Social networking, sophisticated imaging, and dual-use technologies promise improved disaster management, but they must be adopted by governments and aid agencies if more lives are to be saved in the wake of crises.
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A year-long celebration of the life and work of a man whom many call the founding father of computer science.
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ACM joined forces with the British Computer Society to deliver its first academic research conference in Europe.
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