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Toward deep-learning models that can reason about code more like humans

Whatever business a company may be in, software plays an increasingly vital role, from managing inventory to interfacing with customers. Software developers, as a result, are in greater demand than ever, and that's driving ...

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Virtual humans are equal to real ones in helping people practice new leadership skills

A virtual human can be as good as a flesh-and-blood one when it comes to helping people practice new leadership skills. That's the conclusion from new research published in the journal Frontiers in Virtual Reality that evaluated ...

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eSpine: A technique to increase the usable lifetime of neuromorphic systems

In recent years, engineers worldwide have been trying to develop increasingly advanced and efficient neuromorphic computing systems, devices that mimic the neuro-biological structure of the central nervous system. Due to ...

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People may trust computers more than humans

Despite increasing concern over the intrusion of algorithms in daily life, people may be more willing to trust a computer program than their fellow humans, especially if a task becomes too challenging, according to new research ...

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Resilience against replay attacks in computer systems

From power grids and telecommunications to water supply and financial systems, digital data controls the infrastructure systems on which society relies. These complex, multi-tier systems depend on layered communications to ...