A photo marks my place, then and now
"LIBS: A Bioelectrical Sensing System from Human Ears for Staging Whole-Night Sleep Study" provides a nice balance in terms of minimizing the burden on users and the granularity at which we can automatically track various measures of sleep.
We explore a new form of wearable systems, called LIBS, that can continuously record biosignals such as brain wave, eye movements, and facial muscle contractions, with high sensitivity and reliability.
"Where Did I Leave My Keys?" by Checkoway et al. reports on the amazing independent reconstruction of a backdoor, discovered in the firmware of a VPN router commonly used to secure access to corporate intranets.
In this paper, we describe the results of a full independent analysis of the ScreenOS randomness and VPN key establishment protocol subsystems, which we carried out in response to the Juniper Dual Elliptic Curve incident.
Skill recommendations must be provided when users need them most, without being obtrusive or distracting.
Simplicity, small size, portability, and embeddability set Lua apart from other scripting languages.
Dependency management is a crucial part of system and software design.
New challenges in architecture, system software, and application technologies must be addressed to help develop next-generation exascale supercomputing systems.
China's online video industry has as many similarities as differences with the U.S.
Financial technology, or fintech, is a fast-evolving field that has reshaped the financial industry.
The development and popularization of cloud computing, especially in emerging domains, brings great convenience and also poses new challenges.
Interactive video games, which support various forms of collaboration and confrontation among gamers, create an obsessive stickiness.
A survey of China's data trading and sharing markets.
Despite China's massive market and bountiful opportunities for computing careers, Chinese corporations face great obstacles in attracting high-tech talent.
Unique historical, socioeconomic, and political conditions have created a distinctive path for China's rapid integration of computing and technology into its economy and society.
In addition to government-supported academic research, China's technical giants, such as Baidu, Alibaba, Tencent, and Huawei, are actively investing in AI research and related development.
There are two major challenges to achieving secure quantum cryptography over long distances.
China plans to become the world's high-tech leader, and quickly.