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Hayabusa2 Prepares to Drop Rovers on Asteroid Ryugu
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Hayabusa2 Prepares to Drop Rovers on Asteroid Ryugu

Japan's Hayabusa2 spacecraft is exploring Ryugu, an asteroid thought to contain water ice and other materials from the early solar system.

Trump's Tariffs Won't Bite Apple, Illustrating Tim Cook's Political Sway
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Trump's Tariffs Won't Bite Apple, Illustrating Tim Cook's Political Sway

Apple chief executive Tim Cook has been one of President Trump's staunchest critics in Silicon Valley, opposing the White House on immigration, climate change and...

U.S. Tech Giants Eye AI Key to Unlock China Push
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U.S. Tech Giants Eye AI Key to Unlock China Push

U.S. technology giants, facing tighter content rules in China and the threat of a trade war, are targeting an easier way into the world's second largest economy—artificial...

How America Could Lose the Quantum-Computing Race
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How America Could Lose the Quantum-Computing Race

There's an arms race underway to develop the next generation of computers—known as "quantum" computers—and there's no guarantee that the United States is going...

Computer Science Graduates Make More Money Than Anyone Else in the U.K.
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Computer Science Graduates Make More Money Than Anyone Else in the U.K.

Computer science graduates in the U.K. earn more than any other undergraduate degree holder, and more than five times as much as those with arts degrees, according...

College Students Have Unequal Access to Reliable Technology, Study Finds
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College Students Have Unequal Access to Reliable Technology, Study Finds

U.S. college students of lower socioeconomic status and students of color disproportionately experience difficulty maintaining access to technology, which can lead...

JAXA Wants Telepresence Robots for In-Space Construction and Exploration
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JAXA Wants Telepresence Robots for In-Space Construction and Exploration

Last Monday, we covered the new, updated, and way way better guidelines for the ANA Avatar XPRIZE.

US Takes First Step Toward a Quantum Computing Workforce
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US Takes First Step Toward a Quantum Computing Workforce

Quantum computers promise to transform computer security, finance, and many other fields by solving certain problems far faster than conventional machines.

In 1968, Computers Got Personal: How the 'Mother of All Demos' Changed the World
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In 1968, Computers Got Personal: How the 'Mother of All Demos' Changed the World

On a crisp California afternoon in early December 1968, a square-jawed, mild-mannered Stanford researcher named Douglas Engelbart took the stage at San Francisco's...

Technology Steamlines Computational Science Projects
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Technology Steamlines Computational Science Projects

Oak Ridge National Laboratory Eclipse Integrated Computational Environment helps computational scientists develop software, visualize data, and solve problems. ...

Child Abuse Algorithms: From Science Fiction to Cost-Cutting Reality
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Child Abuse Algorithms: From Science Fiction to Cost-Cutting Reality

Could a computer program flag a problem family, identify a potential victim, and help prevent future incidents of child abuse?

China Calls for Borderless Research to Promote AI Development
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China Calls for Borderless Research to Promote AI Development

A little more than a year ago, China released an aggressive plan to become the world's leading artificial intelligence player. But with its technological dependence...

One Big Reason Why Women Drop Out of Doctoral STEM Programs
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One Big Reason Why Women Drop Out of Doctoral STEM Programs

A new study found that the fewer females who enter a doctoral program at the same time, the less likely any one of them will graduate within six years.

What Worries People about Future Science and Tech Innovations?
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What Worries People about Future Science and Tech Innovations?

Many Americans see the future crowding into the present and some of the innovations ahead unnerve them, especially as they reshape ideas about human dominion.

The Latest Course Catalog Trend? Blockchain 101
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The Latest Course Catalog Trend? Blockchain 101

A growing number of classes and research initiatives on blockchain technology are emerging at universities. Applications for the technology are springing up in...

What Programming Language Skills Do Employers Want?
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What Programming Language Skills Do Employers Want?

What programming language skills do employers want? Online job-search firm Indeed took a look at three months (18 May to 18 August) of 2018 job listings in its...

Enabling 'Internet of Photonic Things' With Miniature Sensors
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Enabling 'Internet of Photonic Things' With Miniature Sensors

A WUSTL team demonstrated "whispering gallery mode" photonic sensor resonators that could find large-scale deployment in the Internet of Things.

Luis von Ahn Awarded $500,000 Lemelson-MIT Prize
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Luis von Ahn Awarded $500,000 Lemelson-MIT Prize

Luis von Ahn, consulting professor of computer science at Carnegie Mellon University and CEO of Duolingo, is the winner of the 2018 $500,000 Lemelson-MIT Prize...

Intel Execs Address the AI Talent Shortage, AI Education, and the 'Cool' Factor 
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Intel Execs Address the AI Talent Shortage, AI Education, and the 'Cool' Factor 

Last week, I sat down with Intel's Gadi Singer, vice president and general manager of artificial intelligence architecture, and Chris Rice, head of AI talent acquisition...
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