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Companies Can 'Hire' Virtual Person for About $14k a Year in China
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Companies Can 'Hire' Virtual Person for About $14k a Year in China

Companies in China are "hiring" virtual employees, with technology firm Baidu saying it has doubled the number of virtual people projects it's worked on for clients...

As Silicon Valley Retrenches, Tech Talent Shift Accelerates
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As Silicon Valley Retrenches, Tech Talent Shift Accelerates

More technology professionals are pursuing employment outside of Big Tech, looking to sectors that increasingly offer more interesting challenges.

Transition From Software Developer to Manager
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Transition From Software Developer to Manager

There comes a time when every developer has to make a decision about career progression. Do you stay as a developer and focus on code, or make a jump into management...

IT Leaders Reveal Their First Jobs
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IT Leaders Reveal Their First Jobs

Tech executives looking for new ways to find skilled workers during today's talent crisis might consider their own first jobs when doing so.

Perfectionists Are More Likely to Burn Out, Study Suggests
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Perfectionists Are More Likely to Burn Out, Study Suggests

People with perfectionist traits are more susceptible to burnout, researchers say.

Software Engineer Arrested for Felony Theft Inspired by Cult Movie
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Software Engineer Arrested for Felony Theft Inspired by Cult Movie

A former software engineer with Zulily, Ernie Castro, has been charged with stealing more than $300,000 from the Seattle company in a scheme straight out of the...

72-Year-Old Congressman Goes Back to School for Degree in AI
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72-Year-Old Congressman Goes Back to School for Degree in AI

Rep. Don Beyer (D-Va.) has been moonlighting as a student at George Mason University in pursuit of a master's degree in machine learning while balancing his duties...

A Repository for the Publication and Sharing of Heterogeneous Materials Data
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A Repository for the Publication and Sharing of Heterogeneous Materials Data

National Materials Data Management and Service platform is a materials data repository for the publication and sharing of heterogeneous materials scientific data...

Esports Seen as Pathway to Boost Diversity in STEM
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Esports Seen as Pathway to Boost Diversity in STEM

Schools and businesses are looking to esports as a way to increase racial diversity among STEM students and industries.

Laid Off Tech Workers Quickly Find New Jobs
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Laid Off Tech Workers Quickly Find New Jobs

Most laid off tech workers are finding jobs shortly after beginning their search, a ZipRecruiter survey shows, and tech firms that are hiring still outnumber those...

OpenAI's ChatGPT Raises Alarm Over Student Cheating
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OpenAI's ChatGPT Raises Alarm Over Student Cheating

Universities need new ways to assess and respond to threats to academic integrity posed by AI tools that students could use to cheat on written assignments.

Cybersecurity Firms Reduce Staff
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Cybersecurity Firms Reduce Staff

Cybersecurity service and technology providers have laid off hundreds of workers in recent months, including workers in technical roles.

Jumpstarting the Future Quantum Workforce
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Jumpstarting the Future Quantum Workforce

The Quantum Systems Accelerator's outreach efforts in quantum information science are especially pioneering at the high-school level, which traditionally has not...

This Is Your Brain on Code
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This Is Your Brain on Code

MIT researchers are discovering which parts of the brain are engaged when a person evaluates a computer program.

The Overlooked Upsides of Algorithms in the Workplace
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The Overlooked Upsides of Algorithms in the Workplace

Orly Lobel, a law professor at the University of San Diego, believes technology can make the world a better place — and she knows in 2022, that makes her a bit...

A Computer Scientist with a Biologist's Ambition
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A Computer Scientist with a Biologist's Ambition: Advance Humanity

I became a computer science student without ever having seen a computer before.

Skilled Tech Workers Snapped Up Despite Downturn
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Skilled Tech Workers Snapped Up Despite Downturn

Despite layoffs at over 900 tech companies this year, skilled tech workers with experience in artificial intelligence and data science remain in high demand in...

Additional Education Boosts Entrepreneurship in High-Growth Industries
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Additional Education Boosts Entrepreneurship in High-Growth Industries

A study from Iowa State University indicates that additional education increases entrepreneurship in high-growth industries in the United States, especially for...

Most Developers are 'Actively' Looking or 'Open to' a New Job
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Most Developers are 'Actively' Looking or 'Open to' a New Job

Almost three-quarters (74%) of developers are actively looking for new roles or are open to fresh opportunities, according to a survey of 2,600 developers by StackOverflow...

Film Festival Will Only Show Movies Made Using AI
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Film Festival Will Only Show Movies Made Using AI

Runway, an artificial intelligence startup, is accepting submissions for an AI Film Festival slated for February where movies created with the help of AI will compete...
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