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  • A smartphonep~ps camera and flash could help people measure blood oxygen - University of Washington (6540 bytes) (2022-09-21)
  • New method to identify symmetries in data using Bayesian statistics - Osaka Metropolitan University (2296 bytes) (2022-09-21)
  • A new neuromorphic chip for AI on the edge - University of California - San Diego (9591 bytes) (2022-09-21)
  • What Makes Quantum Computing So Hard to Explain? - Scott Aaronson (10138 bytes) (2022-09-15)
  • A Father-Son Team Solves a Geometry Problem With Infinite Folds - Rachel Crowell (8122 bytes) (2022-09-15)
  • New stable quantum batteries can reliably store energy - Institute for Basic Science (5480 bytes) (2022-09-15)
  • Scientists see spins in a 2D magnet - Columbia University (3738 bytes) (2022-09-15)
  • Using AI to train teams of robots to work together - University of Illinois Grainger College (2957 bytes) (2022-08-15)
  • Deep learning for new alloys - University of Texas at Austin (5971 bytes) (2022-07-29)
  • The best semiconductor of them all? - Massachusetts Institute of Technology (7123 bytes) (2022-07-29)
  • Quantum digits unlock more computational power with fewer quantum particles - University of Innsbruck (2854 bytes) (2022-07-29)
  • Using AI to train teams of robots to work together - University of Illinois Grainger College (2957 bytes) (2022-07-29)
  • Low-performing computer science students face wide array of struggles - University of California - San Diego (5378 bytes) (2022-03-29)
  • Two Chinese teams claim to have reached primacy with quantum computers - Bob Yirka (2450 bytes) (2022-03-29)
  • Studies examine effects of Californiap~ps push for computer science education - University of Illinois at Urbana-Champa (6043 bytes) (2022-03-29)
  • Using Artificial Intelligence To Find Anomalies Hiding in Massive Datasets in Re - Adam Zewe (6211 bytes) (2022-03-29)
  • Quantum physics sets a speed limit to electronics - Vienna University of Technology (4613 bytes) (2022-03-29)
  • Intel’s European expansion will solidify future chip supply chain - Jon Gold (3665 bytes) (2022-03-29)
  • Four-day workweek’s popularity grew during the pandemic — survey - Matthew Finnegan (7143 bytes) (2022-03-29)
  • Noteworthy tech acquisitions 2022 - Charlotte Trueman (28206 bytes) (2022-03-29)
  • With work-life ‘integration,’ say goodbye to the 9-5 workday - Lucas Mearian (14922 bytes) (2022-03-29)
  • Making Computation Come Alive at MIT: Using Computational Techniques To Solve Re - Adam Zewe (8328 bytes) (2022-03-06)
  • MIT Develops New Programming Language for High-Performance Computers - Steve Nadis (5450 bytes) (2022-03-06)
  • A Security Technique To Fool Would-Be Cyber Attackers – Method Safeguards a Comp - Adam Zewe (6810 bytes) (2022-03-06)
  • Now that computers connect us all, for better and worse, what’s next? - Matthew Hutson (35546 bytes) (2022-03-06)
  • Data science education lacks a much-needed focus on ethics - Beth Daley (3965 bytes) (2022-03-06)
  • Stereotypes about girls dissuade many from careers in computer science - University of Houston (6393 bytes) (2022-03-06)
  • Dominant Crypto Platforms Reluctant to Ban Russian Users - Mark Tyson (1667 bytes) (2022-03-06)
  • What Makes Quantum Computing So Hard to Explain? - Emily Buder/Quanta Magazine (10118 bytes) (2022-03-06)
  • Russia blocks access to Facebook, Twitter, foreign news outlets - Sergiu Gatlan (3204 bytes) (2022-03-06)
  • Apple, Google, Microsoft, and Mozilla aim for a more consistent web - jonny evans (2421 bytes) (2022-03-06)
  • How to make a p~pcomputerp~p out of liquid crystals - University of Chicago (4864 bytes) (2022-03-06)
  • Unlocking new doors to artificial intelligence - Lauren Hinkel (7078 bytes) (2022-03-06)
  • Entanglement unlocks scaling for quantum machine learning - Los Alamos National Laboratory (2518 bytes) (2022-03-06)
  • CES 2022 will return to Las Vegas, but with a twist - here’s what to expect - Joel Khalili (4881 bytes) (2021-11-13)
  • i-Cave: The future of moving forward - Eindhoven University of Technology (9580 bytes) (2021-11-13)
  • New feature adaptation of Github Discussions - Shinshu University (2099 bytes) (2021-11-13)
  • A neural network-based optimization technique inspired by the principle of annea - Ingrid Fadelli (6891 bytes) (2021-11-13)
  • Real-time video of scenes hidden around corners is now possible - Eric Hamilton (6359 bytes) (2021-11-13)
  • Teaching robots to think like us - American Institute of Physics (2548 bytes) (2021-11-13)
  • When algorithms get creative - University of Bern (3534 bytes) (2021-11-13)

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