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Is A (Nearly) Zero-Cost Model Plausible for Science and Engineering Programs?
Is A (Nearly) Zero-Cost Model Plausible for Science and Engineering Programs?
05.27.2020

Is a skill-based, multi-level win-win, and (almost) zero-cost model for undergraduate science and engineering programs in a research university plausible?

The World's Largest Commercial Cylindrical Slide Rule has a Scale Length of 24m
The World's Largest Commercial Cylindrical Slide Rule has a Scale Length of 24m
05.13.2020

The world's largest mass-produced cylindrical slide rules come from Loga-Calculator AG in Zurich/Uster, Switzerland.

Hacking the Axis
Hacking the Axis
05.07.2020

The role of early high-performance computing capabilities in World War II.

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Watson's Creator Wants to Teach AI a New Trick: Common Sense
Watson's Creator Wants to Teach AI a New Trick: Common Sense
05.28.2020

David Ferrucci built a computer that mastered Jeopardy!  Since then …

Cellphone Data Helps Track Mobility Patterns During Social Distancing
Cellphone Data Helps Track Mobility Patterns During Social Distancing
05.28.2020

Researchers in Colorado used cellphone data to estimate how much …

Microsoft to Adapt Its Cloud Software for Healthcare Industry
Microsoft to Adapt Its Cloud Software for Healthcare Industry
05.28.2020

Microsoft plans to launch a version of its cloud-based software …

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Hiring from the Autism Spectrum
06.01.2020
Hiring from the Autism Spectrum

Companies increasingly are looking to hire people who are on the autism spectrum to fill IT roles.

Seeing Through Walls
06.01.2020
Seeing Through Walls

Artificial intelligence makes sense of radio signals to understand what someone in another room is doing.

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