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Harnessing Online Digital Data and AI to Monitor Biodiversity
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Harnessing Online Digital Data and AI to Monitor Biodiversity

Random information posted online could be used to generate data on biodiversity and  conservation.

Studies With More Diverse Teams of Authors Get More Citations
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Studies With More Diverse Teams of Authors Get More Citations

Research by teams of authors of diverse internationality and gender receive more citations and have higher impact factors, according to a study published in the...

Online Images Amplify Gender Bias
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Online Images Amplify Gender Bias

The rising use of images in online media and platforms significantly exacerbates gender bias, both in its statistical prevalence and its psychological impact, researchers...

Personal Tragedy Drives Student to Create Autonomous Delivery Robot
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Personal Tragedy Drives Student to Create Autonomous Delivery Robot

Ebtehal Alotaibi, a student at the University of Edinburgh, used a personal tragedy as motivation to build an autonomous vehicle.

AI Is Starting to Threaten White-Collar Jobs
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AI Is Starting to Threaten White-Collar Jobs

Artificial intelligence is coming for white-collar and managerial jobs, many of which might never come back, corporate executives and consultants say.

Google Scholar Is Manipulatable
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Google Scholar Is Manipulatable

Researchers created a reasonable-looking Google Scholar account for a fake author and identified instances of citation manipulation in which authors purchase citations...

Scientist Use Six-Month-Old Baby to Train AI Model
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Scientist Use Six-Month-Old Baby to Train AI Model

Researchers at New York University strapped a headcam recorder onto a six-month-old child and used the data to train an AI model in an effort to learn how children...

Professors Cautious of Tools to Detect AI-Generated Writing
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Professors Cautious of Tools to Detect AI-Generated Writing

Many in higher education are taking a wait and see approach to AI-detection tools over concerns about their accuracy.

Could AI Help or Hurt Scientific Research Articles?
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Could AI Help or Hurt Scientific Research Articles?

Published research examines whether ChatGPT can be used to assist in writing credible, peer-reviewed, scientific review articles.

Tech Layoffs Continue as Industry Resets for AI
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Tech Layoffs Continue as Industry Resets for AI

The drumbeat of job cuts in the tech industry continues as excitement about AI has companies shifting resources away from other efforts and, in some cases, increase...

GitHub Data Shows Fastest-Growing Countries for Software Development
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GitHub Data Shows Fastest-Growing Countries for Software Development

GitHub has released new data tracking developer accounts by country, which shows a rising tide of programming in Bangladesh, Nigeria, Pakistan, and other countries...

Why You Should Make Every Effort To Have Fun In Business
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Why You Should Make Every Effort To Have Fun In Business

People who have fun at work are more innovative, as well as happier, writes Martin Zwilling, founder and CEO of Startup Professionals.

Google Is Trying to Make Teachers' Lives Easier With AI
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Google Is Trying to Make Teachers' Lives Easier With AI

Google is giving its Google For Education tools an AI boost, offering resources to help educators and students improve their teaching and learning.

Why Is Big Tech Still Cutting Jobs?
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Why Is Big Tech Still Cutting Jobs?

Profits are up and the economy is strong. But job cuts at the tech industry's largest companies continued in January 2024.

The AI-Fueled Future of Work Needs Humans More Than Ever
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The AI-Fueled Future of Work Needs Humans More Than Ever

AI is elbowing its way into ever more jobs, but while how we work will change, people skills will still be the most important factor.

Data Science Major Takes Off
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Data Science Major Takes Off

Data science majors have taken off across U.S. college campuses aided by rising demand and the field's cross-disciplinary focus.

Few Companies Follow New York City's AI Hiring Law
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Few Companies Follow New York City's AI Hiring Law

Only 18 of nearly 400 examined employers are meeting New York City's requirment to disclosed how AI algorithms influence their hiring decisions, according to researchers...

2023 ACM Fellows Celebrated for Contributions to Computing That Underpin Our Daily Lives
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2023 ACM Fellows Celebrated for Contributions to Computing That Underpin Our Daily Lives

Members of the global society are hailed for their work, including advances to AI Technologies, the World Wide Web, graphics, cybersecurity, mobile computing, and...

Japan Turns to Innovation to Tackle Labor Crisis
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Japan Turns to Innovation to Tackle Labor Crisis

Japan, the world's fastest-aging economy, is turning to technologies like AI, avatars, and robots to address labor shortages.

Study Suggests AI Puts Downward Pressure on Code Quality
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Study Suggests AI Puts Downward Pressure on Code Quality

Generative AI may boost code development, but could also be detrimental to overall code quality, according to research from GitClear.
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