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Developers Should Use Memory-Safe Languages, Report Says
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Developers Should Use Memory-Safe Languages, Report Says

Developers should commit to using memory-safe languages for new products and tools, according to a study from Consumer Reports, which provided a set of recommendations...

Josh Sweat, 'Nerdy' Eagles DE, Builds Computers From Scratch
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Josh Sweat, 'Nerdy' Eagles DE, Builds Computers From Scratch

Josh Sweat, the 25-year-old pass-rusher for the Philadelpha Eagles, has built 20 computers from scratch over the past decade.

The People Behind the Patents
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The People Behind the Patents

MITRE, which has been granted more than 270 patents through the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, believes "innovation lies at the intersection of diversity and...

Tech Companies Are Helping Landlords Evict Tenants
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Tech Companies Are Helping Landlords Evict Tenants

Housing advocates and surveillance experts say "smart home" technologies are being explicitly marketed to landlords as a way to evict tenants and raise rents.

Machine Learning Could Create the Perfect Game Bosses
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Machine Learning Could Create the Perfect Game Bosses

Romain Trachel and Alexandre Peyrot, machine-learning specialists at Eidos-Sherbrooke, have demonstrated a game tool that combines machine learning with a feature...

Study Finds AI-Assisted Code Is More Likely to be Buggy
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Study Finds AI-Assisted Code Is More Likely to be Buggy

Computer scientists from Stanford University have found that programmers who accept help from AI tools like Github Copilot produce less secure code than those who...

Astronauts Get Medical Training by Playing Video Games
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Astronauts Get Medical Training by Playing Video Games

SpaceX has partnered with Level Ex to use video games to train the crew of the upcoming Polaris Dawn spaceflight to perform medical ultrasound procedures.

Cybersecurity Firms Reduce Staff
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Cybersecurity Firms Reduce Staff

Cybersecurity service and technology providers have laid off hundreds of workers in recent months, including workers in technical roles.

Jumpstarting the Future Quantum Workforce
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Jumpstarting the Future Quantum Workforce

The Quantum Systems Accelerator's outreach efforts in quantum information science are especially pioneering at the high-school level, which traditionally has not...

Man Simulates Time Travel Using Generative AI Model
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Man Simulates Time Travel Using Generative AI Model

A social media user known as Stelfie the Time Traveller has been crafting a time-hopping travelogue using the Stable Diffusion generative AI model, inserting himself...

Skilled Tech Workers Snapped Up Despite Downturn
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Skilled Tech Workers Snapped Up Despite Downturn

Despite layoffs at over 900 tech companies this year, skilled tech workers with experience in artificial intelligence and data science remain in high demand in...

Computer Vision Tech Assesses Proper Mask Wearing
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Computer Vision Tech Assesses Proper Mask Wearing

Researchers from Brigham and Women's Hospital and MIT used a computer vision algorithm in a system to measure adherence to and provide real-time feedback on mask...

The Highest-Paying College Majors in 2022, Ranked
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The Highest-Paying College Majors in 2022, Ranked

PayScale's annual ranking of the highest-paying college majors ranks electrical engineering and computer science at No. 1.

Wearable Devices Accurately Predict Fitness Levels
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Wearable Devices Accurately Predict Fitness Levels

Scientists at the University of Cambridge used wearable devices to accurately measure the fitness of individuals without requiring the users to exercise.

Team's Vibration Energy Harvester Could Charge Wearable Devices
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Team's Vibration Energy Harvester Could Charge Wearable Devices

Osaka Metropolitan University scientists have developed a vibration energy harvester that can amplify power generated from human walking and could lead to self-charging...

Researchers Win Gordon Bell Special Prize for Models that Track COVID Variants
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Researchers Win Gordon Bell Special Prize for Models that Track COVID Variants

Scientists from Argonne National Laboratory and their collaborators have won the 2022 Gordon Bell Special Prize for High Performance Computing-Based COVID-19 Research...

Book Identifies 26 Lines of Code That Changed the World
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Book Identifies 26 Lines of Code That Changed the World

"'You Are Not Expected to Understand This:' How 26 Lines of Code Changed the World," a book edited by Torie Bosch, questions belief in the objective and infallible...

Who Is Hiring Software Engineers and Engineering Managers?
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Who Is Hiring Software Engineers and Engineering Managers?

A Google Sheet containing a list of over 700 companies shows firms that are currently hiring software engineers and engineering managers.

Designing and Programming Living Computers
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Designing and Programming Living Computers

Scientists from Technion-Israel Institute of Technology and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology collaborated to create genetic "devices" designed to perform...

Robots Help Recruit Tech-Savvy Workers
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Robots Help Recruit Tech-Savvy Workers

Some companies see warehouse-floor automation as helping them onboard tech-savvy workers and managers as part of their efforts to reduce headcount, lower costs,...
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