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How COVID-19 Is Impacting Jobs in the Tech Industry
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How COVID-19 Is Impacting Jobs in the Tech Industry

There are fewer tech job postings and more competition for them than a year ago, according to a new Indeed report, which found that tech postings now are performing...

'Social Wearables' in Role-Playing Games Could Spark Girls' Interest in Computing
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'Social Wearables' in Role-Playing Games Could Spark Girls' Interest in Computing

The U.S. National Science Foundation has awarded a $1.2 million grant to a team at UC Santa Cruz to develop summer camp for middle school girls focused on designing...

Microfluidic Chip Sensor Makes Swimming Pools Safer
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Microfluidic Chip Sensor Makes Swimming Pools Safer

A microchip that enables continuous monitoring of pH and chlorine levels in swimming pools will improve water safety and hygiene by aiding pool chemistry and pool...

STEM Camps Change Format to Support Social Distancing
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STEM Camps Change Format to Support Social Distancing

North Dakota EPSCoR, in collaboration with tribal colleges and universities in the state, developed online camps for American Indian undergraduate students to engage...

Black Tech Professionals Still Paid Less Than Their White Colleagues
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Black Tech Professionals Still Paid Less Than Their White Colleagues

Job search firm Hired estimates black technology professionals last year were offered an average yearly wage of $10,000 less than white workers, a minor improvement...

AI Algorithm Accurately Detects Prostate Cancer
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AI Algorithm Accurately Detects Prostate Cancer

Researchers from UPMC and the University of Pittsburgh have demonstrated an artificial intelligence algorithm with the highest accuracy to date of detecting and...

In a Summer Derailed, Students Push Back With Coding
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In a Summer Derailed, Students Push Back With Coding

Hamilton Coding Team co-presidents Jiin Jeong and Belal Shaheen are running a 12-week Summer of Coding program to help other students thrust into remote learning...

Proposed Program Would Boost Skilled Immigration, Economic Growth
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Proposed Program Would Boost Skilled Immigration, Economic Growth

Cornell Law School scholars are proposing a pilot immigration program that would target highly skilled foreign workers using a points-based selection system modeled...

Doctors, Data Scientists Urge Hospitals to Become 'AI Ready'
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Doctors, Data Scientists Urge Hospitals to Become 'AI Ready'

A group of doctors and data scientists is calling on hospitals to create clinical departments devoted to artificial intelligence to harness the technology's power...

Teen Activist Launches Dollar Campaign to Fund Virtual CS Summer Camp
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Teen Activist Launches Dollar Campaign to Fund Virtual CS Summer Camp

Fifteen-year-old Ian Michael Block is looking for 375,000 people to donate a dollar to fund a virtual summer camp that combines computer programming and personal...

Who Still Needs the Office? U.S. Companies Start Cutting Space
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Who Still Needs the Office? U.S. Companies Start Cutting Space

Corporate America is downsizing its real estate footprint as companies allow more employees to work from home, a sign that companies are looking for ways to cut...

University Reopening Plans Under Fire
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University Reopening Plans Under Fire

Hundreds of universities across the United States are poised to reopen their campuses this fall with a mix of online and in-person courses. Academics are dismayed...

More Than Half of Bay Area Tech Workers Are Afraid They'll be Laid Off
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More Than Half of Bay Area Tech Workers Are Afraid They'll be Laid Off

A survey of 2,300 tech workers in the San Francisco Bay Area found that 53% of employees are "concerned" or "very concerned" that they'll be laid off or furloughed...

UVA Researchers Will Study Genetic Diseases with Quantum Computers
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UVA Researchers Will Study Genetic Diseases with Quantum Computers

University of Virginia scientists have developed an algorithm to allow researchers to study genetic diseases using quantum computers, once they exist.

2020 Global Index Looks at Skills in Demand in the COVID-19 World
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2020 Global Index Looks at Skills in Demand in the COVID-19 World

The 2020 Global Skills Index provides an early analysis of the coronavirus pandemic's impact on the skills landscape.

Driverless Cars Set to Race at Indy Speedway
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Driverless Cars Set to Race at Indy Speedway

More than three dozen universities from around the world have signed up for the Indy Autonomous Challenge, a race to be held at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway...

Computer Scientists Will Describe Software at Virtual Cyber Conference
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Computer Scientists Will Describe Software at Virtual Cyber Conference

Sandia National Laboratories computer scientists Adrian Chavez and Vince Urias have developed cybersecurity platforms they will describe at the Cybersecurity Technology...

The Economic Effects of Working From Home
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The Economic Effects of Working From Home

The coronavirus pandemic has forced many companies to switch to remote work, some permanently. What does this mean for the economy?

Microsoft Analyzed Data on Its Newly Remote Workforce
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Microsoft Analyzed Data on Its Newly Remote Workforce

A Microsoft study of remote work over the past four months found that work-from-home means longer hours and shorter meetings.
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