Computer Science

Max Planck Innovation awards machine text comprehension technology licence more
3D animation with a conventional camera
The 3D movements of a person can be reconstructed based on the recordings of a smartphone or a webcam more
In principle, almost any encryption key can be broken - all you need is the right computing power. The situation is different, however, with quantum cryptography: messages that are encoded with this method cannot be decrypted without the sender and receiver noticing. Gerd Leuchs is researching this encryption technology of the future. more
Ada Lovelace and the first computer programme in the world
Mathematician Anna Siffert from the Max Planck Institute for Mathematics on why Ada Lovelace is considered the world's first computer programmer more
Reality, realistically augmented
A new augmented reality computer programme can edit colours and materials in video streams in realtime more
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