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International Students Steer Clear of Graduate Programs in the United States
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International Students Steer Clear of Graduate Programs in the United States

The number of international students enrolling in U.S. graduate programs is falling, according to reports from the U.S. Council of Graduate Schools in Washington...

A Look at the Facebook Bug Bounty Program in 2018
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A Look at the Facebook Bug Bounty Program in 2018

Facebook awarded over $1.1M to researchers from more than 100 countries in 2018 as part of its bug bounty program.

The Robots Have Descended on Trump Country
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The Robots Have Descended on Trump Country

The growing use of work robots and the deployment of artificial intelligence have been most disruptive in just those areas of the country that provided President...

The Key to Cracking Long-Dead Languages
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The Key to Cracking Long-Dead Languages

Broken and scorched black by fire, the dense, wedge-shaped marks etched into the ancient clay tablets are only just visible under the soft light at the British...

TTU's First Female Computer Science Ph.D. to Graduate Saturday
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TTU's First Female Computer Science Ph.D. to Graduate Saturday

Rina Singh will make history this Saturday when she graduates as Tennessee Tech University's first female to receive a Ph.D. in engineering with a concentration...

Nine Charts That Really Bring Home Just How Fast AI Is Growing
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Nine Charts That Really Bring Home Just How Fast AI Is Growing

With so much hype surrounding artificial intelligence today, it can be difficult to know where things actually stand. Fortunately, a report (.pdf) issued by a group...

What Student Developers Want In a Job (Hint: It's Not Ping Pong)
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What Student Developers Want In a Job (Hint: It's Not Ping Pong)

Software developers about to enter the workforce are looking for professional learning and work/life balance more than corporate perks, according to a HackerRank...

Inside Huawei's Secret HQ, China Is Shaping the Future
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Inside Huawei's Secret HQ, China Is Shaping the Future

The surprise arrest of Meng Wanzhou, chief financial officer of Huawei Technologies Co., has thrust the company into a political firestorm and deepened a core threat...

Employee Incentives Can Lead to Unethical Behavior, Study Says
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Employee Incentives Can Lead to Unethical Behavior, Study Says

End-of-year bonuses are a double-edged sword that can help motivate and increase employee performance, while also leading to unethical behavior in the workplace...

Researchers Create Sensor Package That Can Ride Aboard a Bumblebee
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Researchers Create Sensor Package That Can Ride Aboard a Bumblebee

Researchers at the University of Washington have created a sensor package that is small enough to ride aboard a bumblebee.

Europe's AI researchers Launch Professional Body Over Fears of Falling Behind
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Europe's AI researchers Launch Professional Body Over Fears of Falling Behind

Some of Europe's top machine-learning researchers have founded an organization to strengthen capacity in artificial intelligence (AI) technology on the continent...

Software Developer Jobs to Increase by More Than 250,000 by 2026
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Software Developer Jobs to Increase by More Than 250,000 by 2026

The number of new software developer jobs will increase by 253,400 in the United States over the next decade, according to The Knowledge Academy.

Start-Ups Aren't Cool Anymore
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Start-Ups Aren't Cool Anymore

A lack of personal savings, competition from abroad, and the threat of another economic downturn make it harder for Millennials to thrive as entrepreneurs.

Europe's Influence Over U.S. Tech Was More Formidable Than Ever in 2018
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Europe's Influence Over U.S. Tech Was More Formidable Than Ever in 2018

The influence of the biggest US tech companies is as powerful in Europe as anywhere else in the world. But what sets Europe apart is that the relationship is, to...

52 Percent of Tech Employees Believe Their Work Environment is Toxic
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52 Percent of Tech Employees Believe Their Work Environment is Toxic

More than half of tech workers called their work environment "toxic" in a recent survey.

Engineers Produce Smallest 3-D Transistor Yet
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Engineers Produce Smallest 3-D Transistor Yet

Researchers from MIT and the University of Colorado fabricated a 3-D transistor that's less than half the size of today's smallest commercial models using a microfabrication...

American Entrepreneurs Who Flocked to China Are Heading Home, Disillusioned
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American Entrepreneurs Who Flocked to China Are Heading Home, Disillusioned

Fifteen years ago in California, a tall technology geek named Steve Mushero started writing a book that predicted the American dream might soon "be found only in...

Initiative Aims to Improve Education, Business With AI
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Initiative Aims to Improve Education, Business With AI

Cornell University and r4 Technologies will collaborate to develop artificial intelligence solutions for education and business and train a new generation of students...

Data Espionage Campaign Targets Professors
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Data Espionage Campaign Targets Professors

Hackers are targeting academics, particularly those with biomedical engineering backgrounds, in an espionage-like campaign to steal data. There is evidence the...
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