Madrid Begins Electric Bike Sharing
IEEE Spectrum, 2 hours ago
IT is bane and salvation of the latest bike-sharing program
Can Computing Keep up With the Neuroscience Data Deluge?
IEEE Spectrum, 2 hours ago
When an imaging run generates 1 terabyte of data, analysis becomes the problem
Red Planet Seeks a Better Data Plan
IEEE Spectrum, 2 hours ago
NASA requests proposals for commercial Mars communications network
Can Winograd Schemas Replace Turing Test for Defining Human-Level AI?
IEEE Spectrum, 2 hours ago
The Turing Test is a flawed metric for AI, and now we''ve got something better
San Diego Comic-Con: Where Tech Goes Pop
IEEE Spectrum, 2 hours ago
How science and engineering are shaping entertainment
Cars May Think, But Will They Achieve Artificial Stupidity?
IEEE Spectrum, 2 hours ago
Would we even want a machine that emulated the typical driver''s strengths-and weaknesses?
RadioShack to Sell Kits for IoT Connectivity
IEEE Spectrum, 2 hours ago
NYC startup LittleBits wades into the Internet of Things
World War I: The War of the Inventors
IEEE Spectrum, July 28, 2014
Many of the Great War's technologies were conceived earlier, but the rigors of battle accelerated their development
A Fictional Compression Metric Moves Into the Real World
IEEE Spectrum, July 28, 2014
The Weissman Score, a compression algorithm metric created for HBO''s Silicon Valley, is making its way into the real world
U.S. State Department Global Passport, Visa Issuing Operations Disrupted
IEEE Spectrum, July 28, 2014
Computer problems could create backlog of hundreds of thousands of applicants
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