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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...

Computer Science Has a Racism Problem: These Researchers Want to Fix It
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Computer Science Has a Racism Problem: These Researchers Want to Fix It

There are diversity gaps in computer science and in STEM subjects and it's growing at U.S. universities. That's a problem, says Juan Gilbert at the University of...

Cybersecurity Chiefs Struggle to Hire Amid Talent Shortage
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Cybersecurity Chiefs Struggle to Hire Amid Talent Shortage

The cybersecurity talent gap grew by 26.2% over the past year, with around 3.4 million unfilled jobs worldwide, according to a study from (ISC)2.

Hundreds of Russia's Top Software Developers May Have Left the Country
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Hundreds of Russia's Top Software Developers May Have Left the Country

Hundreds of top software developers appear to have exited Russia during its invasion of Ukraine, an exodus that could seriously undermine Russia's economy or workforce...

The Many Shapes of a Computer Science Career
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The Many Shapes of a Computer Science Career

When you apply for a career in tech, it often means having to decide: Am I a product manager? A software engineer? A researcher? A designer? Most of us have a variety...

Research Suggests Human Brains Use Quantum Computation
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Research Suggests Human Brains Use Quantum Computation

Scientists from Trinity College Dublin believe that the human brain uses quantum computation and that quantum processes are an important part of cognitive and conscious...

Coder Explores Class Action Against GitHub for License Violations
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Coder Explores Class Action Against GitHub for License Violations

Coder and lawyer Matthew Butterick claims that the GitHub Copi­lot may be breaking open-source licensing agreements, and has engaged class-action litigators to...

More Than Half of IT Pros Say They'll Be Looking for a New Job
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More Than Half of IT Pros Say They'll Be Looking for a New Job

While job satisfaction among IT workers is high, more than half of respondents to Skillsoft's 2022 IT Skills and Salary Report survey said they are likely or extremely...

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...

Staying Connected to Work After Hours Is Good – Up to a Point
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Staying Connected to Work After Hours Is Good – Up to a Point

Too much after-hours connectivity to work leads to poorer job performance, a study says.

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...

Big Tech Employees Are TikToking on the Job. Their Bosses Don't Like It
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Big Tech Employees Are TikToking on the Job. Their Bosses Don't Like It

Tech industry workers are racking up millions of views on TikTok lifestyle vlogs documenting their workdays. Employers are wrestling with policies on what is and...

UW Computer Science Professor Wins MacArthur 'Genius Grant'
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UW Computer Science Professor Wins MacArthur 'Genius Grant'

University of Washington computer science professor Yejin Choi has been awarded a 2022 "genius grant" fellowship by the MacArthur Foundation.

Claims AI Can Boost Workplace Diversity Are 'Spurious and Dangerous'
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Claims AI Can Boost Workplace Diversity Are 'Spurious and Dangerous'

A report on AI tools said to cancel out human biases against gender and ethnicity during workplace recruitment are little better than an "automated pseudoscience...

You're Going Back to the Office. Your Boss Isn't
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You're Going Back to the Office. Your Boss Isn't

Many managers are continuing to work remotely, while at the same time ordering employees back to the office. Employees are getting angry and fighting back.

Scientists Hit Their Creative Peak Early in Their Careers
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Scientists Hit Their Creative Peak Early in Their Careers

Scientists overall are most innovative and creative early in their careers, a new study says.

Some Colleges Are Teaming Up to Survive
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Some Colleges Are Teaming Up to Survive

Smaller colleges facing declining student enrollment are sharing courses online in order to survive.

The End of Programming
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The End of Programming

The end of classical computer science is coming, and most of us are dinosaurs waiting for the meteor to hit.

These Remote Tech Workers Secretly Juggle Multiple Jobs
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These Remote Tech Workers Secretly Juggle Multiple Jobs

Working from home makes it easier to take on several full-time posts. Some tech workers are able to accept and juggle multiple roles.

RIKEN's Matsuoka Wins 2022 IEEE Seymour Cray Award
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RIKEN's Matsuoka Wins 2022 IEEE Seymour Cray Award

Satoshi Matsuoka, director of RIKEN Center for Computational Science, has been named recipient of the 2022 IEEE Computer Society Seymour Cray Computer Engineering...
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