Claire Quimosing

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Quipper Is a Language To Program the Nearing Quantum Computing Future

We're circled back to the beginning of computing, which means creating everything again. NBD.<p>We like to talk about <i>universality</i> and <i>portability</i> in computer science. Alan Turing gave us his Turing Machine and, with it, the concept of Turing completeness. A complete programming language is capable of …

Ada Lovelace: STEM Jedi and inventor of computer programming

Ada Lovelace was truly The Chosen One of the 19th century tech world.<p>In this installment of WTF History, we dive into the world of this high society …

The Fire Hose

It gave Victoria Tran confidence and a possible career path. It’s giving Joey Cannon the opportunity he has long wanted. They’re among the high …

MIT's Computer Program Fixes Old Code Way Faster Than Humans Can

What would take three months for humans requires just one day for Helium.<p>Software is an ever-evolving process, something we're reminded of every time we have to download a new update of an app. But an update is not an overhaul, and over time, updating features without working on the program's core …

There’s now a computer program that lets you control someone else’s face

In the prophetic 1997 film “Face/Off,” John Travolta figures that the only way to avoid going back to prison was to surgically replace his face with that of Nicolas Cage’s. Although medical science has not really gotten to the point where that isn’t still completely laughable, a new technology out …

Stanford University

Absolutely fabulist: The computer program that writes fables

It might be a long way from "A Tale of Two Cities", but researchers at Australia's University of New South Wales have developed a computer program that is capable of writing its own fables.<p>The Moral Storytelling System, known as MOSS, has been developed by Margaret Sarlej, a PhD candidate at the …