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Tech Companies Are Tightening Their Belts and Laying Off Staff
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Tech Companies Are Tightening Their Belts and Laying Off Staff

Tech companies are once again tapping the brakes on hiring as they contend with sluggish consumer spending, higher interest rates, and the impact of a strong dollar...

Their Friends Got Laid Off. Meet Silicon Valley's Rattled 'Survivors'
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Their Friends Got Laid Off. Meet Silicon Valley's Rattled 'Survivors'

Surviving layoffs brings its own set of unfamiliar challenges. Employees describe everything from doubled workloads, cratered morale and productivity, to feelings...

Can You Get a Master's Degree in CS Without a CS Background?
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Can You Get a Master's Degree in CS Without a CS Background?

Master's degree programs in computer science generally look for applicants to have at least some experience in the field, but that's not a hard-and-fast requirement...

Data Science Jobs Are a Top Pick for Gen Z, Report Finds
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Data Science Jobs Are a Top Pick for Gen Z, Report Finds

Gen Z considers the role of data scientist to be a top occupation, ranking it No. 4 in job satisfaction, according to a Glassdoor report.

Here's One Way to Deal With the AI Talent Shortage
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Here's One Way to Deal With the AI Talent Shortage

AI-powered drug discovery company Absci opened a research center in New York City last week to help attract talent.

How Amazon Is Tackling the AI Talent Crunch
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How Amazon Is Tackling the AI Talent Crunch

Amazon is requiring potential new programming hires to take classes in machine learning so that they can work on more cutting-edge projects after they're hired....

IBM Remains Top Recipient of U.S. Patents in 2020
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IBM Remains Top Recipient of U.S. Patents in 2020

IBM held its long-time place as the top recipient of U.S. patents in 2020 with 9,130 inventions, followed by Samsung, Canon, and Microsoft, according to research...

'Gender Equality in Tech' Initiative Kicks Off in Chicago
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'Gender Equality in Tech' Initiative Kicks Off in Chicago

Melinda Gates' Pivotal Ventures will spend $50 million to create "inclusive tech hubs" in Chicago and two other yet-to-be-named U.S. cities over the next five years...

How Harvard's Popular CS50 Class Became a 'Lifestyle'
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How Harvard's Popular CS50 Class Became a 'Lifestyle'

CS50, Harvard's introductory computer science course, is a carefully crafted model of how to teach any subject in today's technological and social environment. ...

CEOs More Worried About Cybersecurity Than A Possible Recession
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CEOs More Worried About Cybersecurity Than A Possible Recession

U.S. CEOs are more concerned about cybersecurity than by the risk of a recession, according to a new survey by the Conference Board.

Ex-IBM Employee Guilty of Stealing Secrets For China
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Ex-IBM Employee Guilty of Stealing Secrets For China

A former developer for IBM pled guilty on Friday (May 19) to economic espionage and to stealing trade secrets related to a type of software known as a clustered...

Like It or Not, Facebook Has the Right to Choose Your News
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Like It or Not, Facebook Has the Right to Choose Your News

There's an old saying that you shouldn't pick a fight with someone who buys ink by the barrel.

Why Biotech's Biggest Breakthrough Is Now In Dispute
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Why Biotech's Biggest Breakthrough Is Now In Dispute

It sounds like the stuff of science fiction: A new gene-editing technology allows scientists to precisely locate and cut out bits of DNA from live cells in bacteria...

The Death of American Research and Development
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The Death of American Research and Development

When rumors began to fly about a merger between chemical giants Dow Chemical  and DuPont , it was obvious the deal was not your ordinary fee-driven scheme dreamed...

Age-Old question: Can Commercial Software Succeed in an Open-Source World?
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Age-Old question: Can Commercial Software Succeed in an Open-Source World?

Answer: It depends on how you define success.

Best and Worst Graduate Degrees For Jobs in 2015
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Best and Worst Graduate Degrees For Jobs in 2015

PayScale crunched the numbers for Fortune and identified the grad degrees that lead to lucrative careers—and those that lead to high stress and low pay.

Why Big Tech Isn't Celebrating Its Big Victory on Net Neutrality
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Why Big Tech Isn't Celebrating Its Big Victory on Net Neutrality

Not long ago, Google execs would have been popping champagne corks over today's big news from the Federal Communications Commission.

What Do Consumers Want? Better Batteries, Not Wearables
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What Do Consumers Want? Better Batteries, Not Wearables

The top tech need on the mind of most Americans isn't sharper televisions, smarter watches.

Is There a Cyber Security Equivalent of 'seal Team Six'?
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Is There a Cyber Security Equivalent of 'seal Team Six'?

When a cyber breach goes down…who you gonna call? Many different U.S. government agencies, it turns out.

Walter Isaacson on the Women of Eniac
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Walter Isaacson on the Women of Eniac

Ever since the days of Charles Babbage, who conceived of a giant mechanical calculator called the Analytical Engine in the 1830s, the engineering of computer hardware...
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