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Has the Olympics changed how it measures false-starts in track?
  1. Has the Olympics changed how it measures false-starts in track?

    A Q&A with a biomechanics expert who has researched reaction times

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  2. Fake news detector algorithm works better than a human

    System sniffs out fakes up to 76 percent of the time.

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  3. $6.25M MURI project will decode world’s most complex networks

    New tools could fight crime, protect financial system

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  4. Benton Harbor partners with U-M researchers to bolster public transit

    Surveys and electronic tracking will help boost transit efforts to connect residents with jobs.

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  5. Computing + data wide across the curriculum

    Rob Rutenbar points out that people need a systematic middle way to take CS “wide” into diverse disciplines.

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  6. “Learning database” speeds queries from hours to seconds

    Verdict can make databases deliver answers more than 200 times faster while maintaining 99 percent accuracy.

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  7. A breakthrough for large scale computing

    New software finally makes ‘memory disaggregation’ practical.

  8. Next-gen computing inspired by biology

    New memristor chips can see patterns over pixels

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