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Philadelphia Tech Salaries See Biggest Jump in the U.S.
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Philadelphia Tech Salaries See Biggest Jump in the U.S.

Tech salaries in Philadelphia grew fastest this year than in Silicon Valley and other U.S. metro areas, rising nearly 12% to $142,000 compared with 15 other locations...

Chula Chatbot Serves As an Education and Career Coach
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Chula Chatbot Serves As an Education and Career Coach

The EmpowerMe chatbot developed by lecturers at Chulalongkorn University is designed to serve as an education and career coach for learners and students.

Teaching Robots To Be Team Players With Nature
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Teaching Robots To Be Team Players With Nature

Researchers have harnessed the self-organization skills required to reap the benefits of natural swarms for robotic applications in artificial intelligence, computing...

Four-Day Workweek Brings No Loss of Productivity, Companies Say
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Four-Day Workweek Brings No Loss of Productivity, Companies Say

Most of the companies participating in a four-day workweek pilot program in Britain said they had seen no loss of productivity during the experiment, and in some...

Wipro Fires 300 Employees Moonlighting for Competitors
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Wipro Fires 300 Employees Moonlighting for Competitors

IT services giant Wipro has fired 300 employees in recent months who were found to be moonlighting for competitors, a practice that has gained momentum as companies...

Academic Publishers Turn to AI Software to Catch Bad Research
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Academic Publishers Turn to AI Software to Catch Bad Research

To prevent embarrassment and reputational damage, academic publishers have turned to AI software to detect image duplication before a paper is published in a journal...

New Dimensions In Computer Science
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New Dimensions In Computer Science

Associate Professor William Bare's Immersive Stories Lab at Whitman College gives students an opportunity to create their own digital worlds through immersive displays...

CS Education Is Gaining Momentum, But Some Say Not Fast Enough
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CS Education Is Gaining Momentum, But Some Say Not Fast Enough

Despite broad support for expanding computer science education for today's students, just 53 percent of U.S. high schools offered foundational computer science2022...

How Will AI Unmake Coding?
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How Will AI Unmake Coding?

Are coders doomed? That question has been bouncing around computer-programming communities with the rise of automated coding assistants and systems that can write...

Tech Workers Paying to Get Taller
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Tech Workers Paying to Get Taller

A growing number of men are undergoing a radical and expensive surgery to grow anywhere from three to six inches. Some are tech bros. "I joke that I could open...

Quiet Firing: The Workplace Trend That Has Everyone Worried
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Quiet Firing: The Workplace Trend That Has Everyone Worried

Quiet quitting has been joined by "quiet firing" as a new term for passive-aggressive conflicts playing out in the workplace.

Highly Skilled Tech Workers Becoming a Rarity
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Highly Skilled Tech Workers Becoming a Rarity

The increasing rarity of skilled technology workers is forcing companies to make difficult decisions, according to the 2022 Tech Work Report by A.Team.

Study Reveals Public Concerns About AI Technology
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Study Reveals Public Concerns About AI Technology

A study published in Al and Ethics found that people in Japan, Germany, and the United States have different concerns over the use of artificial intelligence technology...

They're Locked Up in D.C. — And Learning How to Code from MIT
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They're Locked Up in D.C. — And Learning How to Code from MIT

A program called Brave Behind Bars brings computer science education taught by Ph.D. candidates from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology to inmates at the...

'Cybervetting' Job Candidates Can Have Negative Consequences
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'Cybervetting' Job Candidates Can Have Negative Consequences

Organizations should develop and implement clearly defined rules regarding how they use online and social media information about job candidates, according to research...

Researchers Improve Method for Removing Gender Bias in NLP
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Researchers Improve Method for Removing Gender Bias in NLP

Researchers at the University of Alberta developed a methodology that eliminates gender bias from text while retaining other critical contextual data in natural...

Charisma Matters Most in Managers' Video Communication
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Charisma Matters Most in Managers' Video Communication

A study of managers' leadership tactics and their choice of communications channel on staff performance found that charismatic video communication led to higher...

Impact of Programming on Primary Mathematics Learning
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Impact of Programming on Primary Mathematics Learning

A study investigating the value of programming as a learning vehicle for mathematics in grades four and five found that programming did not benefit mathematics...

MIT Spokes Cycles Across the Country to Teach STEM Classes
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MIT Spokes Cycles Across the Country to Teach STEM Classes

Six student members of MIT Spokes rode their bicycles 3,800 miles across the United States this summer to teach STEM classes at learning festivals, summer camps...
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