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Computing Archive

  • Part II: A Failure of Intelligence

    Prominent physicist Freeman Dyson recalls the time he spent developing analytical methods to help the British Royal Air Force bomb German targets during World War II.


  • Moving Beyond YouTube

    A collection of online editing applications lets people do more than just watch and share video.


  • A Better Liquid-Explosives Detector

    The same technology used in TNT detectors in Iraq is being adapted for airport security to sniff out liquid-bomb-making materials.


  • The Problem with Programming

    Bjarne Stroustrup, the inventor of the C++ programming language, defends his legacy and examines what’s wrong with most software code.


  • A First: Directing Heat in Solids

    A device that controls the direction of heat flow could one day have valuable uses in microelectronics and energy-efficient buildings.


  • Robotic Recovery

    Researchers have built a self-aware robot that can spot damage and make allowances.


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