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Password data promise future applications

Researchers from Carnegie Mellon University and Stanford University have created a breakthrough method that will allow researchers to safely study cyber security protocols using Yahoo! data.

Carnegie Mellon’s Pokerbot models asymmetric data

Carnegie Mellon University’s Pokerbot has won first place at the Annual Computer Poker Competition in the total bankroll category and third place in the bankroll instant run-off category.

Global market automation hinders or helps?

Student Pugwash is a non-advocacy, educational organization that discusses the implications of science. This article is a summary of last week’s discussion on global economics.

Google Earth builds textured area maps

This week's How Things Work discusses how Google Earth operates by compiling satellite images and transferring them to your computer.

SciTech Briefs

This week's SciTech Briefs cover Californian gas leaks, individualized memory, Facebook emoticons, a fourth neutrino possibility, bacteria that can incorporate virus RNA, and manatees in Florida.

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