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Job Screening Service Halts Facial Analysis of Applicants
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Job Screening Service Halts Facial Analysis of Applicants

HireVue, a provider of software that screens job candidates based on an algorithmic assessment, is killing off the controversial feature of its software that analyzes...

IBM Remains Top Recipient of U.S. Patents in 2020
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IBM Remains Top Recipient of U.S. Patents in 2020

IBM held its long-time place as the top recipient of U.S. patents in 2020 with 9,130 inventions, followed by Samsung, Canon, and Microsoft, according to research...

Crowdsourced Image Classification Will Train AI Models
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Crowdsourced Image Classification Will Train AI Models

A Proof of Concept Grant from the European Research Council for the Picture Pile Platform will provide users with an opportunity to set up and run crowd-sourced...

Machine Learning Could Lop a Year Off Technology Design Cycle
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Machine Learning Could Lop a Year Off Technology Design Cycle

A research team at Sandia National Laboratories has successfully used machine learning to complete cumbersome materials science calculations more than 40,000 times...

Programming the Soon-to-Be World's Fastest Supercomputer
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Programming the Soon-to-Be World's Fastest Supercomputer

The University of Delaware's Sunita Chandrasekaran is leading an international team that is designing an app for the world's fastest supercomputer, set to come...

Two-Thirds of Software Developers Have Increased Use of Low-Code Tools
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Two-Thirds of Software Developers Have Increased Use of Low-Code Tools

Nearly two-thirds of software developers have increased the use of low-code development tools during the pandemic, a Nuxeo survey found.  

Researchers Propose 'Physical AI' As Key To Lifelike Robots
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Researchers Propose 'Physical AI' As Key To Lifelike Robots

Researchers from Imperial College London and the Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology have proposed the combined discipline of "Physical...

Scientists Look to Develop Quantum Sensors for Probing Quantum Materials
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Scientists Look to Develop Quantum Sensors for Probing Quantum Materials

A new U.S. Department of Energy research center will focus on developing tools that operate on quantum principles.

Preparing for The Exascale Era
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Preparing for The Exascale Era

Researchers from across the HPC community are working to develop software tools, codes, and methods that can fully exploit the innovative exascale supercomputers...

NASA Funds Nokia Plan to Build 4G Mobile Network on the Moon
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NASA Funds Nokia Plan to Build 4G Mobile Network on the Moon

NASA will provide $14.1 million in funding to Nokia of America Corp. to build a 4G cellular communication network on the moon, the space agency announced.

NSF Awards $9.15 Million to Develop Bio-Based Electronic Devices
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NSF Awards $9.15 Million to Develop Bio-Based Electronic Devices

Researchers will use a five-year, $9.15 million grant from the U.S. National Science Foundation to develop technologies that use plant-based inks to print low-cost...

Computer Scientists Break Traveling Salesperson Record
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Computer Scientists Break Traveling Salesperson Record

Graduate student Nathan Klein and his advisers at the University of Washington, Anna Karlin and Shayan Oveis Gharan, have achieved a better way to find approximate...

Meet the Computer Scientist Who Helped Push for Paper Ballots
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Meet the Computer Scientist Who Helped Push for Paper Ballots

Award-winning computer scientist and electronic voting expert Barbara Simons has been fighting for secure elections for two decades.

Chinese Scientist Claims to Have Built 60-Qubit Quantum Computer
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Chinese Scientist Claims to Have Built 60-Qubit Quantum Computer

Pan Jianwei, a physicist at the University of Science and Technology of China, claims to have built a quantum computer with 60 qubits.

AI-Based Method Can Identify Health Risks in Future Pregnancies
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AI-Based Method Can Identify Health Risks in Future Pregnancies

A team of researchers from Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center have developed a machine learning approach that automates...

Researchers Look to Quantify the Trustworthiness of Neural Networks
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Researchers Look to Quantify the Trustworthiness of Neural Networks

A tool developed by USC Viterbi Engineering researchers measures the trustworthiness of data and predictions generated by AI algorithms.  

Scientists Use Reinforcement Learning to Train Quantum Algorithm
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Scientists Use Reinforcement Learning to Train Quantum Algorithm

Scientists at Argonne National Laboratory have developed an algorithm based on reinforcement learning to find optimal parameters for the Quantum Approximate Optimization...

Challenge to Scientists: Does Your Ten-Year-Old Code Still Run?
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Challenge to Scientists: Does Your Ten-Year-Old Code Still Run?

The Ten Years Reproducibility Challenge asked scientists to find and re-execute old code written for computationally driven papers published ten or more years ago...

Automated Coding Could Mean Big Changes for Software Developers
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Automated Coding Could Mean Big Changes for Software Developers

Researchers from Intel and MIT have unveiled a machine learning tool that brings developers one step closer to automated coding.

Short on Workers, Shippers Have Robots Pick Up the Slack
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Short on Workers, Shippers Have Robots Pick Up the Slack

The COVID-19 pandemic and the explosion in demand for home-delivered goods means FedEx and other shippers are pushing the limits of what robotic arms can do.
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