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Fintech Firm Requires Recruits to Know ChatGPT
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Fintech Firm Requires Recruits to Know ChatGPT

LayerX Inc., a Japanese fintech firm, has made it compulsory for new recruits to know how to use chatbots ChatGPT and Notion AI.

Courses In the Metaverse Struggle to Compete With Real World
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Courses In the Metaverse Struggle to Compete With Real World

Many business schools have been reluctant to offer instruction in the metaverse after determining that teaching the skills of leadership and networking is better...

Math Maestro Geeks Out on Pi Day
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Math Maestro Geeks Out on Pi Day

Sebastian Cioaba, a professor in the Department of Mathematical Sciences at the University of Delaware, sees Pi Day as a way to get students excited about math....

Science And Tech Today Are More Labor Intensive Than Agriculture
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Science And Tech Today Are More Labor Intensive Than Agriculture

Labor costs today make up approximately two-thirds of U.S. business R&D expenditures, illustrating the importance of high-skilled talent to America's economy, according...

Tapping the Reservoir of Tech Talent in Africa
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Tapping the Reservoir of Tech Talent in Africa

Aileen Allkins, chief revenue officer at Tek Experts and Elev8, is working to bring tech career skills to women and girls in Rwanda, Nigeria, and other countries...

University of California System Bans Fully Online Degrees
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University of California System Bans Fully Online Degrees

The 10-campus University of California system this month closed a loophole that could have let students piece together a fully online undergraduate degree.

Report Names the Most Secure Countries for Remote Workers
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Report Names the Most Secure Countries for Remote Workers

The "safest" countries for remote workers, as well as the best for connectivity and VPN access, were identified in a report by Proxyrack.

Robots Show 'Great Potential' in Public Education Setting
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Robots Show 'Great Potential' in Public Education Setting

Researchers at the University of Waterloo are successfully using a robot to help keep children with learning disabilities focused on their work.

A Philosopher's Daughter Navigates a Career in AI
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A Philosopher's Daughter Navigates a Career in AI

In high school, a friend of my brother who was studying telecommunication engineering spoke to me about the great potential technology holds to improve society....

Computer Science Majors Will Earn Less This Year
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Computer Science Majors Will Earn Less This Year

2023 graduates with bachelor's degrees in computer science are projected to see starting salaries of $72,843, or 4% less than a year ago, according to a National...

Black Girls Benefit Most When STEM Teachers Train Up
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Black Girls Benefit Most When STEM Teachers Train Up

Continuing professional development by middle and high school teachers in STEM fields can benefit their students, Rice University researchers found.

Report Notes Continuing Decline in Student Data Literacy
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Report Notes Continuing Decline in Student Data Literacy

A report from the Data Science 4 Everyone coalition reveals that data literacy skills among fourth and eighth-grade students in the United States have declined...

More Than 30% of Female Tech Students Drop Tech as Undergrads
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More Than 30% of Female Tech Students Drop Tech as Undergrads

Thirty-one percent of schoolgirls studying information science, computer science, and technology in Europe do not continue with these subjects at the university...

Leading Scientists Worldwide Are Victims of Fake Articles
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Leading Scientists Worldwide Are Victims of Fake Articles

Leading international scientists who discovered articles written by artificial intelligence that have been published in their names have backed plans for legal...

Mentors Matter: Championing the Future STEM Workforce
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Mentors Matter: Championing the Future STEM Workforce

While many STEM internships were closed due to COVID-19, PNNL found creative ways to continue to provide mentored internships to students.

Fake Online Recruiters Looking to Scam Job Seekers
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Fake Online Recruiters Looking to Scam Job Seekers

Cybersecurity experts say employment scams are on the rise, boosted by recent layoffs in the tech and other industries.

Amazon Will Only Hire Students, Recent Grads for Entry-Level Software Jobs
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Amazon Will Only Hire Students, Recent Grads for Entry-Level Software Jobs

Leaked emails show that Amazon is limiting entry-level software engineering positions to current students or recent graduates.

America Is Failing to Prep Gen Z for the Digital Workforce
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America Is Failing to Prep Gen Z for the Digital Workforce

Gen Z workers don't feel they are being trained adequately for today's more digitized and automated workplace.

Layoffs Broke Big Tech's Elite College Hiring Pipeline
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Layoffs Broke Big Tech's Elite College Hiring Pipeline

Students from top schools used to waltz from Silicon Valley internships into lucrative jobs. Now, some are reconsidering their options.

ChatGPT Can't Be Credited As an Author, Academic Publisher Says
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ChatGPT Can't Be Credited As an Author, Academic Publisher Says

Academic publisher Springer Nature said that software like ChatGPT can't be credited as an author in papers published in its journals, but has no problem with AI...
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