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Hour Of Code Goes Into Space
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Hour Of Code Goes Into Space

The Hour of Code is going extra-terrestrial this year, with hour-long activities about computer science in space beamed from aboard the International Space Station...

Team's Vibration Energy Harvester Could Charge Wearable Devices
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Team's Vibration Energy Harvester Could Charge Wearable Devices

Osaka Metropolitan University scientists have developed a vibration energy harvester that can amplify power generated from human walking and could lead to self-charging...

Researchers Win Gordon Bell Special Prize for Models that Track COVID Variants
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Researchers Win Gordon Bell Special Prize for Models that Track COVID Variants

Scientists from Argonne National Laboratory and their collaborators have won the 2022 Gordon Bell Special Prize for High Performance Computing-Based COVID-19 Research...

Why Silly Distractions at Work Can be Good for You
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Why Silly Distractions at Work Can be Good for You

Positive interventions that distract workers from difficult tasks may help reduce stress and increase effectiveness, according to a study by an international team...

Remote Jobs Are in Demand, and in Decline
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Remote Jobs Are in Demand, and in Decline

Demand for remote jobs remains near all-time highs, even as companies roll back telework positions and call many who had been working from home back into the office...

Book Identifies 26 Lines of Code That Changed the World
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Book Identifies 26 Lines of Code That Changed the World

"'You Are Not Expected to Understand This:' How 26 Lines of Code Changed the World," a book edited by Torie Bosch, questions belief in the objective and infallible...

AI-Assisted Coding Software 'Not Ready' for Developers
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AI-Assisted Coding Software 'Not Ready' for Developers

Today's machine learning-assisted coding models don't understand the structure of code and are "not ready" for market, founder Adam Smith said in announcing the...

Safe Space: Online Groups Lift Up Women in Tech
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Safe Space: Online Groups Lift Up Women in Tech

Several groups founded to help under-represented computer scientists have developed robust online communities through which they aim to engage and support their...

Automation Drives Income Inequality, Study Says
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Automation Drives Income Inequality, Study Says

Automation accounts for more than half of the increasing income gap between more- and less-educated workers in the United States over the last four decades, a published...

Are You Ready for Workplace Brain Scanning?
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Are You Ready for Workplace Brain Scanning?

Neurotechnology is coming to the workplace in the form of sensors that extract data from workers' brains with an eye on making them happier and more productive....

Who Is Hiring Software Engineers and Engineering Managers?
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Who Is Hiring Software Engineers and Engineering Managers?

A Google Sheet containing a list of over 700 companies shows firms that are currently hiring software engineers and engineering managers.

Scientists Make Their Case for Extending Longevity
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Scientists Make Their Case for Extending Longevity

Hope, hype, and self-experimentation collided at the exclusive Longevity Investors Conference for scientists and ultra-rich investors who want to extend their lives...

AI Hasn't Been So Bad for Jobs
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AI Hasn't Been So Bad for Jobs

A report from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics found that employment has increased in many occupations seen as threatened by AI and automation.

International Enrollment Rebounds at U.S. Universities
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International Enrollment Rebounds at U.S. Universities

International enrollment at U.S. universities has largely recovered from a steep drop during the pandemic, though Chinese student enrollment continues to decline...

Designing and Programming Living Computers
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Designing and Programming Living Computers

Scientists from Technion-Israel Institute of Technology and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology collaborated to create genetic "devices" designed to perform...

Wage Transparency Doesn't Fix Gender Pay Gaps
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Wage Transparency Doesn't Fix Gender Pay Gaps

While some policy-makers see mandated wage transparency as a contributor to progress on gender pay gaps, new research suggests otherwise.

Despite Big Layoffs, Tech Workers Are Still in Demand
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Despite Big Layoffs, Tech Workers Are Still in Demand

Despite high-visibility layoffs and hiring freezes, the broader outlook for tech workers remains strong and unemployment remains low.

Why I Left Tech to Pursue Art
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Why I Left Tech to Pursue Art

I don't enjoy working in tech anymore. I want to get out of the bubble I currently live in and experience new ways of living.

Meta Lays Off More Than 11,000 Employees
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Meta Lays Off More Than 11,000 Employees

The parent of Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp reduced its work force by 13% and extended a hiring freeze through the first quarter of next year.
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