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Silicon Valley Beckoned, But He Went Home to Delaware
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Silicon Valley Beckoned, But He Went Home to Delaware

MIT senior Max Williamson could have chosen a path toward Silicon Valley, but instead is using his background in computer science to tackle public policy issues...

Researchers Team With Tech Firms on Grid-Tied Energy Storage
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Researchers Team With Tech Firms on Grid-Tied Energy Storage

A U.S. Department of Energy grant pairs two Binghamton University professors with two tech firms trying to better capture and store the electric power generated...

U.S. Is 'Faltering' in Workforce Digital Skills: ITIF Report
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U.S. Is 'Faltering' in Workforce Digital Skills: ITIF Report

An ITIF report condemns the lack of digital skills among U.S. workers and recommends sweeping policy changes, including boosting computer science training in high...

Chinese Students Rescue Quantum Computer from Late-Night Disaster
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Chinese Students Rescue Quantum Computer from Late-Night Disaster

Water leaking through the ceiling of a Chinese national research facility might have destroyed a new-generation quantum computer under construction if not for the...

Online Guide Helps Researchers Spot Predatory Publishers and Conferences
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Online Guide Helps Researchers Spot Predatory Publishers and Conferences

McMaster University Library is offering an online research guide to help the research community spot predatory publishers or conferences.

North Korea Holds Nationwide Programming Competition
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North Korea Holds Nationwide Programming Competition

North Korea has opened a nationwide computer programming competition aimed at cultivating talent to lead the country's information and technology development, a...

Kids and Teens Believe Girls Aren't Interested in Computer Science
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Kids and Teens Believe Girls Aren't Interested in Computer Science

Children as young as age six develop ideas that girls are less interested than boys in computer science and engineering — stereotypes that can extend into the late...

Why Colleges Are Giving Up on Remote Education
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Why Colleges Are Giving Up on Remote Education

Remote learning is consistently shown to yield lower grades and lower engagement. Students don't love it either.

DHS Announces Program to Attract and Retain Cybersecurity Talent
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DHS Announces Program to Attract and Retain Cybersecurity Talent

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has launched a program to find and hire cybersecurity professionals.

U.S. Funding Will Create Openly Licensed Computer Science Textbooks
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U.S. Funding Will Create Openly Licensed Computer Science Textbooks

OpenStax and 12 collaborators have received $1.13 million in funding from the U.S. Department of Education to create three free, openly licensed textbooks for computer...

AI Maker Space Lets CMU Students 'Sharpen the Cutting Edge of AI'
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AI Maker Space Lets CMU Students 'Sharpen the Cutting Edge of AI'

Carnegie Mellon University has opened an artificial intelligence maker space for students and researchers to advance computer vision, speech recognition, and other...

Why Aren't Professors Taught to Teach?
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Why Aren't Professors Taught to Teach?

Professors are experts in their subject matters but many have limited training in actually teaching their students.

Tech VIPs Auction Twitter 'Follows' to Support CS Education
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Tech VIPs Auction Twitter 'Follows' to Support CS Education

Tech sector leaders and luminaries are uniting to support Code.org and Hour of Code by auctioning off a Twitter "follow," with proceeds benefiting efforts to increase...

Scholars Debate How to Improve Open Access
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Scholars Debate How to Improve Open Access

While open-access science has made research available worldwide, some scholars worry that misinformation, fraud, and politicization have become rampant in a system...

Pamela McCorduck, Historian of AI, Dies at 80
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Pamela McCorduck, Historian of AI, Dies at 80

Pamela McCorduck, who authored a history of the first two decades of artificial intelligence (AI), has died at 80.

Giving Robots Social Skills
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Giving Robots Social Skills

MIT researchers have incorporated social interactions into a framework for robotics, enabling machines to estimate whether their actions will help or hinder another...

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.

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...

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...
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