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Python and TypeScript Gain Popularity Among Programming Languages
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Python and TypeScript Gain Popularity Among Programming Languages

JavaScript, Python, Java, and the fast-growing TypeScript are the most popular programming language on GitHub, according to GitHub's annual Octoverse report.

Federal Judge Halts Trump's H-1B Visa Rules
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Federal Judge Halts Trump's H-1B Visa Rules

A federal judge has struck down two Trump administration rules issued in October that were meant to restrict H-1B visas which the tech industry relies on for highly...

Carebots Raise Ethical Questions on Assisting Older Adults
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Carebots Raise Ethical Questions on Assisting Older Adults

Researchers at North Carolina State University are addressing ethical questions raised by AI-enabled carebots and their assistance to the elderly.

Spending a Long Time on Your Phone Isn't Bad for Mental Health, Report Says
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Spending a Long Time on Your Phone Isn't Bad for Mental Health, Report Says

The amount of time spent on a smartphone is not related to poor mental health, according to a study published in Technology, Mind, and Behavior.

Amazon Is Hiring Hardware Team for Its Own Quantum Computer
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Amazon Is Hiring Hardware Team for Its Own Quantum Computer

Amazon has been on a hiring spree to staff an internal quantum computing group, laying the groundwork for its own quantum system.

Big Companies Ask CIOs to Take On Operations Accountability
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Big Companies Ask CIOs to Take On Operations Accountability

Large businesses are starting to hold their chief information officers accountable for the results of corporate-wide digital business operations, giving them much...

Pandemic Twist: Job Interviews Without Interviewers
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Pandemic Twist: Job Interviews Without Interviewers

Some companies are collecting video responses to questions and using online games to measure a person's skills instead of conducting job interviews during the pandemic...

'We're Not Going to Run Out of Work'
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'We're Not Going to Run Out of Work'

Digitization and automation have replaced millions of middle-class jobs, yet there is reason for optimism for workers, said scholars and business leaders at an...

Student Teams Vie in ASC Supercomputer Challenge
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Student Teams Vie in ASC Supercomputer Challenge

More than 300 university teams from five continents helped kick off the preliminary round of the 2020-2021 ASC Student Supercomputer Challenge on November 16, 2020...

Report Unveils Strategy for U.S. Tech Competition With China
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Report Unveils Strategy for U.S. Tech Competition With China

Created as a guide for 2020 White House transition teams, a report by a bipartisan working group includes recommendations for U.S. competition with China in four...

STL CyberCon Aims for More Inclusive Cybersecurity Workforce
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STL CyberCon Aims for More Inclusive Cybersecurity Workforce

The sixth STL CyberCon took advantage of its virtual format this year to expand its reach, bringing together students, researchers, practitioners, and job seekers...

Researcher Sets Record for Quantum Chemistry Calculation
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Researcher Sets Record for Quantum Chemistry Calculation

Researcher Giuseppe Barca at Australian National University has broken the world record for the largest Hartree-Fock calculation, using the Summit supercomputer...

Hidden Messages in Digital Images Are Researcher's Passion
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Hidden Messages in Digital Images Are Researcher's Passion

Binghamton University Distinguished Professor Jessica Fridrich has received a $768,964 grant from the U.S. National Science Foundation to study steganographic hidden...

Data Access Restrictions Reduce Diversity in Scientific Research, Study Finds
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Data Access Restrictions Reduce Diversity in Scientific Research, Study Finds

High costs and restrictions on datasets can limit both the diversity of researchers who have access and the range of research undertaken with this data.

AI Researchers Made a Sarcasm Detection Model and It's Sooo Impressive
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AI Researchers Made a Sarcasm Detection Model and It's Sooo Impressive

Researchers in China say they've created sarcasm detection AI that achieved state-of-the-art performance on a dataset drawn from Twitter.

Unity Will Groom 80,000 Game Developers With Education Initiative
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Unity Will Groom 80,000 Game Developers With Education Initiative

Unity Technologies hopes to groom 80,000 people for game jobs over three years with an education initiative aimed at helping people learn how to program and develop...

Industry-Academia Cooperation On the Rise at IFEZ
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Industry-Academia Cooperation On the Rise at IFEZ

Cooperation between foreign universities and local businesses is growing in South Korea's Incheon Free Economic Zone (IFEZ), after revisions to regulations on promoting...

Assistive Technologies Put to the Test at Cybathlon Competition
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Assistive Technologies Put to the Test at Cybathlon Competition

Over 50 teams of engineers, developers, and persons with a physical disability competed in the Cybathlon 2020 Global Edition which demonstrated how state-of-the...

Two-Thirds of Software Developers Have Increased Use of Low-Code Tools
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Two-Thirds of Software Developers Have Increased Use of Low-Code Tools

Nearly two-thirds of software developers have increased the use of low-code development tools during the pandemic, a Nuxeo survey found.  
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