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MIT Researchers Say Mobile Voting App is Rife with Vulnerabilities

Massachusetts Institute of Technology researchers found the mobile voting Voatz app piloted in the U.S. contains bugs that hackers could exploit to alter, block, or expose how users are voting. The Voatz platform combines biometrics like cellphone-based facial recognition and … Seguir leyendo

Publicado en Ciencia y programación

AI Shortcuts Speed Simulations Billions of Times

Researchers led by the University of Oxford in the U.K. used artificial intelligence to generate accurate machine learning emulator algorithms for accelerating simulations billions of times, for all scientific disciplines. The neural network-based emulators absorb the inputs and outputs of … Seguir leyendo

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White House Earmarks New Money for AI and Quantum Computing

White House officials have proposed boosting federal funding for developing artificial intelligence (AI) and quantum computing, which defense officials believe will be critical to future national security. The plan would raise funding for AI research at the U.S. Defense Advanced … Seguir leyendo

Publicado en Informática e Internet

Scientists Unraveling Chinese Coronavirus with Unprecedented Speed, Openness

Chinese scientists freely released the genetic sequence of a coronavirus 10 days after the first reported case, to help researchers worldwide better understand and combat the pathogen. After the disclosure, Purdue University’s Andrew Mesecar instructed his laboratory to analyze the … Seguir leyendo

Publicado en Ciencia y programación

The Way You Dance is Unique, and Computers Can Tell It’s You

Researchers at Finland’s University of Jyvaskyla have taught computers to identify individuals by their dance style. Their original intent was to use machine learning and motion-capture technology to determine the musical genre subjects were listening to, based on motion-captured dance … Seguir leyendo

Publicado en Ciencia y programación

Are Your Students Bored? This AI Could Tell You

Researchers at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) and China’s Harbin Engineering University have created an artificial intelligence (AI) system that analyzes students’ emotions based on video recordings of their facial expressions to measure their engagement level … Seguir leyendo

Publicado en Ciencia y programación

Trump Signs Law to Boost Girls’ Access to STEM Education

Late last month, U.S. President Donald J. Trump signed into law the Building Blocks of STEM Act to boost young girls’ access to science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education. Sen. Jacky Rosen (D-NV), who introduced the bill, said she … Seguir leyendo

Publicado en Ciencia y programación