oak Ridge
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JPEG vs. PNG: When and why to use one format over the other

Gannon Burgett
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Who’s developing quantum computers?

James A. Martin
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Thanks To AI, A 3rd Person Is Arrested Following A Pop Superstar's Concert

Andrew Flanagan
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5 Innovative Ways Artificial Intelligence Is Advancing Technology

Jonathan Long
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Scheme to hire foreign IT talents under fire

Jane Cheung
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Algorithms are coming for their jobs, so workers are teaching themselves algorit

Tracey Lien
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Edge computing and the importance of open infrastructure

Ildiko Vancsa
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