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Big Tech Enters Visa Fray to Save Jobs for Spouses of Foreign Workers
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Big Tech Enters Visa Fray to Save Jobs for Spouses of Foreign Workers

Big Tech is wading into a legal fight over visas in an attempt to preserve jobs of spouses of its foreign employees who are working in the U.S.

Creators of Augmented Reality App Invite Time Travel Tour of LA
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Creators of Augmented Reality App Invite Time Travel Tour of LA

Developers of the ReplayAR augmented reality app invite users to time travel through vintage Los Angeles.

It's True. Everyone IS Multitasking on Their Video Calls
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It's True. Everyone IS Multitasking on Their Video Calls

A Microsoft study finds that remote workers multitask more frequently during videoconferences when the group is large and the meeting runs long.

Feedback Algorithm Boosts Design of Magnonic Devices
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Feedback Algorithm Boosts Design of Magnonic Devices

Researchers at the University of Vienna and the University of Kaiserslautern have developed a method to accelerate the design of magnonic devices using a feedback...

DeepMind Wants to Use AI to Transform Soccer
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DeepMind Wants to Use AI to Transform Soccer

Alphabet-owned DeepMind is working with Liverpool to bring computer vision and statistical learning to the high-stakes world of sports.

AI Groups Say They'll Spurn Google Funding
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AI Groups Say They'll Spurn Google Funding

Three groups focused on increasing diversity in artificial intelligence say they will no longer take funding from Google.

IBM's Project CodeNet Aimed at Teaching AI to Code
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IBM's Project CodeNet Aimed at Teaching AI to Code

IBM has announced Project CodeNet, a large open-source dataset that aims to help teach AI how to understand and even write code.

Chinese Team Designs  62-Qubit Quantum Processor
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Chinese Team Designs 62-Qubit Quantum Processor

A research team from the University of Science and Technology of China designed and produced an superconducting qubit array composed of 62 functional qubits, and...

Say What!? AI System Can Detect Sarcasm in Social Media Posts
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Say What!? AI System Can Detect Sarcasm in Social Media Posts

Computer science researchers at the University of Central Florida have developed an artificial intelligence-based sarcasm detector for posts on social media platforms...

Fermilab Exposes Proprietary Data for All to See
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Fermilab Exposes Proprietary Data for All to See

Security researchers of the Sakura Samurai ethical hacking group used multiple unsecured entry points to access data, code, messages, and passwords belonging to...

How a Former Netflix IT Exec Built a Brazen Bribery Scheme
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How a Former Netflix IT Exec Built a Brazen Bribery Scheme

Netflix's former vice president of IT operations faces 20 years in prison for taking more than $500,000 in bribes and kickbacks from technology vendors in exchange...

'Nutty' Professors Develop Machine Vision Almond Grading Machine
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'Nutty' Professors Develop Machine Vision Almond Grading Machine

Researchers at the University of South Australia helped develop an automated system that simultaneously grades almond quality and detects potentially serious contaminants...

Teen's Book Encourages Young Girls to Study Computer Science
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Teen's Book Encourages Young Girls to Study Computer Science

Danielle Park, 15, wrote and self-published her own book on computer science principles and programming aimed at middle and high school students.

Will Exascale Computers Be Able To Work With Petascale Data?
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Will Exascale Computers Be Able To Work With Petascale Data?

George Slota at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute has been granted a National Science Foundation CAREER award to study the complex datasets of modern large-scale...

Myths About Workplace Negotiations
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Myths About Workplace Negotiations

Zero-sum thinking can adversely affect organizations at every level, says Maryland Smith's Rellie Derfler-Rozin, an associate professor at the Robert H. Smith School...

Flexible Nanoribbons Move Graphene Toward Use in Tech Applications
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Flexible Nanoribbons Move Graphene Toward Use in Tech Applications

University of Wisconsin–Madison researchers fabricated graphene into 12-nanometer ribbon structures that exhibit performance close to what's required for telecommunications...

Teens, Tech, and Mental Health: Study Finds No Link
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Teens, Tech, and Mental Health: Study Finds No Link

A study from the University of Oxford and the University of Cambridge finds little evidence for an increased association between adolescents' technology engagement...

Neuromorphic Circuit Simulates Associative Learning
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Neuromorphic Circuit Simulates Associative Learning

Researchers at Northwestern University and the University of Hong Kong have developed a computing device that is capable of learning by association.

There Are More Developers in the World Than Ever Before
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There Are More Developers in the World Than Ever Before

A meteoric rise in the number of active software developers brings the current worldwide total to around 24.3 million, according to 20th edition of SlashData's...
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