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Are You Ready for Workplace Brain Scanning?
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Are You Ready for Workplace Brain Scanning?

Neurotechnology is coming to the workplace in the form of sensors that extract data from workers' brains with an eye on making them happier and more productive....

Developers Skilled In Blockchain Are In Short Supply
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Developers Skilled In Blockchain Are In Short Supply

The blockchain industry is growing rapidly and faces a dearth in the supply of new talent to meet the needs of the burgeoning ecosystem, according to a study by...

Would You Like a QR Code In That Cookie?
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Would You Like a QR Code In That Cookie?

Researchers from Japan have developed a way to include an unobtrusive edible tag inside food, creating both the tag and in their original experiment cookies with...

Preparing Computer Systems for Evolving Technology
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Preparing Computer Systems for Evolving Technology

Weiwei Jia, an assistant professor on the computer engineering faculty at the University of Rhode Island, is developing next-generation cloud systems that do a...

Study to Investigate Quantum Computing Advantages
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Study to Investigate Quantum Computing Advantages

Supartha Podder, assistant professor in the Department of Computer Science at Stony Brook University, has received a two-year $400,000 U.S. Department of Energy...

Academic Publishers Turn to AI Software to Catch Bad Research
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Academic Publishers Turn to AI Software to Catch Bad Research

To prevent embarrassment and reputational damage, academic publishers have turned to AI software to detect image duplication before a paper is published in a journal...

'Cybervetting' Job Candidates Can Have Negative Consequences
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'Cybervetting' Job Candidates Can Have Negative Consequences

Organizations should develop and implement clearly defined rules regarding how they use online and social media information about job candidates, according to research...

Impact of Programming on Primary Mathematics Learning
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Impact of Programming on Primary Mathematics Learning

A study investigating the value of programming as a learning vehicle for mathematics in grades four and five found that programming did not benefit mathematics...

Researchers to Follow the Trail of Misinformation
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Researchers to Follow the Trail of Misinformation

An interdisciplinary team of researchers led by Boleslaw Szymanski of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute will examine the flow of misinformation in social media,...

Scientists Develop Model That Adjusts Videogame Difficulty Based on Player Emotions
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Scientists Develop Model That Adjusts Videogame Difficulty Based on Player Emotions

A research team from the Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology developed DDA agents that adjust a videogame's difficulty to maximize a player's affective...

The Way You Talk to Your Child About Math Matters
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The Way You Talk to Your Child About Math Matters

Encouraging children with responses related to their personal traits or innate abilities may dampen their math motivation and achievement over time, according to...

PetTrack Lets Owners Know Where Their Dog Is
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PetTrack Lets Owners Know Where Their Dog Is

Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology developed the PetTrack system which uses a combination of sensors to tell pet owners where their animal is in...

Using Mathematics to Resolve Human Conflicts
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Using Mathematics to Resolve Human Conflicts

Game theory mathematics is being adapted through big data to resolve highly contentious issues between people and the environment.

Analysis Suggests Remote Work May Stifle Innovation
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Analysis Suggests Remote Work May Stifle Innovation

The types of work relationships that encourage innovation tend to be hard hit when workers go remote, according to a study conducted at MIT.

Data Science Jobs Are a Top Pick for Gen Z, Report Finds
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Data Science Jobs Are a Top Pick for Gen Z, Report Finds

Gen Z considers the role of data scientist to be a top occupation, ranking it No. 4 in job satisfaction, according to a Glassdoor report.

Surgeons Ask AI Which Patients Need Better Pain Management
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Surgeons Ask AI Which Patients Need Better Pain Management

Cedars-Sinai's Department of Computational Biomedicine developed artificial intelligence tools to help spine surgeons predict patient outcomes and address pain...

Women More Concerned Than Men About Some AI Developments
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Women More Concerned Than Men About Some AI Developments

Women in the United States are more skeptical than men about some uses of artificial intelligence, particularly the possible widespread use of driverless passenger...

Researchers Want to Use AI to Talk to Animals
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Researchers Want to Use AI to Talk to Animals

Earth Species Project wants to harness the power of machine learning to decode communication across the entire animal kingdom. The project has its doubters.

NSF Awards $20 Million to Universities for Advanced Data Science
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NSF Awards $20 Million to Universities for Advanced Data Science

The U.S. National Science Foundation has announced awards totaling $20 million that will fund two multi-university teams of scientists and engineers who will conduct...

Tweeting Their Way to Higher Pay
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Tweeting Their Way to Higher Pay

Executives and others can advance their job prospects through personal branding on social media, research shows.
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