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Tech Job Interviews Are Out of Control
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Tech Job Interviews Are Out of Control

The tech industry is making job interviews more punishing, turning the hiring process into more of a gauntlet.

Generative AI's Environmental Costs Are Soaring
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Generative AI's Environmental Costs Are Soaring

Generative AI systems will consume vastly more power in the coming years, and energy systems will struggle to cope, OpenAI chief executive Sam Altman warned the...

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...

Online Images Amplify Gender Bias
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Online Images Amplify Gender Bias

The rising use of images in online media and platforms significantly exacerbates gender bias, both in its statistical prevalence and its psychological impact, researchers...

GitHub Data Shows Fastest-Growing Countries for Software Development
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GitHub Data Shows Fastest-Growing Countries for Software Development

GitHub has released new data tracking developer accounts by country, which shows a rising tide of programming in Bangladesh, Nigeria, Pakistan, and other countries...

Why Is Big Tech Still Cutting Jobs?
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Why Is Big Tech Still Cutting Jobs?

Profits are up and the economy is strong. But job cuts at the tech industry's largest companies continued in January 2024.

2023 ACM Fellows Celebrated for Contributions to Computing That Underpin Our Daily Lives
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2023 ACM Fellows Celebrated for Contributions to Computing That Underpin Our Daily Lives

Members of the global society are hailed for their work, including advances to AI Technologies, the World Wide Web, graphics, cybersecurity, mobile computing, and...

Japan Turns to Innovation to Tackle Labor Crisis
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Japan Turns to Innovation to Tackle Labor Crisis

Japan, the world's fastest-aging economy, is turning to technologies like AI, avatars, and robots to address labor shortages.

Humans Are Still Cheaper Than AI in Most Jobs, MIT Study Finds
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Humans Are Still Cheaper Than AI in Most Jobs, MIT Study Finds

Only 23% of workers being paid for vision tasks could be effectively replaced by AI today, says an MIT report.

Why Tech Workers Are Ditching Big Cities for Boise
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Why Tech Workers Are Ditching Big Cities for Boise

Young people are increasingly exploring roles in non-coastal U.S. cities while moving away from traditional tech companies towards roles in government, hardware...

CEOs Say Generative AI Will Result in Job Cuts in 2024
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CEOs Say Generative AI Will Result in Job Cuts in 2024

A quarter of global chief executives expect the deployment of generative artificial intelligence to lead to headcount reductions of at least 5 percent this year...

No, the Great Tech Layoffs of 2023 Aren't Happening Again
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No, the Great Tech Layoffs of 2023 Aren't Happening Again

A week full of job cuts at tech companies is making early 2024 look a lot like 2023. But experts say these layoffs don't point to an ongoing slide in tech jobs,...

Thousands of Software Engineers Say the Job Market Is Getting Much Worse
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Thousands of Software Engineers Say the Job Market Is Getting Much Worse

Nearly nine in 10 software engineers say it is more difficult to get a job now than it was before the pandemic, and 66 percent say it is "much harder," according...

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?

Meet the Indian Women Who Toppled the Boys-Only Science Club
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Meet the Indian Women Who Toppled the Boys-Only Science Club

In 1973, twelve women formed the Indian Women Scientists' Association. On its golden jubilee, members old and new talk about how this female-driven community represents...

Tech Companies Plan to Step Up Hiring in Indian Cities in 2024
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Tech Companies Plan to Step Up Hiring in Indian Cities in 2024

Zoho, IBM, Kyndryl, and Happiest Minds are among the tech firms planning to increase hiring in India's Tier-2 and Tier-3 cities in 2024.

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.

The Growing Inequality of Who Gets to Work From Home
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The Growing Inequality of Who Gets to Work From Home

Research on remote work has found a large and growing divide between highly paid professionals and front-line staff, and business leaders worry it could create...

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.
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