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ChatGPT in Computer Science Education
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ChatGPT in Computer Science Education

Asked "How will ChatGPT influence computer science education?" teachers barely addressed the threats it poses.

Evaluating Research Results for Practical Applications
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Evaluating Research Results for Practical Applications

The role of the application of research results in assessing the achievements of scientists.

Large Language Models like ChatGPT say The Darnedest Things
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Large Language Models like ChatGPT say The Darnedest Things

ChatGPT makes the same kinds of mistakes its predecessors did. What can and should we do about it?

The ChatAlgebra Educational Revolution
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The ChatAlgebra Educational Revolution

We need a ChatAlgebra revolution to reduce the gatekeeping role of the traditional Algebra course, to ameliorate the student suffering associated with the traditional...

What to Expect When You're Expecting ... GPT-4
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What to Expect When You're Expecting ... GPT-4

What comes after ChatGPT? Seven predictions for 2023.

Is Computing Innovation Getting Harder?
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Is Computing Innovation Getting Harder?

Many of us, inside the ivory tower and outside, have felt at times that research is not quite delivering at the rate we hope it would.

Is ChatGPT Really a 'Code Red' for Google Search?
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Is ChatGPT Really a 'Code Red' for Google Search?

Maybe not.

Inorganic Growth In Tech: Getting Shredded with Acquisitions
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Inorganic Growth In Tech: Getting Shredded with Acquisitions

Acquisitions happen quite often in the tech industry and are far more complicated to pull off successfully than popping a pill.

5 Best Practices for Cloud-Based Backup and Recovery in 2023
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5 Best Practices for Cloud-Based Backup and Recovery in 2023

These practices help technical professionals ensure their organizations' data is protected and can be recovered quickly.

Observation of Bias
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Observation of Bias

It may not be that obvious, but it's observable.

What Do ChatGPT and AI-based Automatic Program Generation Mean for the Future of Software
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What Do ChatGPT and AI-based Automatic Program Generation Mean for the Future of Software

ChatGPT is game-changing, the kind of thing that you witness once in a generation.

The Key to Successful Threat Intelligence
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The Key to Successful Threat Intelligence

A modern Information Security perspective.

How to Teach
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How to Teach

Make technology boon, not bane.

Did Grace Hopper Create the First Compiler?
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Did Grace Hopper Create the First Compiler?

Heinz Rutishauser (ETH Zurich, Switzerland) is regarded as the developer of automatic programming.

On the Evolution of Languages: Natural, Mathematical, and Computational
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On the Evolution of Languages: Natural, Mathematical, and Computational

Comparing the evolution of natural languages, which are used by people all over the world, with two artificial languages: the language of mathematics and programing...

How do Authors' Perceptions about their Papers Compare with Co-Authors' Perceptions and Peer-Review Decisions?
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How do Authors' Perceptions about their Papers Compare with Co-Authors' Perceptions and Peer-Review Decisions?

Does peer review change authors' perception of their own papers?

Can Transaction Costs Explain Scale-Free Networks Born by Preferential Attachment?
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Can Transaction Costs Explain Scale-Free Networks Born by Preferential Attachment?

Centralization leads to more efficient communication and control, which leads to lower transaction costs, which increases the useful work each node can spend on...

Early Computers in Continental Europe
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Early Computers in Continental Europe

About the Bark (binär automatisk relä-kalkylator, binary automatic relay computer) and Besk (binär elektronisk sekvens kalkylator, binary electronic sequential...

Statement Considered Harmful
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Statement Considered Harmful

Instructions are not statements.
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