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Using Drones to Make Peace, Not War
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Using Drones to Make Peace, Not War

Amin Rigi says drones should be used to save lives, not spy or kill.

Indiana University Launches Complexity Institute
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Indiana University Launches Complexity Institute

The Indiana University Network Science Institute (IUNI) is a $7 million interdisciplinary initiative established on the premise that understanding networks is...

Christine Kenneally's 'Invisible History of the Human Race'
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Christine Kenneally's 'Invisible History of the Human Race'

Of Christine Kenneally’s father’s father—a man neither Kenneally nor her father ever knew, a man who did the deed requisite to reproduction and promptly vanished—she...

'Virtual Internet' Tests Software Solutions for Real World Problems
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'Virtual Internet' Tests Software Solutions for Real World Problems

The Defense Experimental Research project provides an environment for cybersecurity researchers to test technologies to aid the security and resilience of critical...

Google, Oxford University Partner in Artificial Intelligence Research
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Google, Oxford University Partner in Artificial Intelligence Research

Following Google's acquisition of the secretive firm DeepMind, the tech giant has teamed up with Oxford University to research artificial intelligence.

Machine-Learning Maestro Michael Jordan on the Delusions of Big Data and Other Huge Engineering Efforts
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Machine-Learning Maestro Michael Jordan on the Delusions of Big Data and Other Huge Engineering Efforts

The overeager adoption of big data is likely to result in catastrophes of analysis comparable to a national epidemic of collapsing bridges.

Brookhaven Lab Launches Computational Science Initiative
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Brookhaven Lab Launches Computational Science Initiative

Brookhaven National Laboratory is embarking upon a major new Computational Science Initiative that will leverage computational science expertise and investments...

Software Developer Shortage Transcends International Boundaries
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Software Developer Shortage Transcends International Boundaries

There is a global shortage of software developers, especially in the growing health information technology field, and experts say solving the problem will require...

Coming of Age in Cloud Computing
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Coming of Age in Cloud Computing

Cloud computing isn’t merely changing the way much of the technology business works.

U.S. National Security Prosecutors Shift Focus from Spies to Cyber
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U.S. National Security Prosecutors Shift Focus from Spies to Cyber

The U.S. Justice Department is restructuring its national security prosecution team to deal with cyber attacks and the threat of sensitive technology ending up...

Evening the Odds: Technology Helps Blind Student See Math Clearly
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Evening the Odds: Technology Helps Blind Student See Math Clearly

A blind student at Wake Forest University is studying math using enabling technology kludged together by a math professor and an assistive technologies expert.

This Incredible Oculus Sim Lets Soccer Players Relive Games
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This Incredible Oculus Sim Lets Soccer Players Relive Games

For many athletes, watching game film is a necessary chore.

MIT Computer Scientists Can Predict the Price of Bitcoin
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MIT Computer Scientists Can Predict the Price of Bitcoin

A researcher at MIT recently developed a machine-learning algorithm that can predict the price of the infamously volatile cryptocurrency Bitcoin, allowing his...

IBM Struggles to Reinvent Itself in an Age of Cloud
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IBM Struggles to Reinvent Itself in an Age of Cloud

When IBM Corp CEO Ginni Rometty was asked recently for her tips on how to transform companies, she spoke of "relentless reinvention" and not protecting the past...

High-Speed Transatlantic Network to Benefit U.S.-based Collaborators
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High-Speed Transatlantic Network to Benefit U.S.-based Collaborators

A high-speed extension to the U.S. Department of Energy's ESnet will accelerate the exchange of data sets between institutions in the United States and computing...

Apple: Beginning February 2015, App Store Submissions Need to Be 64-Bit
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Apple: Beginning February 2015, App Store Submissions Need to Be 64-Bit

Apple released iOS 8.1 to the public today, but it delivered something else to developers, too.

Wearable Tech Lets Boss Track Your Work, Rest and Play
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Wearable Tech Lets Boss Track Your Work, Rest and Play

Some jobs come with a uniform. For an increasing number of employees, that uniform will soon include a badge that tracks everything they do.

Professor Awarded NSF Grant for Computer Science Curriculum Project
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Professor Awarded NSF Grant for Computer Science Curriculum Project

Caitlin McMunn Dooley of Georgia State University has been awarded a three-year, $1.2 million grant from the U.S. National Science Foundation to develop a curriculum...

Isaac Asimov Mulls 'How Do People Get New Ideas?'
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Isaac Asimov Mulls 'How Do People Get New Ideas?'

In 1959, I worked as a scientist at Allied Research Associates in Boston.
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