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Visa Ban Hurts Innovation Edge, U.S. Universities Say
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Visa Ban Hurts Innovation Edge, U.S. Universities Say

Toughened visa requirements for Chinese graduate students and postgraduate researchers are squeezing the flow of talent to U.S. universities.

Scientists Use Supercomputer to Tackle Antibiotic Resistance
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Scientists Use Supercomputer to Tackle Antibiotic Resistance

Scientists tackled the problem of antibiotic resistance by using a supercomputer to redesign existing antibiotics to overcome bacterial resistance mechanisms. ...

Privacy Policy Yanks Popular Software from Chicago Classrooms
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Privacy Policy Yanks Popular Software from Chicago Classrooms

Teachers in Chicago Public Schools are prohibited from using Scratch, Code.org, and Adobe software in classrooms due to the district's interpretation of a new student...

Works Well With Robots?
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Works Well With Robots?

University of Georgia professor Aaron Schecter has received two grants totaling nearly $2 million from the U.S. Army to study the interplay between human and robotic...

Report Sees Post-Pandemic Hiring Rebound for College Grads
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Report Sees Post-Pandemic Hiring Rebound for College Grads

Employers who had slowed recruiting during the pandemic have accelerated efforts to fill pressing needs, with strong hiring growth is expected in computer services...

Undergraduate Fellowship Eyes Inclusive Quantum Workforce
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Undergraduate Fellowship Eyes Inclusive Quantum Workforce

The Open Quantum Initiative has launched an undergraduate fellowship as part of its effort to advocate for and contribute to the development of a diverse and inclusive...

14-Year-Old Finds a Way to Accelerate Calculations Using 'Antiprime' Numbers
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14-Year-Old Finds a Way to Accelerate Calculations Using 'Antiprime' Numbers

Akilan Sankaran, 14, was awarded the $25,000 Samueli Foundation Prize for a computer program he wrote that can calculate "highly divisible numbers," sometimes called...

Firefighting Robots Go Autonomous
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Firefighting Robots Go Autonomous

The tradition-bound firefighting profession is poised for an influx of robotic assistants.

Microsoft to Work with Community Colleges to Fill 250,000 Cyber Jobs
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Microsoft to Work with Community Colleges to Fill 250,000 Cyber Jobs

Microsoft plans to work with community colleges across the United States to fill 250,000 cybersecurity jobs over the next four years.

Computational Scientist to Standardize Biological Data, Make It Searchable
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Computational Scientist to Standardize Biological Data, Make It Searchable

Michigan State University computational scientist Arjun Krishnan is working to standardize data from more than two million biological experiments and make it searchable...

Intel Opens ControlFlag Machine Learning System for Improving Code Quality
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Intel Opens ControlFlag Machine Learning System for Improving Code Quality

Intel has made its ControlFlag software, which uses machine learning to improve code quality, open source and accessible on Github. 

AI Resurrects Ancient Board Games and Makes Them Playable Online
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AI Resurrects Ancient Board Games and Makes Them Playable Online

Researchers from Maastricht University have developed an artificial intelligence that's reconstructed nearly a thousand ancient board games thought lost to history...

How to Expand and Improve CS Education Around the World
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How to Expand and Improve CS Education Around the World

Six recommendations to take CS education to scale at primary and secondary school levels

China In Midst of AI Talent Boom, Turing Award Recipient Says
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China In Midst of AI Talent Boom, Turing Award Recipient Says

The number of people involved in artificial intelligence in China has increased enormously thanks to the government's commitment to developing the booming sector...

Women See Tech Industry as a 'Boys Club,' Report Says
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Women See Tech Industry as a 'Boys Club,' Report Says

Half of women in tech feel the industry is a boys club, but more than 60% see signs of progress in spite of that, according to a new study from AnitaB.org.

Grace Hopper, Minicomputers, and Megabytes
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Grace Hopper, Minicomputers, and Megabytes: It's a Fun Career

In 1963, the British government decided to make the world's most powerful computer. The manufacturer, Ferranti, asked would-be buyers to send their best programmers...

Surfer Robots Look and Move Like Water Bugs
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Surfer Robots Look and Move Like Water Bugs

Hassan Masoud and Mitch Timm at Michigan Technological University and a team of researchers have built a tiny, self-powered robot inspired by water-skimming insects...

Braintrust Network Puts Freelance Tech Jobs on the Blockchain
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Braintrust Network Puts Freelance Tech Jobs on the Blockchain

The decentralized Braintrust network maintained by six different software companies matches employers and freelancers using cryptocurrency and a community-based...

Collaborators Launch AI-Robotics Initiative to Aid Older Adults in Daily Care
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Collaborators Launch AI-Robotics Initiative to Aid Older Adults in Daily Care

University of Massachusetts Lowell researchers are among the scientists behind a new initiative to develop robotics and artificial-intelligence systems designed...

Researchers Look to Put Living Cells on Transistor Chip
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Researchers Look to Put Living Cells on Transistor Chip

Researchers at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln are developing a transistor chip that harnesses the biological responses of living organisms to drive current...
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