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Don't Learn to Code, Nvidia CEO Says
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Don't Learn to Code, Nvidia CEO Says

Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang has thrown the pervasive "learn to code" mantra out the window. "It's almost the exact opposite," he told the World Government Summit in...

Studies With More Diverse Teams of Authors Get More Citations
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Studies With More Diverse Teams of Authors Get More Citations

Research by teams of authors of diverse internationality and gender receive more citations and have higher impact factors, according to a study published in the...

Personal Tragedy Drives Student to Create Autonomous Delivery Robot
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Personal Tragedy Drives Student to Create Autonomous Delivery Robot

Ebtehal Alotaibi, a student at the University of Edinburgh, used a personal tragedy as motivation to build an autonomous vehicle.

Google Scholar Is Manipulatable
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Google Scholar Is Manipulatable

Researchers created a reasonable-looking Google Scholar account for a fake author and identified instances of citation manipulation in which authors purchase citations...

Professors Cautious of Tools to Detect AI-Generated Writing
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Professors Cautious of Tools to Detect AI-Generated Writing

Many in higher education are taking a wait and see approach to AI-detection tools over concerns about their accuracy.

Could AI Help or Hurt Scientific Research Articles?
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Could AI Help or Hurt Scientific Research Articles?

Published research examines whether ChatGPT can be used to assist in writing credible, peer-reviewed, scientific review articles.

Google Is Trying to Make Teachers' Lives Easier With AI
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Google Is Trying to Make Teachers' Lives Easier With AI

Google is giving its Google For Education tools an AI boost, offering resources to help educators and students improve their teaching and learning.

Data Science Major Takes Off
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Data Science Major Takes Off

Data science majors have taken off across U.S. college campuses aided by rising demand and the field's cross-disciplinary focus.

Ferris Makes AIs, Enrolls Them As Students in University Experiment
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Ferris Makes AIs, Enrolls Them As Students in University Experiment

Ferris State University has created two AIs and is enrolling them in courses. The project is a mix of researching artificial intelligence and online classrooms...

Increasing Levels of 'Hype' in Grant Applications and Publications
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Increasing Levels of 'Hype' in Grant Applications and Publications

An analysis of published abstracts for U.S. National Institutes of Health projects found the use of hype adjectives like "groundbreaking," "exciting," and "novel...

The Flight of the Weird Nerd from Academia
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The Flight of the Weird Nerd from Academia

Is academia becoming a less hospitable place for The Weird Nerd?

All Science Journals Will Now Do An AI-Powered Check for Image Fraud
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All Science Journals Will Now Do An AI-Powered Check for Image Fraud

All journals of research publisher Science will begin using Proofig, an AI-powered commercial software that automates the detection of improperly manipulated images...

Which U.S. Universities Produce the Highest Earning Computer Engineers?
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Which U.S. Universities Produce the Highest Earning Computer Engineers?

Which U.S. universities produce the highest-earning computer science graduates? A report by Hostinger ranks the top 10.

Why Are Haredi Women Majoring in Computer Science?
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Why Are Haredi Women Majoring in Computer Science?

Fifteen percent of Haredi female students studied computer science at institutions of higher education in Israel in 2022-23, compared to 13.5% of non-Haredi female...

More Chinese Students Look to Europe, Not U.S. or U.K., for Higher Education
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More Chinese Students Look to Europe, Not U.S. or U.K., for Higher Education

An increasing number of China's best students no longer head to the U.S. or U.K. for higher education. Instead, Europe is emerging as a popular destination for...

From Eye Tracking to AI-Powered Learning
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From Eye Tracking to AI-Powered Learning

My journey through the intertwining worlds of computing and manufacturing began, unexpectedly, in the halls of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

How Artificial Intelligence Can Personalize Education
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How Artificial Intelligence Can Personalize Education

AI has emerged as a tool to help teachers assist students with personalized educational needs.

A Computer Scientist Pushes the Boundaries of Geometry
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A Computer Scientist Pushes the Boundaries of Geometry

MIT Associate Professor Justin Solomon applies modern geometric techniques to solve problems in computer vision, machine learning, statistics, and beyond.

The Next Phase of Computer Science Education: Incorporating AI
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The Next Phase of Computer Science Education: Incorporating AI

Against a backdrop of teaching capacity issues, educators are increasingly thinking about how to teach AI technology to students.
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