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At its most fundamental, computer science is about the search for better algorithms more efficient ways for computers to do things like sort data or filter noise out of digital signals. But most new algorithms are designed to run on serial computers, which process instructions one after another. Retooling them to run on parallel processors is rarely simple.
A new article written by a fellow at Rice University's Baker Institute for Public Policy calls on the intelligence community to jointly create a policy on cybersecurity and determine the degree to which the U.S. should protect intellectual property and national infrastructure of other nations. The author also comments on how aggressive the United States should be in its proactive cyber-spying activities.
In Depth: Why your AVR does more than just amplify your sound
Explained: Networking over power lines is starting to gain momentum
A study reveals the challenges facing mobile payment systems in Third World countries.
Investigadores andaluces crean una plataforma piloto para la toma de decisiones en el ámbito hospitalario
Juan Carlos Pérez, director científico del ITI: “La tecnología de reconocimiento facial, alternativa inmediata a la dactilar"
Operating systems for multicore chips will need more information about their own performance — and more resources for addressing whatever problems arise.
Investigadores de la FIUPM estudian las amenazas a la seguridad y privacidad del formato más popular para la publicación del documento digital