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CS Program Can't Keep Up with Record Demand from Undergrads
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CS Program Can't Keep Up with Record Demand from Undergrads

Some 7,587 freshman applicants to the University of Washington picked the Paul G. Allen School of Computer Science & Engineering as their top choice for a major...

Large Language Models Will Change Science
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Large Language Models Will Change Science

Advances in natural language processing and large language models are making it possible for machines to understand natural language, including the prose in scientific...

He Dropped Out of School to Learn Robotics. Now He's Teaching STEM Across Ghana
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He Dropped Out of School to Learn Robotics. Now He's Teaching STEM Across Ghana

Jonathan Kennedy Sowah founded a tech club that became InovTech STEM Center, which travels to schools across Ghana to teach students and teachers STEM subjects...

Signs of Trouble Could Mean a Talent Bonanza for Big Tech
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Signs of Trouble Could Mean a Talent Bonanza for Big Tech

After years of fighting to keep engineers and other sought-after employees from leaving for rivals or buzzy startups, big tech companies are increasingly attractive...

AI-Generated Imagery Could Pose a Risk to Research Integrity
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AI-Generated Imagery Could Pose a Risk to Research Integrity

A team of researchers at Xiamen University has expressed alarm at the ease with which bad actors can now generate fake AI imagery for use in research projects. ...

Remote Work Is Fueling IT's Unsustainably High Attrition Rates
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Remote Work Is Fueling IT's Unsustainably High Attrition Rates

Attrition rates for some IT companies have hit between 20% to 30%, which means they are theoretically replacing their entire work force every three-and-a-half years...

Research Suggests Diversity as Key to Human-AI Collaboration
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Research Suggests Diversity as Key to Human-AI Collaboration

New research points to diversity as being a key parameter for making AI systems better collaborators with humans.

NY State Will Give Out Hundreds of Robots as Companions for the Elderly
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NY State Will Give Out Hundreds of Robots as Companions for the Elderly

The State of New York will distribute robot companions to the homes of more than 800 older adults to serve as proactive digital assistants — engaging in small talk...

Digital Workplace Requires a Transformation in How People Think and Work
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Digital Workplace Requires a Transformation in How People Think and Work

CIOs and other IT leaders discussed trends, new technologies, and their vision for the years ahead at MIT's CIO Consortium on Monday.

Computer Code May Help Speed Up Airport Security
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Computer Code May Help Speed Up Airport Security

The challenge of moving passengers and flight crews through airport security quickly while keeping safety precautions in place led to the Open Threat Assessment...

Using Math to Improve Your Workout
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Using Math to Improve Your Workout

Exercise physiologist and University of Montreal Adjunct Professor Guy Thibault is developing a web application for interval training.

U.S. Warns Against North Korean Hackers Posing as IT Freelancers
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U.S. Warns Against North Korean Hackers Posing as IT Freelancers

Skilled software and mobile app developers from the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) are posing as "non-DPRK nationals" in hopes of landing freelance...

Shortage of AI Experts Worsens the Skills Crisis
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Shortage of AI Experts Worsens the Skills Crisis

Slow progress in some countries' adoption of artificial intelligence means businesses can't harness the technology to solve the shortage of labor and skills they...

CS Student Uses TikTok Dance Videos and AI to Generate 3D Avatars
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CS Student Uses TikTok Dance Videos and AI to Generate 3D Avatars

University of Minnesota computer science Ph.D. student Yasamin Jafarian has been using TikTok dance videos as food for a computer algorithm to construct lifelike...

Survey Paints a Disheartening Picture of Cybersecurity Work
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Survey Paints a Disheartening Picture of Cybersecurity Work

A survey of 500 security professionals and software developers at companies in the United States with 2,000 or more employees shows how cybersecurity teams are...

How It Feels to Build a Videogame and Watch It Die
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How It Feels to Build a Videogame and Watch It Die

How do developers feel about working for years on videogames that fail and vanish for reasons beyond their control? "Disappointing and frustrating," one said.

Why Teams and Departments Go Off the Rails
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Why Teams and Departments Go Off the Rails

Two studies examine how counterproductive behaviors and bottom-line thinking spread dysfunction through the workplace, sending teams off the rails and ultimately...

Gender Gap in Seattle Tech Largely the Same Over Past Decade
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Gender Gap in Seattle Tech Largely the Same Over Past Decade

The gender gap in Seattle's tech jobs hasn't changed much in the past decade, and is wider than the national average.

Microsoft Boosts Pay in Effort to Keep Top Talent
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Microsoft Boosts Pay in Effort to Keep Top Talent

Microsoft said it would "nearly double" its salary budget and increase the range of employee stock compensation by at least 25% as it looks to reward its workforce...

IBM and HCBU Cyber Centers to Address Talent Shortage
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IBM and HCBU Cyber Centers to Address Talent Shortage

IBM will establish Cybersecurity Leadership Centers at six historically Black colleges and universities in five southern U.S. states aimed at training underrepresented...
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