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  • An algorithm that knows when youp~pll get bored with your favourite mobile game - Plataforma SINC (4252 bytes) (2017-03-24)
  • Protecting web usersp~p privacy - Larry Hardesty (5903 bytes) (2017-03-24)
  • New computer software program excels at lip reading - University of Oxford (3033 bytes) (2017-03-23)
  • When deep learning mistakes a coffee maker for a cobra - Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne (2757 bytes) (2017-03-23)
  • Cutting down the clutter in online conversations - Rachel Gordon (4660 bytes) (2017-03-21)
  • Making better decisions when outcomes are uncertain - Larry Hardesty (6338 bytes) (2017-03-21)
  • Testing new networking protocols - Larry Hardesty (6264 bytes) (2017-03-21)
  • Using big data to analyze images, video better than the human brain - Uni Research (6451 bytes) (2017-03-21)
  • Is reliable artificial intelligence possible? - Hillary Sanctuary (2935 bytes) (2017-03-15)
  • Mathematician breaks down how to defend against quantum computing attacks - Washington State University (3440 bytes) (2017-03-15)
  • Computer scientists introduce p~plip motion passwordp~p, first of its kind - Chris Price (2463 bytes) (2017-03-14)
  • Studying altruism through virtual reality - SISSA (3887 bytes) (2017-03-10)
  • Cutting down the clutter in online conversations - Rachel Gordon (4551 bytes) (2017-03-09)
  • Mathematician breaks down how to defend against quantum computing attacks - Nathan (3436 bytes) (2017-03-09)
  • Artificial data give the same results as real data—without compromising privacy - Stefanie Koperniak (4831 bytes) (2017-03-08)
  • Virtual characters that touch you are seen as being warmer and friendlier - University of Twente (4201 bytes) (2017-03-08)
  • Now you can join the fight against Twitter bots - Juan Echeverria (4131 bytes) (2017-03-07)
  • The working dead: The security risks of outdated Linux kernels - Nikolai Hampton (5842 bytes) (2017-03-06)
  • Artificial intelligence aids scientists in uncovering hallmarks of mystery concu - UCSF (6138 bytes) (2017-03-02)
  • Strong polynomiality of the simplex method for totally unimodular linear program - Tokyo Institute of Technology (1055 bytes) (2017-02-28)
  • New software allows for p~pdecoding digital brain datap~p - Princeton University (10062 bytes) (2017-02-28)
  • Googlep~ps Collision Shakes Up Computer Cryptography - Tom Brant (1871 bytes) (2017-02-27)
  • Crypto Algorithm Not So Secure, Say Researchers Who p~pShatterp~p SHA-1 - Shirley Siluk (3332 bytes) (2017-02-27)
  • Mathematics supports a new way to classify viruses based on structure - OIST (5338 bytes) (2017-02-24)
  • Building privacy right into software code - Jean Yang (7643 bytes) (2017-02-23)
  • DOOMED is new online learning approach to robotics modeling - Mary Ann Liebert, (2159 bytes) (2017-02-23)
  • Researchers design facial recognition system as less invasive way to track lemur - George Washington University (2831 bytes) (2017-02-21)
  • Professors build AI to help autonomous vehicles locate themselves on maps - New York University (5229 bytes) (2017-02-17)
  • Could Artificial Intelligence Hold The Key To Predicting Earthquakes? - Johnson (2037 bytes) (2017-02-17)
  • New reliable technique to track web users across browsers - Lehigh University (3120 bytes) (2017-02-16)
  • Computational methods applied to big datasets are compelling tools for historica - Max Planck Institute for the Science of (4554 bytes) (2017-02-16)
  • Towards equal access to digital coins - University of Luxembourg (4465 bytes) (2017-02-16)
  • 7 features Linux could borrow from other systems - Bryan Lunduke (5138 bytes) (2017-02-16)
  • How machine learning is changing crime-solving tactics - Syracuse University (3532 bytes) (2017-02-13)
  • A new open source dataset links human motion and language - Mary Ann Liebert, Inc (2148 bytes) (2017-02-13)
  • The Internet and your brain are more alike than you think - Salk Institute (4621 bytes) (2017-02-10)
  • Modifying the p~pmiddle endp~p of a popular compiler yields more-efficient paral - Larry Hardesty (8770 bytes) (2017-02-09)
  • Will Algorithms Erode Our Decision-Making Skills? - Cecilia Mazanec (4910 bytes) (2017-02-09)
  • How to improve data management in the supercomputers of the future - Carlos III University of Madrid (2835 bytes) (2017-02-08)
  • When datap~ps deep, dark places need to be illuminated - University of Texas at Austin (15539 bytes) (2017-02-08)
  • Computational methods applied to big datasets are compelling tools for historica - Johann (5988 bytes) (2017-02-08)

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