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NVIDIA CEO: AI Workloads Will “Flood” Data Centers

Yevgeniy Sverdlik
(7521 bytes) (2017-05-18)

IBM makes a leap in quantum computing power

Peter Sayer
(1719 bytes) (2017-05-18)

Faster, smaller, more powerful computer chips: Hafnia dons a new face

University of Kentucky
(6283 bytes) (2017-05-17)

Your next job interview could be with a recruiter bot

Ryan Prior
(3778 bytes) (2017-05-17)

Killer artificial intelligence returns in 'Alien: Covenant'

SANDY COHEN
(3070 bytes) (2017-05-17)

Stamford High School is launching a new program

Stamford High School
(389 bytes) (2017-05-17)

This Mother’s Day, a look at women in IT

Rebecca Linke
(4212 bytes) (2017-05-15)

Physics may bring faster solutions for tough computational problems

Zhi-Cheng Yang
(4423 bytes) (2017-05-15)

India sees few major problems from cyberattack

Kaspersky Lab
(5285 bytes) (2017-05-15)

Experts try to figure out who's behind global cyberattack

Kelvin Chan
(1509 bytes) (2017-05-15)

Dozens of countries hit by biggest 'ransomware' attack ever

Michael
(4796 bytes) (2017-05-15)

Experts fear surge of extortion plot victims as workweek opens

Sylvia Hui and Christopher S. Rugaber
(4940 bytes) (2017-05-15)

App Academy students don't pay tuition -- until they get a job

KEN BORLAND
(3487 bytes) (2017-05-12)

4 Ways Your Website Should Change Over the Next 5 Years

Elena Titova
(6257 bytes) (2017-05-12)

The toughest challenge for self-driving cars? Human drivers

TOM KRISHER
(5016 bytes) (2017-05-12)

Artificial intelligence helps abducted child reunite with family 27 years late

Fu Gui
(2535 bytes) (2017-05-12)

Microsoft takes fight to Google, Amazon with video analysing tools

Jeffrey Dastin
(2506 bytes) (2017-05-12)

Research may help combat abusive online comments

David Mitchell
(4233 bytes) (2017-05-10)

Deep learning helps scientists keep track of cell's inner parts

University of Toronto
(4706 bytes) (2017-05-10)

Why Edward Snowden loves open source

Brandon Butler
(3099 bytes) (2017-05-10)

Facebook to play down links to websites with deceptive ads

Bill Trott
(2415 bytes) (2017-05-10)

New math techniques to improve computational efficiency in quantum chemistry

DOE/Sandia National Laboratories
(4444 bytes) (2017-05-09)

Refrigerator for quantum computers discovered

Aalto University
(3079 bytes) (2017-05-09)

Computer-generated doctor explains test results to patients

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champai
(3401 bytes) (2017-05-09)

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