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  Machine learning in industrial control system (ICS) security: current landscape, opportunities and challenges
Koay A., Ko R., Hettema H., Radke K. Journal of Intelligent Information Systems 601-29, 2023.  Type: Article

Today, machine learning (ML) is applied to threat detection and classification problems in the important field of industrial control. This paper reviews different ML papers that apply supervised learning, unsupervised learning, deep learning, and ...

  Trustworthy AI: from principles to practices
Li B., Qi P., Liu B., Di S., Liu J., Pei J., Yi J., Zhou B. ACM Computing Surveys 55(9): 1-46, 2023.  Type: Article, Reviews: (2 of 2)

As computing technology continues to evolve, artificial intelligence (AI) is playing an increasing role in various aspects of our lives. Although AI dates back many decades--I took an AI subject in my university studies, in 1988--only re...

  Data-driven prototyping via natural-language-based GUI retrieval
Kolthoff K., Bartelt C., Ponzetto S. Automated Software Engineering 30(1): 2023.  Type: Article

Reading this paper would leave anyone conflicted. It describes a good contribution ridden with flaws. It is puzzling that the referees and journal editors accepted the paper in its current form. The presentation style is verbose, and some of the l...

  Responsible AI: best practices for creating trustworthy AI systems
Lu Q., Zhu L., Whittle J., Xu X., Pearson, Hoboken ,NJ, 2023. 320 pp.  Type: Book (9780138073923), Reviews: (1 of 2)

Responsible AI: best practices for creating trustworthy AI systems appears to be a comprehensive guide focused on the principles and practices of developing responsible artificial intelligence (AI) systems. The book seems to address the cri...

  Exploring the power of ChatGPT: applications, techniques, and implications
Sarrion E., Apress, New York, NY, 2023. 215 pp.  Type: Book (1484295285)

The enormous power of ChatGPT lies in its ability to generate coherent and contextually relevant responses to user prompts and to engage in conversational interactions. It can understand and generate human-like text in a way that feels natural and...

  Constructed truths: truth and knowledge in a post-truth world
Zoglauer T., Springer International Publishing, Cham, Switzerland, 2023. 162 pp.  Type: Book (3658399414), Reviews: (1 of 2)

Many of us grew up used to having some news sources we could implicitly trust, such as well-positioned newspapers and radio or TV news programs. We knew they would only hire responsible journalists rather than risk diluting public trust and losing...

   Predictive and simulation analytics: deep insights for better business decisions
Paczkowski W., Springer International Publishing, Cham, Switzerland, 2023. 395 pp.  Type: Book (3031318862)

In a world where complexity is increasing by the day, a group of disciplines collectively known as “data science” is becoming more and more important and useful in addressing compelling problems in an increasing number of scientific br...

  A history of fake things on the Internet
Scheirer W., Stanford University Press, Redwood City, CA, 2023. 264 pp.  Type: Book (9781503632882)

With the advent of the Internet, changing perceptions of reality and “fakeness” have impacted user decisions to expose or hide their social identities. The positives of using or working with the Internet encourage real identities, wher...

  Man-made women: the sexual politics of sex dolls and sex robots
Richardson K., Odlind C., Palgrave Macmillan, New York, NY, 2023. 212 pp.  Type: Book (3031193806)

People with unconventional or even perverse desires sometimes search for alternatives to real human beings. This has led to the development of sex dolls and sex robots, referred to as “man-made women” in this book. However alarming, th...

  10 things software developers should learn about learning
Brown N., Hermans F., Margulieux L. Communications of the ACM 6778-87, 2024.  Type: Article

As software developers, we understand the detailed workings of the different components of our computer systems. And--probably due to how computers were presented since their appearance as “digital brains” in the 1940s--we so...

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