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ISSN (Online) 1530-2180
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  • A conversation with Danish Contractor
    • Authors: Bushra Anjum
      Abstract: In this series of interviews with innovation leaders, Ubiquity Associate Editor and software engineer, Dr. Bushra Anjum sits down with Danish Contractor, a senior artificial intelligence researcher at IBM Research India. Contractor discusses his work advancing question-answering systems and chatbots for complex human interaction.
      PubDate: Wed, 01 Jan 20190927 00:00:00
  • How to do a naked presentation
    • Authors: Philip Yaffe
      Abstract: Each "Communication Corner" essay is self-contained; however, they build on each other. For best results, before reading this essay and doing the exercise, go to the first essay "How an Ugly Duckling Became a Swan," then read each succeeding essay. A "naked" presentation solely relies upon good storytelling. Learn how to enrapture an audience without the use of visual aids.
      PubDate: Sat, 01 Jan 20190918 00:00:00
  • Students tackle the routing problem for in-traffic emissions tests
    • Authors: Walter Tichy
      Abstract: Vehicle emissions tests used to be done entirely in the laboratory. However, certain car manufacturers cheated on those tests. In response, the European Union introduced emissions tests in real traffic. To make such tests meaningful, they must be performed on routes that meet certain criteria, such as the difference in elevation between start and end points and the proportion of urban and country roads. Finding suitable routes is a complex search problem. Undergraduate students from Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany, developed the first fully automatic solution for finding such routes. In this interview, they share how they did it.
      PubDate: Fri, 01 Jan 20190821 00:00:00
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