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Preparing Students for the Quantum Information Revolution
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Preparing Students for the Quantum Information Revolution

The current educational system isn't prepared to meet the surging demand for workers, researchers, and teachers who understand and can teach the core concepts in...

Smartphone Sensor Data Might Detect Cannabis Intoxication
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Smartphone Sensor Data Might Detect Cannabis Intoxication

Smartphone sensor data might be able to determine if a person is intoxicated after consuming marijuana, according to a new study.

Fighting Fire With Data Science
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Fighting Fire With Data Science

UC San Diego's appointment of LANL researcher Rodman Linn indicates an approach of using data science to address wildfires.

Successful Startup Teams Mix Business and Friendship, Research Says
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Successful Startup Teams Mix Business and Friendship, Research Says

Startups whose founders like each other due to shared values and experiences, and have the proper complementary skills, can foster better team dynamics and have...

Researchers' AI May Reveal Climate-Change Tipping Points
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Researchers' AI May Reveal Climate-Change Tipping Points

Researchers are developing a deep learning algorithm that could act as an early warning system against runaway climate change.

Computer Science Scholarships Focus on Tribal Nation Building
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Computer Science Scholarships Focus on Tribal Nation Building

The University of Oklahoma has received a nearly $1.5 million U.S. National Science Foundation grant to fund scholarships for indigenous students interested in...

Pandemic Supercharged the Role of Chief Information Officer
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Pandemic Supercharged the Role of Chief Information Officer

The COVID-19 pandemic has supercharged the role of chief information officers, accelerating a shift from backroom technicians to front-office decisionmakers, as...

Compact Amplifier Could Reset Optical Communication
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Compact Amplifier Could Reset Optical Communication

​Researchers at Chalmers University of Technology have demonstrated an optical amplifier that offers high performance, is compact enough to integrate into a chip...

Scientists Develop the Next Generation of Reservoir Computing
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Scientists Develop the Next Generation of Reservoir Computing

Researchers have developed and demonstrated the next generation of reservoir computing, a machine learning approach to processing that requires small training data...

The Pandemic Made the Workweek Longer
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The Pandemic Made the Workweek Longer

The average American's workweek has gotten 10% longer during the pandemic, according to a study of Microsoft workers.

Concerns Lead Some Stanford Students to Say No to Silicon Valley
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Concerns Lead Some Stanford Students to Say No to Silicon Valley

While Silicon Valley's allure remains powerful for many Stanford students, there are also those whose appreciation is tempered by concerns over ethics and corporate...

Open-Source Tool Wins Neural Networks Verification Competition
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Open-Source Tool Wins Neural Networks Verification Competition

A team of researchers from Carnegie Mellon University, Northeastern University, Columbia University, and UCLA won the 2021 International Verification of Neural...

Now We're Cooking With Lasers
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Now We're Cooking With Lasers

Researchers at Columbia Engineering have digitized food creation and cooking processes, using 3D printing technology to tailor food shape and texture and lasers...

Younger Drivers Benefit More from Crash Avoidance Tech
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Younger Drivers Benefit More from Crash Avoidance Tech

Crash avoidance systems, especially those with automatic emergency braking, reduce major insurance claims for drivers under 25 years old more so than for older...

Female Role Models Shape Ph.D. Students' Attitudes on Academic Success
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Female Role Models Shape Ph.D. Students' Attitudes on Academic Success

A new study examines how students' exposure to female academic role models shapes students' attitudes toward their own academic success.

Tech Pros Prioritize Job Training in Hopes of Salary Increase, Survey Says
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Tech Pros Prioritize Job Training in Hopes of Salary Increase, Survey Says

Nearly two-thirds of data and AI professionals prioritized job training over the past year in hopes of a salary increase or promotion, according to the 2021 Data...

Researchers Awarded $4.5 Million to Develop Non-GPS Location Finder
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Researchers Awarded $4.5 Million to Develop Non-GPS Location Finder

The U.S. Army Research Laboratory has awarded the University of Central Florida a $4.5 million grant to develop an AI and machine learning-based vision navigation...

Anna Lytical Is a TikTok Star Teaching Coding In Drag
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Anna Lytical Is a TikTok Star Teaching Coding In Drag

Aiming to demystify STEM subjects and bring much-needed diversity to the field, Anna Lytical teaches coding on YouTube and TikTok.

Robots Readily Adopted In the Aging Workplace, Study Finds
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Robots Readily Adopted In the Aging Workplace, Study Finds

Robots are more widely adopted in places with notably older workers, filling gaps created by a shortage of middle-aged workers in manual production tasks, according...

Algorithm Finds Personalized Sound Zones in Cars for Driver, Passengers
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Algorithm Finds Personalized Sound Zones in Cars for Driver, Passengers

Researchers from Stellantis and Laboratoire d'Acoustique de l'Universite du Mans have developed an algorithm that makes personalized sound zones in vehicles a reality...
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