r/science Oct 26 '22 Silver Helpful

Computer Science Study finds Apple Watch blood oxygen sensor is as reliable as ‘medical-grade device’

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21.2k Upvotes

r/science 26d ago

Computer Science One in twenty Reddit comments violates subreddits’ own moderation rules, e.g., no misogyny, bigotry, personal attacks

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r/science Nov 07 '22

Computer Science Ethical analysis of NFTs concludes they currently have no ethical use case or means of implementation

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959 Upvotes

r/science 15d ago

Computer Science Meta AI announced Cicero, the first AI to achieve human-level performance in the strategic board game Diplomacy. It’s a notable achievement because the game requires deep interpersonal negotiation skills, which implies that Cicero has obtained a certain mastery of language necessary to win the game.

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613 Upvotes

r/science 23d ago

Computer Science Computer chip made using mushroom skin could be easily recycled

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1.2k Upvotes

r/science 17d ago

Computer Science Automation drives income inequality. Research quantifies the extent to which automation has contributed to income inequality in the U.S., simply by replacing workers with technology — whether self-checkout machines, call-center systems, or other devices

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132 Upvotes

r/science Oct 29 '22 Wholesome

Computer Science Only 2.6 percent of references in English Wikipedia link to scientific publications. The share of scientific sources may range from 0.3% to 6.6% depending on the language version of Wikipedia.

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908 Upvotes

r/science 8d ago

Computer Science Researchers describe an identity-based approach for protecting world leaders from deep-fake imposters. Trained on several hours of authentic video, this approach captures distinct facial, gestural, and vocal mannerisms that can distinguish a world leader from an impersonator or deep-fake imposter.

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155 Upvotes

r/science 8d ago

Computer Science New harvester amplifies electric power generated from human walking motion by about 90 times. Since the power generation performance can be improved without increasing the device size, the technology is expected to generate power to drive small wearable devices from non-steady vibrations

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r/science 8d ago

Computer Science For the first time, scientists have entangled atoms for use as networked quantum sensors, specifically, atomic clocks and accelerometers

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132 Upvotes

r/science Aug 27 '22 Today I Learned Big Brain Time Wait What? Silver Helpful Wholesome

Computer Science Scientists at Polytechnic University of Lausanne discover vanadium oxide can 'remember' like neurons in a human brain

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r/science 17d ago

Computer Science Despite the web users and the software and application developer's continuous effort to make and keep the IT infrastructure safe by using encryptions, digital signatures or digital certificates, this paper focuses on the problem of phishing and to detect/predict it by using 'machine learning'

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187 Upvotes

r/science 21d ago

Computer Science Mobile devices that use Bluetooth are vulnerable to a glitch that could allow attackers to track a user’s location. Now, researchers have developed a potential solution to combat such a scenario, a new study has found.

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97 Upvotes

r/science Jun 28 '22 Take My Energy Facepalm Doom

Computer Science Robots With Flawed AI Make Sexist And Racist Decisions, Experiment Shows. "We're at risk of creating a generation of racist and sexist robots, but people and organizations have decided it's OK to create these products without addressing the issues."

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r/science 18d ago

Computer Science Mobile devices that use Bluetooth are vulnerable to a glitch that could allow attackers to track a user’s location, new study finds

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51 Upvotes

r/science Aug 18 '22

Computer Science Study finds roughly 1 in 7 Reddit users are responsible for "toxic" content, though 80% of users change their average toxicity depending on the subreddit they posted in. 2% of posts and 6% of comments were classified as "highly toxic".

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r/science Sep 29 '22

Computer Science The very first decentralized Operating System

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352 Upvotes

r/science Sep 01 '22

Computer Science Since Wi-Fi and Bluetooth don’t work underwater, scientists have developed an app for smartphones and watches to communicate underwater: “AcquaApp” uses speaker and microphone to communicate with 240 pre-set messages

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1.2k Upvotes

r/science 25d ago

Computer Science A comparative study of different machine learning methods for dissipative quantum dynamics. The study reveals that if the memory time of a quantum dynamical system under study is known, the models based on KRR (Kernerl Ridge Regression) are the most accurate and then should be preferred.

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r/science Jul 26 '22 Wholesome

Computer Science Robots learn and do more than 20 household tasks by watching and recording humans do these tasks: “Instead of waiting for robots to be programmed to complete tasks before deploying them into people’s homes, this technology allows us to deploy the robots and have them learn how to complete tasks”

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3.8k Upvotes

r/science 18d ago

Computer Science A statistical learning protocol to resolve the morphological complexity of two-dimensional macromolecules. Here, it's presented a statistical learning protocol to resolve the morphological complexity of two-dimensional macromolecules

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r/science Sep 24 '22 Shocked

Computer Science Researchers have installed electronic “brains” (a CMOS semiconductor) on solar-powered robots that are 100 to 250 micrometers in size – smaller than an ant’s head – so that they can walk autonomously without being externally controlled

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598 Upvotes

r/science 3d ago

Computer Science Federated machine learning enables hospitals to collaborate on building accurate models for studying rare cancers while maintaining patient health privacy

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47 Upvotes

r/science May 23 '22 Gold Helpful

Computer Science Scientists have demonstrated a new cooling method that sucks heat out of electronics so efficiently that it allows designers to run 7.4 times more power through a given volume than conventional heat sinks.

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r/science Jul 05 '22 Silver Take My Energy

Computer Science Artificial intelligence (AI) can devise methods of wealth distribution that are more popular than systems designed by people, new research suggests.The AI discovered a mechanism that redressed initial wealth imbalance, sanctioned free riders and successfully won the majority vote.

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4.4k Upvotes