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UNLV President Turns Himself Into an AI
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UNLV President Turns Himself Into an AI

Keith Whitfield, president of the University of Nevada at Las Vegas, is available to chat with all 31,000 students at any hour of the day or night — as long as...

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...

Major Math Conference Will Not Be Held in Russia
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Major Math Conference Will Not Be Held in Russia

Organizers of the International Congress of Mathematicians, a prominent mathematical conference that was set to be held in Saint Petersburg in July, announced that...

How to Find Top Tech Talent in Unlikely Places
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How to Find Top Tech Talent in Unlikely Places

Experts weigh in on how their companies find technical talent in unlikely places.

CIO Pay Jumps as Tech Moves Closer to Core of Business
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CIO Pay Jumps as Tech Moves Closer to Core of Business

Average CIO salaries rose 21% to $287,500 this year from last, according to staffing firm Mondo, reflecting the position's increasingly critical role within businesses...

Study Reveals Strong Demand for Open-Access Science
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Study Reveals Strong Demand for Open-Access Science

A study by Georgia Tech researchers indicates the importance of open-access, science-based information for academic purposes, but more so for self-directed education...

STEM Indicators Show the State of Tech
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STEM Indicators Show the State of Tech

The number of science and engineering degrees awarded in the U.S. increased at all levels from 2000 to 2019 and as shares of total degrees, according to a new set...

Fifth Graders Burn Calories in Computer Science Class
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Fifth Graders Burn Calories in Computer Science Class

A collaboration between Northwestern University and School District 65 has made fifth graders at Dawes Elementary beta testers for a hands-on learning curriculum...

Computer Science Degrees See 13% Increase in Applicants
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Computer Science Degrees See 13% Increase in Applicants

Computer science degrees have seen a 13% increase in applicants this year across U.K. universities, the highest increase for any degree program, according to British...

Researchers Use AI to Fight Coronavirus
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Researchers Use AI to Fight Coronavirus

Michigan State University researcher Guowei Wei and his team used an artificial intelligence model to understand the molecular mechanisms underlying SARS-CoV-2...

Google Launches Job Training, Placement Initiative
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Google Launches Job Training, Placement Initiative

Google is launching an initiative that it says will help more than 20,000 Americans with job training and placement through its $100 million Google Career Certificates...

Tech Companies Face a Fresh Crisis: Hiring
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Tech Companies Face a Fresh Crisis: Hiring

Technology workers are one of the great, pressing shortages of the pandemic.

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...

Researchers Train Neural Network to Recognize Chemical Formulas From Research Papers
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Researchers Train Neural Network to Recognize Chemical Formulas From Research Papers

Scientists at startup Syntelly, Lomonosov Moscow State University, and the Sirius University of Science and Technology have trained neural networks to convert images...

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.

Coding for Two Audiences: Humans and Computers
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Coding for Two Audiences: Humans and Computers

Researchers at the University of California, Davis will use a $1.2-million project funded by the U.S. National Science Foundation to train an algorithm that can...

IT Technician Jailed for Revenge Cyber Attacks
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IT Technician Jailed for Revenge Cyber Attacks

A resentful IT technician in the U.K. was sentenced to prison for launching cyber assaults against two of his former employers after he was dismissed by both.

Raspberry Pi Course Spurs Next Generation of Python Developers
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Raspberry Pi Course Spurs Next Generation of Python Developers

Raspberry Pi has launched a new Introduction to Python project path designed to teach young coders the basics of Python programming.

Dream Gig: $1K and PS5 to Play Videogames
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Dream Gig: $1K and PS5 to Play Videogames

Ziply Fiber is holding a contest whose winner will receive $1,000 and a new PS5 gaming console for playing videogames for 20 hours over two days.

After the Great Resignation, Tech Firms Are Getting Desperate
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After the Great Resignation, Tech Firms Are Getting Desperate

Faced with a shortage of qualified workers and fierce competition for talent, tech companies are laying on benefit after benefit to get new recruits through the...
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