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Sensors can tap into mobile vibrations to listen remotely, researchers say |  Penn State University

Sensors can tap into mobile vibrations to listen remotely, researchers say | Penn State University

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pennsylvania — Using a standard automotive radar sensor and a new processing approach, Penn State researchers have demonstrated that they can detect vibrations from a cellphone earpiece and decipher what the person on the other side of the call was saying. with up to 83% accuracy. The demonstration, available in the Proceedings of …

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Argonne researchers work on preparing PETSc for the nation's exascale supercomputers

Argonne researchers work on preparing PETSc for the nation’s exascale supercomputers

October 5, 2022 — Junchao Zhang, a software engineer at the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Argonne National Laboratory, leads a team of researchers working on preparing PETSc (Portable, Extensible Toolkit for Scientific Computation) for exascale supercomputers nationwide—including Aurora, the exascale system slated for deployment at the Argonne Leadership Computing Facility (ALCF), a DOE Office …

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ASU researchers' findings on Alzheimer's disease presented at annual conference - The Arizona State Press

ASU researchers’ findings on Alzheimer’s disease presented at annual conference – The Arizona State Press

ASU researchers have expanded knowledge about Alzheimer’s disease and how to prevent it, from vitamin-like supplementation and aerobic exercise to intervening in disease progression, to improving the mental health of those caring for people with it. To share their findings on Alzheimer’s disease, a progressive and irreversible neurological disorder and the most common form of …

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Vulnerability tricks researchers into mimicking old threats |  Digital trends

Vulnerability tricks researchers into mimicking old threats | Digital trends

Cybersecurity researchers have discovered a new zero-day vulnerability that has surfaced in Microsoft’s Exchange mail servers and has already been exploited by bad actors. The as-yet-unnamed vulnerability has been detailed by cybersecurity provider GTSC, although information about the exploit is still being collected. It is considered a zero-day vulnerability due to the fact that public …

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Researchers create device to streamline links between ultra-cold and room-temperature computers

Researchers create device to streamline links between ultra-cold and room-temperature computers

Many advanced technologies operate at incredibly low temperatures. Superconducting microprocessors and quantum computers promise to revolutionize computing, but scientists must keep them just above absolute zero (-459.67° Fahrenheit) to protect their delicate states. Yet ultra-cold components must interface with room-temperature systems, presenting both a challenge and an opportunity for engineers. An international team of scientists, …

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Peking University Researchers Open-Source "CircuitNet", a Dataset for Machine Learning Applications in Electronic Design Automation (EDA)

Peking University Researchers Open-Source “CircuitNet”, a Dataset for Machine Learning Applications in Electronic Design Automation (EDA)

Electronic design automation (EDA), often known as computer-aided design (CAD), is a class of software tools used to create electronic systems such as integrated circuits (ICs). EDA tools allow designers to create a design for large-scale integrated (VLSI) chips with billions of transistors. Due to the size and complexity of today’s electronic systems, EDA tools …

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Mobile Phone Accessibility: Improving, But Gaps Remain, ACCP Researchers Say

Researchers from the Center for Advanced Communications Policy recently released their 2022 accessibility report for mobile phones. Researchers from the Center for Advanced Communications Policy recently released their 2022 accessibility report for mobile phones. Mobile phones are becoming more accessible, but shortcomings remain, including fewer features for people with cognitive impairments, emerging issues like vehicle …

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