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'Turtle Mike' Bridges Communications Systems
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'Turtle Mike' Bridges Communications Systems

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security is field testing a public safety platform, nicknamed Turtle Mike, that supports both broadband and land mobile radio communications...

IT Talent Shortage: Ugly Truths
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IT Talent Shortage: Ugly Truths

One problem exacerbating the IT talent shortage is that IT leaders are treating their workers as disposable commodities rather than as assets who can take decades...

Cybersecurity Innovations on View at R&D Showcase
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Cybersecurity Innovations on View at R&D Showcase

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security S&T Directorate will unveil more than 40 technologies, tools, and techniques designed to bolster the cybersecurity of...

Cybersecurity Skills Need Boost in Computer Science Degrees
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Cybersecurity Skills Need Boost in Computer Science Degrees

U.K. computer science programs are not doing enough to develop students' skills in cybersecurity, according to a new paper from the Council of Professors and Heads...

Researchers Estimate Air Pollution From Online Posts
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Researchers Estimate Air Pollution From Online Posts

University of Wisconsin-Madison computer science researchers have developed a method for using social media posts to estimate air pollution levels with significant...

A Revolution in Higher Education
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A Revolution in Higher Education

Sanjay Sarma is investigating how online coursework enhances lecture-based learning and the implications for higher education.

Sonar-Assisted Human Navigation
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Sonar-Assisted Human Navigation

An interdisciplinary team of students and professors have developed a novel way to help the visually impaired.

Using Wikipedia to Forecast Diseases
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Using Wikipedia to Forecast Diseases

Scientists can monitor and forecast diseases around the globe more effectively by analyzing views of Wikipedia articles.

MIT MOOC Makes an Impact in the Classroom
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MIT MOOC Makes an Impact in the Classroom

The incorporation of material from a massive open online course (MOOC) into a traditional lecture-based MIT course changed and enhanced both the students' and the...

Window Washing Skills Beyond a Robot's Reach
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Window Washing Skills Beyond a Robot's Reach

As a pair of window washers clung to a scaffold dangling outside the 68th floor of 1 World Trade Center on Wednesday, the captivating drama left some below wondering...

Google's Larry Page: The Most Ambitious CEO in the Universe
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Google's Larry Page: The Most Ambitious CEO in the Universe

As Google's core business continues to thrive, Larry Page is making huge bets on new technology—ingestible nanoparticles, balloons that beam down broadband—that...

Google Boosts Turing Award Computing Prize to $1 Million
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Google Boosts Turing Award Computing Prize to $1 Million

There's no Nobel prize for computer science, but after a grant from Google, the top award in the field now just as lucrative.

Recommendation Theory
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Recommendation Theory

MIT researchers introduce a model for online recommendation systems.

Joint Effort Nabs Next Wave of US Supercomputers
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Joint Effort Nabs Next Wave of US Supercomputers

Once locked in an arms race with each other for the fastest supercomputers, US national laboratories are now banding together to buy their next-generation machines...

Wearable Tech Alerts Soldiers and Civilians of Risks
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Wearable Tech Alerts Soldiers and Civilians of Risks

A wearable system under development by the University at Buffalo and Sentient Science will provide personalized health alerts to troops and civilian.

This Startup Is Turning the Human Body Into a Next Gen Design Platform
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This Startup Is Turning the Human Body Into a Next Gen Design Platform

The story of this startup begins with a murder.

Weapons Directed by Robots, Not Humans, Raise Ethical Questions
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Weapons Directed by Robots, Not Humans, Raise Ethical Questions

On a bright fall day last year off the coast of Southern California, an Air Force B-1 bomber launched an experimental missile that may herald the future of warfare...

Power API to Help Standardize Supercomputer Power and Energy Systems
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Power API to Help Standardize Supercomputer Power and Energy Systems

To help moderate the energy needs of power-hungry supercomputers, Sandia National Labs has released the Power API with the goal of standardizing measurement and...

One-Hundred Supercomputers Later, Los Alamos Still Pushes the HPC Curve
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One-Hundred Supercomputers Later, Los Alamos Still Pushes the HPC Curve

Los Alamos National Laboratory has deployed 100 supercomputers in the last 60 years as part of its national security mission.
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