New Jersey Governor Considers 5-Year Extension of Internet Gambling

TRENTON, NJ (AP) A bill a expand Internet gambling in New Jersey it is in the hands of Governor Phil Murphy for another five years, following its approval on Friday by the state legislature. The measure passed the state Assembly and Senate with minimal opposition from lawmakers, and is now moving to action by the … Read more

We’re on the verge of the biggest changes in computing’s DNA, and it’s not just quantum that’s coming

Read more: The future of CPUs Computers are built around logic: performing mathematical operations using circuits. The logic is built around things like Adders, not the snake; the basic circuit that adds two numbers. This is as true of today’s microprocessors as it is of all those dating back to the very beginning of computing … Read more

Can NASA’s solar storm studies avert the ‘internet apocalypse’?

The emergence of an imminent solar storm has brought with it the remote possibility that within the next decade, people on Earth could be without Internet access for months. If the Internet fails on such a large scale, the consequences could be devastating causing billions of dollars of losses per day to the US economy … Read more

11 executives making waves in cloud computing for 2023

Storing and organizing data and disseminating information within organizations are critical functions of many industries. Modern technology has brought advancements such as cloud computing services, enabling various industries to store, protect, back up and disseminate information efficiently. Today, cloud computing it is available and suitable for other industries to carry out various missions and operations. … Read more

HWUM partners with Hayat Technologies for the 2023 Annual Computing/Data Challenge

Heriot-Watt University Malaysia (HWUM), in partnership with Data Science and Artificial Intelligence solutions expert Hayat Technologies, recently launched the Annual Computing/Data Challenge 2023 (AC/DC 23) to advance data science and computer science among students. This collaboration is further strengthened by the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed between HWUM and Hayat in July last year which … Read more

New Jersey Casinos Want 10 More Years of Internet Gambling, But NJ Could Approve Only 2 More

TRENTON, NJ (AP) New Jersey casinos want to expand the nation’s top Internet gambling market for another 10 years, but state lawmakers could only approve it for two more years. A state assembly committee on Tuesday passed a bill that would originally have allowed gambling in online casinos until 2033. But the committee changed it … Read more

The Revolutionary Impact of Quantum Computing on Business Success

Today’s businesses are always looking for new ways to improve their operations and gain a competitive edge in the marketplace. Quantum computing is a technology that could significantly alter established markets. Because quantum computers can solve problems exponentially faster than traditional computers, they have the potential to completely transform business models and value chains, leading … Read more

The United States will spend $42 billion to make Internet access universal by 2030

WASHINGTON, June 26 (Reuters) – The White House on Monday split $42 billion among the nation’s 50 U.S. states and territories to make access to high-speed broadband universal by 2030, launching a new ad campaign for economic policies of President Joe Biden. Funding under the Broadband Equity Access and Deployment program was authorized under the … Read more

Nelson honored with NSF CAREER Award in Human-Centered Computing

Alexander Nelson, assistant professor of computer science and computer engineering, received the CAREER award from the Human-Centered Computing program of the National Science Foundation’s Division of Information and Intelligent Systems. This is the most prestigious award presented by the foundation to support young faculty who demonstrate the most effective integration … Read more

The internet isn’t totally weird yet; AI can fix it

The Internet is descending into a hurricane of AI-generated nonsense, and no one knows how to stop it. That’s the sobering possibility presented in a couple of papers examining AI models trained on AI-generated data. This possibly avoidable fate is nothing new to AI researchers. But these two new findings bring to the fore some … Read more