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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...

'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...

Lawmakers Consider the NSF's Future
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Lawmakers Consider the NSF's Future

Large increases in federal spending on science research are needed to ensure America keeps an innovative edge over other nations in years to come, senior government...

Amazon's AI Guru Is So Totally Over the Turing Test
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Amazon's AI Guru Is So Totally Over the Turing Test

Rohit Prasad, VP and head scientist of Amazon Alexa AI, has been on a crusade to declare the Turing test obsolete.

Research Paves Way for Wireless Charging of Electric Vehicles
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Research Paves Way for Wireless Charging of Electric Vehicles

Khurram Afridi of Cornell University is pioneering an innovative approach for the wireless charging of electric vehicles and other mobile machines while they remain...

ORNL Licenses AI System to General Motors for Automotive Use
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ORNL Licenses AI System to General Motors for Automotive Use

Oak Ridge National Laboratory has licensed an artificial intelligence software system to General Motors for use in vehicle technology design and development.

Sidestepping the Thin Data Problem in National Security
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Sidestepping the Thin Data Problem in National Security

A team of AI researchers at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory is exploring ways to work with a short supply of data to generate accurate conclusions in national...

Teen Invents $41 Smartwatch That Can Monitor, Treat Drug Overdoses
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Teen Invents $41 Smartwatch That Can Monitor, Treat Drug Overdoses

Steve Dou, a California high school senior, created a smartwatch that measures a user's oxygen level, heart rate, and muscle movement to detect drug overdoses before...

Lab Forum to Focus on Machine Learning for Industry
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Lab Forum to Focus on Machine Learning for Industry

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory will hold the virtual Machine Learning for Industry Forum in August for participants and attendees from industry, research...

AI Experts Even More in Demand as Economy Opens Up
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AI Experts Even More in Demand as Economy Opens Up

Demand for artificial intelligence experts is surging as the economy opens up and companies expand their use of the technology to enhance the customer experience...

Bad Software Sent U.K. Postal Workers to Jail
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Bad Software Sent U.K. Postal Workers to Jail

The convictions of 39 U.K. Post Office employees have been overturned after a court determined their convictions where based on data from a flawed software system...

Which City Rates as Best Place to Work in Tech?
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Which City Rates as Best Place to Work in Tech?

Tech professionals reportedly have been trading the San Francisco Bay Area for more inviting places to live for years. Where are they going?
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