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Future Cyberwarriors Face Off in Simulated Cyberattack Competition
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Future Cyberwarriors Face Off in Simulated Cyberattack Competition

Over 100 teams and more than 500 students defend a simulated energy infrastructure from sophisticated cyberattacks at the U.S. Department of Energy's CyberForce...

Should Santa Deliver by Drone?
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Should Santa Deliver by Drone?

A new routing algorithm anticipates the day trucks and drones cooperate to drop packages at your doorstep quickly and efficiently.

The Rise and Fall of the PlayStation Supercomputers
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The Rise and Fall of the PlayStation Supercomputers

One PlayStation can play a game, but 100 PlayStations can peer into the secrets of the universe.

Jenny Xu's App Helps Students Build Hackathon Teams
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Jenny Xu's App Helps Students Build Hackathon Teams

Jenny Xu, a junior at Stony Brook University, has developed and introduced Hacker Matcher, an app for team building at hackathons.

How One Tech Company Is Tackling The STEM Talent Shortage
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How One Tech Company Is Tackling The STEM Talent Shortage

Email marketing company AWeber invites local high school, middle school, and college students to its offices for educational events throughout the year to teach...

ICE Arrests More Students at Fake STEM University
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ICE Arrests More Students at Fake STEM University

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency has arrested about 250 foreign-born students of a fake university near Detroit that marketed itself as offering...

Are Coding Robots Worth Your Kids' Time?
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Are Coding Robots Worth Your Kids' Time?

Parents' shopping lists this year may include coding robots for their kids, hoping their children develop even a basic understanding of coding fundamentals. Technology...

Top 25 Most Dangerous Software Errors
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Top 25 Most Dangerous Software Errors

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has updated the Common Weakness Enumeration list of the 25 most dangerous software errors.

IIT Kanpur, NYU Tandon Launch Joint Doctoral Degree Program
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IIT Kanpur, NYU Tandon Launch Joint Doctoral Degree Program

IIT Kanpur and the New York University Tandon School of Engineering will offer dual doctoral degrees in computer and electrical engineering starting this fall. ...

CEO Founded Nonprofit to Trains Teens In Tech
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CEO Founded Nonprofit to Trains Teens In Tech

Brad Zepecki, president and CEO of Octavian Technology Group, leads a nonprofit organization that trains high school students in software development while providing...

NYC Creates a High-Level Position to Oversee Ethics in AI
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NYC Creates a High-Level Position to Oversee Ethics in AI

New York City is creating a position for an Algorithms Management and Policy Officer to serve as a centralized resource on algorithm policy and best practices for...

Professor Marks 50 Years as Computer Science Teacher
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Professor Marks 50 Years as Computer Science Teacher

Computers were the size of a small room and ran on vacuum tubes when KC Wang started teaching at Washington State University.

The Top 10 Most Popular Tech Skills of 2020
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The Top 10 Most Popular Tech Skills of 2020

Python programming is the most sought-after technology skill, and interest is surging in artificial intelligence and data science, according to Udemy's 2020 Workplace...

Machine Learning Reveals How Much of a Shakespeare Play Was Written by Someone Else
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Machine Learning Reveals How Much of a Shakespeare Play Was Written by Someone Else

Literary analysts have long noticed the hand of another author in Shakespeare's Henry VIII. Now a neural network has identified the specific scenes in question—and...

Six Lessons for the New Employee
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Six Lessons for the New Employee

Workers in a new job should focus on teamwork and handling professional relationships, says Professor Joseph Harder at the University of Virginia.

Want More Women and Minorities in STEM? Classroom Addresses Social Oppression
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Want More Women and Minorities in STEM? Classroom Addresses Social Oppression

A five-week social entrepreneurship program implemented through one of the largest community college systems in the United States  aims to instill entrepreneurial...

Raspberry Pi Opens Up Its Gender Balance in Computing Program
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Raspberry Pi Opens Up Its Gender Balance in Computing Program

Raspberry Pi is opening its gender balance in computing program to general recruitment, which will make it available to all primary and secondary schools in England...

Trash Talk From a Robot Can Distract Players, Study Says
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Trash Talk From a Robot Can Distract Players, Study Says

Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University have demonstrated that critical comments from a robot can impair the performance of human game players.

Thermodynamics Could Be the Future of Computing, Researchers Say
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Thermodynamics Could Be the Future of Computing, Researchers Say

As Moore's Law reaches its limits, thermodynamic computing might prove to be the future of the field, says a new report from an international team of 38 researchers...
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