Each Friday, we share a curated list of articles we found during the past week. Here’s the list of the new and interesting ones we found this week. If there’s an article you think we should read, let us know in the comments below.
UPnP flaw exposes millions of network devices to attacks over the Internet – A new exploit takes advantage of the 12-year-old protocol that was designed to make our lives easier.
Novel Error Correction Code Opens a New Approach to Universal Quantum Computing – Reducing errors in quantum computing is one of the biggest challenges facing scientists.
Google Meet takes on Zoom with AI-powered noise cancellation – Google’s AI can remove dog barks, taps, and other background noise in your video chats.
Scientists tap the world’s most powerful computers in the race to stop COVID-19 – A look at how supercomputers are helping model potential coronavirus treatments.
3 Myths That Stop People from Asking for Help at Work – There’s plenty of evidence that shows others are less likely to judge us and more likely to help us than we think.
The world’s first smartwatch had the same issues we have today – Even though the intended use of wearables has changed, they still struggle with battery life and functionality.
We Can Do Better Than Human-Like Hands for Robots – Robotic hands can take advantage of extra degrees of freedom to do all kinds of things human hands can’t.