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Video Games Are Now So Beautiful Players Are Spending Hours Framing Stunning Works of Internet Art
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Video Games Are Now So Beautiful Players Are Spending Hours Framing Stunning Works of Internet Art

To capture the perfect lighting, Rasmus Furbo directed Spider-Man to crouch on top of a queen-size bed.

Scientists Train a Computer to Classify Breast Cancer Tumors
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Scientists Train a Computer to Classify Breast Cancer Tumors

Researchers at the University of North Carolina used machine learning to train a computer to analyze breast cancer images and then classify the tumors with high...

How Will We Outsmart A.I. Liars?
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How Will We Outsmart A.I. Liars?

During the summer before the 2016 presidential election, John Seymour and Philip Tully, two researchers with ZeroFOX, a security company in Baltimore, unveiled...

The Ingredients Powering the DOD's New Nonlethal Weapons
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The Ingredients Powering the DOD's New Nonlethal Weapons

We may never know whether Cuba attacked American diplomats with microwave weapons—but we do know similar devices exist.

Retailers Partnering With Silicon Valley to Lure Holiday Shoppers Into Stores
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Retailers Partnering With Silicon Valley to Lure Holiday Shoppers Into Stores

Some traditional retailers are partnering with Silicon Valley tech companies to create strategies that they hope will draw consumers into stores during the holiday...

This Company Is Helping Build China's Panopticon. It Won't Stop There 
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This Company Is Helping Build China's Panopticon. It Won't Stop There 

The lobby of SenseTime's Beijing office makes you feel a bit like you've stumbled into a Philip K. Dick novel.

Silicon Valley Wages Have Dropped for All Except Highest-Paying Jobs, Report Says
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Silicon Valley Wages Have Dropped for All Except Highest-Paying Jobs, Report Says

Nine out of every 10 Silicon Valley jobs pays less now than in 1997, despite one of the United States' strongest economic booms and an historically low unemployment...

Engineers Use Game Theory to Quantify Threats of Cyberattacks on Power Grid
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Engineers Use Game Theory to Quantify Threats of Cyberattacks on Power Grid

Iowa State's Manimaran Govindarasu and his research collaborators are developing tools to better assess the threat of cyberattacks on the power grid.

USC Viterbi Announces Partnerships with Code.org and Sesame Workshop
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USC Viterbi Announces Partnerships with Code.org and Sesame Workshop

The USC Viterbi School of Engineering's Adopt-a-School, Adopt-a-Teacher PreK-12 STEM education outreach program has teamed up with Code.org and Sesame Workshop,...

Amazon, Google Poised for Race to Hire High-Tech Talent
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Amazon, Google Poised for Race to Hire High-Tech Talent

Amazon and Google are respectively planning to recruit Microsoft C#- and Java-savvy engineers and Python users in a fierce competition for technology talent.

The Case Against Quantum Computing
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The Case Against Quantum Computing

Quantum computing is all the rage. It seems like hardly a day goes by without some news outlet describing the extraordinary things this technology promises.

AI Summit Addresses Impact of Technology on Jobs and Global Economy
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AI Summit Addresses Impact of Technology on Jobs and Global Economy

Advances in artificial intelligence will not lead to optimal outcomes on their own, said speakers at the second annual summit on "AI and the Future of Work."

Microsoft Announces Female Founders Competition Finalists
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Microsoft Announces Female Founders Competition Finalists

M12, Microsoft's venture fund, announced 10 finalists for the Female Founders Competition, a global search to find and fund innovative female-founded startups....

Playing Catch-Up, Germany Throws Money at AI
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Playing Catch-Up, Germany Throws Money at AI

Germany plans to invest more than 3 billion euros ($3.39 million) by 2025 to beef up its artificial intelligence capabilities and appoint 100 professors to lecture...

Sci-Fi Movies Are the Secret Weapon that Could Help Silicon Valley Grow Up
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Sci-Fi Movies Are the Secret Weapon that Could Help Silicon Valley Grow Up

If there's one line that stands the test of time in Steven Spielbergs 1993 classic "Jurassic Park," it's probably Jeff Goldblum's exclamation, "Your scientists...

Laser Metal Printing Technique Keeps Computer Chips About 10 Degrees Cooler
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Laser Metal Printing Technique Keeps Computer Chips About 10 Degrees Cooler

Researchers at Binghamton University have developed a manufacturing technique that will keep electronics cooler by 10 degrees Celsius, which will save power and...

Real-World IT vs. Computer Science: How Colleges Are Morphing
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Real-World IT vs. Computer Science: How Colleges Are Morphing

Colleges are experimenting to modernize computer science education to instill graduates with skills corporate IT leaders want in areas like the cloud, AI, and data...

Topic Modeling Tapped to Improve Mobile Apps
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Topic Modeling Tapped to Improve Mobile Apps

A research team's text-mining method aggregates and parses customer reviews to help developers improve mobile apps.

'Reprogrammed' Stem Cells Implanted Into Patient with Parkinson's Disease
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'Reprogrammed' Stem Cells Implanted Into Patient with Parkinson's Disease

Japanese neurosurgeons have implanted 'reprogrammed' stem cells into the brain of a patient with Parkinson's disease for the first time.
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