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Neural Network Poetry Is So Bad We Think It’s Written by Humans

A neural network trained on poetry has attempted to write its own lines that mimic certain forms of verse. Its best efforts can convince people they are reading the words of a human poet. The poetic bot was developed by … Seguir leyendo

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Russian Students Dominate at the Computer Programming Olympics

Russian and Chinese student teams won most of the top spots in the 41st annual ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest (ICPC) World Finals in May, and their lower-ranked U.S. counterparts attribute this disparity mainly to the fact the winners start … Seguir leyendo

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Mathematics Content Writer (Spanish) – Job vacancy

Nagwa, an EdTech startup company in the field of mathematics education based in Windsor, UK, announces a new vacancy for a (native Spanish speaker) candidate with a PhD in mathematics. The job title is “Mathematics Content Writer (Spanish)” and the … Seguir leyendo

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Jean Sammet, Co-Designer of a Pioneering Computer Language, Dies at 89

Software engineer Jean E. Sammet, who co-designed the Common Business Oriented Language (COBOL) and was elected the first female president of the ACM in 1974, passed away on May 20 at the age of 89. Sammet achieved a level of … Seguir leyendo

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An Algorithm Summarizes Lengthy Text Surprisingly Well

Researchers at Salesforce have developed an algorithm that applies machine-learning techniques to accurately and coherently condense lengthy textual documents, technology which could impact fields such as law, medicine, and scientific research. The algorithm blends various strategies, including supervised learning, by … Seguir leyendo

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Flexible tactile sensor lets robots feel

Researchers at the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) have developed a tactile sensor composed of silicon and carbon materials that can serve as a skin for robots, absorb shocks, and differentiate between various forms of touch. The … Seguir leyendo

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Computers Learn to Cooperate Better Than Humans

Computers have for the first time trained themselves to cooperate in games in which the goal is to achieve the best possible outcome for all players. Brigham Young University professor Jacob Crandall and colleagues brought humans and computers together to … Seguir leyendo

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