Finding qualified developers will be biggest recruitment challenge for hiring managers in 2022, according to 14,000 developers and technology recruiters polled...ZDNet From ACM Careers | January 14, 2022
A computer system named the Problematic Paper Screener searches through published scientific research and seeks out nonsensical computer-generated "tortured phrases"...Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists From ACM Careers | January 13, 2022
An analysis of 2021 U.S. patent applications by IFI Claims Patent Services provides insight into the most innovative companies and R&D organizations.
IFI Claims Patent Services From ACM Careers | January 12, 2022
At least half of the rising gap in wages among American workers over the last 40 years is attributable to the automation of tasks formerly done by human workers...The New York Times From ACM Careers | January 11, 2022
Faculty members Amir Erez, Klodiana Lanaj, and Brian Swider at the University of Florida's Warrington's Department of Management offer five research-backed tips...University of Florida From ACM Careers | January 7, 2022
Companies that invested more in employee training before the pandemic were less likely to lay off their employees and reduce their workforces to cope with pandemic...Cornell Chronicle From ACM Careers | January 7, 2022
The so-called great resignation, marked by unprecedented quit rates and millions of baby boomers suddenly retiring, is quickly remaking what it means to work in...CNET From ACM Careers | January 5, 2022
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory has established the AI Innovation Incubator (AI3), a collaborative hub aimed at uniting experts in artificial intelligence...Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory From ACM Careers | January 3, 2022
The College Board's analysis of 2016 and 2019's high school graduating classes found its Advanced Placement Computer Science Principles course is boosting computer...Diverse: Issues In Higher Education From ACM Careers | December 29, 2021
A Deloitte survey finds that 77% of workers have experienced burnout. Organizations can and should play a more active role in preventing it.
Harvard Business Review From ACM Careers | December 29, 2021
Errors in background checks are problematic for employers and potential employees, and problems could worsen with increased use of data collection, AI, and automation...TechTarget From ACM Careers | December 27, 2021
The wave of resignations impacting scores of industries this year has been felt acutely at Ubisoft, with current and former developers citing a range of factors...Axios From ACM Careers | December 22, 2021
Tech executives and engineers are quitting Google, Meta, Amazon and other large companies for what they say is a once-in-generation opportunity with crypto.
The New York Times From ACM Careers | December 21, 2021
Workers who let the job creep into their holiday downtime may be putting their health at risk, according to research from the University of South Australia.
University of South Australia From ACM Careers | December 20, 2021