Your smart speaker data is used in ways you might not expect

Smart speakers offer amazing convenience—from playing your favorite tunes to re-ordering toilet paper—with only a simple voice command. But that convenience can come with a steep cost in privacy that many consumers aren't ...

Machine learning & AI

Why we trust calculators more than AI

Artificial intelligence may seem similar to a calculator but the relationship of humans with the former is not as serene as with the latter. We trust the results of computers, even if we don't know exactly how it can arrive ...

Computer Sciences

Math primes high-performance computing for the age of AI

Increasing traffic congestion in the Seattle area is a good analogy for a similar increase in congestion on high-performance computing (HPC) systems, according to scientists at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL).


Smart window—augmented reality for tomorrow's ship management

The precisely transmitted image of the quay wall on the ship's window of the steering bridge, provided with some additional information, for example on current conditions and mooring possibilities—even in fog, darkness ...

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