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Programs would sift private data while protecting names.
Better anti-hacking tools attack invaders.
Voice recognition that finally holds up its end of a conversation is revolutionizing customer service. Now the goal is to make natural language the way to find any type of information, anywhere.
Visual fake-out should foil the ‘spambots’ used by junk-mail purveyors.
Software tricks borrowed from the world of particle physics are helping law enforcement agencies sift through mountains of information.
Two-way text messaging, that ubiquitous medium of Web-surfing and cell-phone-toting teens, isn’t just for socializing anymore.
Companies invest in programs that banish bugs.
Software aims for safer bypass operations.
From photocopiers to space probes, machines injected with robotic self-awareness are reliable problem solvers.