Babai claims that he has developed an algorithm that evaluates even the trickiest graphs in what's called quasipolynomial time, which computer scientists
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and electrical engineers.
Jain, a computer scientist
at Michigan State University in East Lansing.
To test this sound theory, paleontologist Philip Currie of the Royal Tyrrell Museum in Alberta, Canada, and computer scientist
Nathan Myhrvold (right) of the Microsoft Corporation created computer simulations of dino tails, The simulations would tell them if it was possible for a dino tail to travel faster than sound.
"The problem is that the computer doesn't interpret "00" as the year 2000 but rather 1900, and miscalculates all computations accordingly," explains Gary Fisher, a computer scientist
with National Institute of Standards and Technology, a division of the U.S.
But nearly every computer scientist
will have a different prediction for when and how the singularity will happen.
"Five to 10 years ago, computer scientists
weren't paying attention" to the technology used in voting, notes computer scientist
He's a computer scientist
at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) in Pittsburgh.
Into the Future shows us why we need to be concerned through insights from such prominent information professionals as Tim Berners-Lee, father of the World Wide Web; Peter Norton, founder of Norton Utilities; John Seely Brown, chief scientist at Xerox Corp.; Michael Dertouzos, director of MIT Laboratory for Computer Science; Jeff Rothenberg, senior computer scientist
for RAND Corporation; and Deanna Marcum, president of the Council on Library and Information Resources.
Beyond school, whether a computer scientist
is employed in academia or industry, an interest in social implications of computing must be satisfied outside of working hours, after one's real work is done, if it is to be satisfied at all.
"Our goal was to find out whether Twitter posts could be a useful source of public health information and we determined that indeed they could," Fox News quoted computer scientist
Mark Drezd as saying.