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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...

Scientists Use Machine Learning to Accelerate Materials Discovery
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Scientists Use Machine Learning to Accelerate Materials Discovery

Scientists at Argonne National Laboratory have demonstrated an automated process for identifying and exploring promising new materials by combining machine learning...

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...

These Job-Training Programs Work, and May Show Others the Way
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These Job-Training Programs Work, and May Show Others the Way

There is a growing track record of success for nonprofit, comprehensive job-training programs that are attuned to the hiring needs of business but go well beyond...

Preparing the Next Cyber Defenders
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Preparing the Next Cyber Defenders

The California State University system is working to address an estimated workforce gap of more than 700,000 cybersecurity jobs in the United States by accelerating...

Chinese Academics in U.S. Increasingly Going Home Out of Fear
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Chinese Academics in U.S. Increasingly Going Home Out of Fear

The China Initiative, a 2018 probe of academic and economic spying begun by then-President Donald Trump, has driven up the number of Chinese-born academics departing...

Schools Get Creative with Computer Science Teaching
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Schools Get Creative with Computer Science Teaching

Ohio's educational institutions are mobilizing to improve how they teach computer science to kids in K-12 schools.

Their Friends Got Laid Off. Meet Silicon Valley's Rattled 'Survivors'
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Their Friends Got Laid Off. Meet Silicon Valley's Rattled 'Survivors'

Surviving layoffs brings its own set of unfamiliar challenges. Employees describe everything from doubled workloads, cratered morale and productivity, to feelings...

Private Profiles Are Now Generally Available on GitHub
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Private Profiles Are Now Generally Available on GitHub

Private profiles are now generally available on GitHub, enabling users to turn their profile "private," giving them control over features that share user data across...

Software Robots Are Gaining Ground in White-Collar Office World
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Software Robots Are Gaining Ground in White-Collar Office World

The latest wave of automation is building on advances in artificial intelligence and machine-learning that allow computers to perform tasks and make some of the...

How Introductory Courses Deter Minority Students from STEM Degrees
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How Introductory Courses Deter Minority Students from STEM Degrees

Minority students who earn low grades in introductory STEM classes are less likely to earn degrees in these subjects than similar White students, according to a...

Nearly Half of Young Tech Workers Have Negative Experience
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Nearly Half of Young Tech Workers Have Negative Experience

Wiley Edge's second annual "Diversity in Tech" report paints a stark picture for young tech workers. Only 24% of workers aged 18-to-24 describe their experience...

How Employers Can Head Off 'Quiet Quitting'
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How Employers Can Head Off 'Quiet Quitting'

Companies can address "quiet quitting" among employees by ensuring employees spend time with other people who identify with the company, according to a study from...

Tim Cook: 'No Good Excuse' for Lack of Women in Tech
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Tim Cook: 'No Good Excuse' for Lack of Women in Tech

Apple chief executive Tim Cook says there are still "not enough women at the table" at the world's tech firms and that there are "no good excuses" for the lack...

Philadelphia Tech Salaries See Biggest Jump in the U.S.
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Philadelphia Tech Salaries See Biggest Jump in the U.S.

Tech salaries in Philadelphia grew fastest this year than in Silicon Valley and other U.S. metro areas, rising nearly 12% to $142,000 compared with 15 other locations...

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...

Chula Chatbot Serves As an Education and Career Coach
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Chula Chatbot Serves As an Education and Career Coach

The EmpowerMe chatbot developed by lecturers at Chulalongkorn University is designed to serve as an education and career coach for learners and students.

Teaching Robots To Be Team Players With Nature
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Teaching Robots To Be Team Players With Nature

Researchers have harnessed the self-organization skills required to reap the benefits of natural swarms for robotic applications in artificial intelligence, computing...

Four-Day Workweek Brings No Loss of Productivity, Companies Say
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Four-Day Workweek Brings No Loss of Productivity, Companies Say

Most of the companies participating in a four-day workweek pilot program in Britain said they had seen no loss of productivity during the experiment, and in some...

Wipro Fires 300 Employees Moonlighting for Competitors
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Wipro Fires 300 Employees Moonlighting for Competitors

IT services giant Wipro has fired 300 employees in recent months who were found to be moonlighting for competitors, a practice that has gained momentum as companies...
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