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Who Is Hiring Software Engineers and Engineering Managers?
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Who Is Hiring Software Engineers and Engineering Managers?

A Google Sheet containing a list of over 700 companies shows firms that are currently hiring software engineers and engineering managers.

Robots in Workplace Contribute to Burnout, Job Insecurity
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Robots in Workplace Contribute to Burnout, Job Insecurity

Workers in the United States and parts of Asia feel job insecurity from robots, even in industries where robots aren't being used, according to research published...

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...

Chinese Game Company Appoints Humanoid Robot as Its CEO
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Chinese Game Company Appoints Humanoid Robot as Its CEO

China-based mobile game company NetDragon Websoft has appointed an AI-powered virtual humanoid robot named Ms. Tang Yu as CEO of subsidiary Fujian NetDragon Websoft...

2022 ACM Gordon Bell Prize Finalists Announced
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2022 ACM Gordon Bell Prize Finalists Announced

The SC22 conference schedule provides a first glimpse of the finalists for the 2022 ACM Gordon Bell Prize, awarded annually to recognize "innovation in applying...

Can An Algorithm Help Scientists Write Better Quantum Programs?
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Can An Algorithm Help Scientists Write Better Quantum Programs?

Timothy Proctor, a quantum physicist at Sandia National Laboratories, is leading a research project to help quantum computer scientists write better programs that...

U.S. Teen Donates Nearly 1,000 Computers to Fight the Digital Divide
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U.S. Teen Donates Nearly 1,000 Computers to Fight the Digital Divide

U.S. high schooler Ayush Agarwal last year co-founded nonprofit ClosingTheDivde which donates computers and provides digital literacy classes to low-income families...

Robots Are Driving U.S. Workers Towards Substance Abuse, Mental Illness
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Robots Are Driving U.S. Workers Towards Substance Abuse, Mental Illness

Robotic co-workers may be driving more people to do drugs and abuse alcohol, researchers from the University of Pittsburgh have found.

Manufacturing Is Becoming A White-Collar Profession in Singapore
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Manufacturing Is Becoming A White-Collar Profession in Singapore

Manufacturing has made a comeback in Singapore, where the share of jobs held by  high-skill professionals, managers, executives, and technicians has risen by 8...

CTO Commutes to Work in His Company's Flying Car
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CTO Commutes to Work in His Company's Flying Car

Jetson, the Swedish electric vertical takeoff and landing aircraft (eVTOL) company, has released a video of founder Tomasz Patan, inventor of the company's ONE flying...

Grad Students Develop Robot That Paints Like a Human
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Grad Students Develop Robot That Paints Like a Human

Graduate students at Georgia Institute of Technology have built a graffiti-painting robot system that uses motion capture technology to record human motions then...

At Brown, Course Merges Dance and Computer Science
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At Brown, Course Merges Dance and Computer Science

By merging themes in dance and computer science, a course at Brown University is teaching the next generation of engineers how to create robotics and AI technologies...

NY State Will Give Out Hundreds of Robots as Companions for the Elderly
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NY State Will Give Out Hundreds of Robots as Companions for the Elderly

The State of New York will distribute robot companions to the homes of more than 800 older adults to serve as proactive digital assistants — engaging in small talk...

NSF Funds Consortium to Create Talent for EV Industry
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NSF Funds Consortium to Create Talent for EV Industry

The REVVED consortium is receiving $2.83 million from the U.S. National Science Foundation to develop a workforce that can build and service electric and autonomous...

Tech Sanctions Press Russia to 'Reinvent' Ways to Work
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Tech Sanctions Press Russia to 'Reinvent' Ways to Work

Russian companies are increasingly searching for locally developed alternatives to Western hardware and software amid sanctions.

Workshop Tackles Lab-to-Market Hardware Technology Gap
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Workshop Tackles Lab-to-Market Hardware Technology Gap

A virtual workshop co-hosted by MIT, SUNY, and RPI addressed the growing gap in the transition from lab to market for new semiconductor and microelectronics technology...

Assembly Line Robot Predicts Co-Workers' Intentions
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Assembly Line Robot Predicts Co-Workers' Intentions

A team of scientists from Three Gorges University in China claim to have built an industrial robot that can read co-workers' intentions with 96% accuracy by monitoring...

Researchers Observe a Surprising Source of Conductivity
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Researchers Observe a Surprising Source of Conductivity

A research team probing the properties of a semiconductor combined with a novel thin oxide film have observed a surprising source of electrical conductivity from...

Bristol Braces for Bruising Bot Battle
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Bristol Braces for Bruising Bot Battle

University of Bristol electronic engineering and computer science teacher Joe Brown and his team are preparing for the "BBB: Beetle Brawl 2022," a battle between...

Economists Are Revising Their Views on Robots and Jobs
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Economists Are Revising Their Views on Robots and Jobs

There is little evidence of a pandemic-induced surge in automation.
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