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If You're A Facebook User, You're Also a Research Subject
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If You're A Facebook User, You're Also a Research Subject

The professor was incredulous.

Universities and Foxconn Create International Internship Program
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Universities and Foxconn Create International Internship Program

The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Foxconn Technology Group, and Chung Yuan Christian University in Taiwan have created a co-op program in which UWM engineering...

Car Insurers Warn on 'Autonomous' Vehicles
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Car Insurers Warn on 'Autonomous' Vehicles

The motor insurance industry is warning carmakers against the use of the word "autonomous" in their marketing.

Two Critical U.S. Dams at High Risk From Insider Cyber Threats
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Two Critical U.S. Dams at High Risk From Insider Cyber Threats

The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, a part of the Interior Department, operates more than 600 of the some 100,000 dams in the United States, five of which are considered...

Computer Science Students Honored for Humanizing Robots With Humor
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Computer Science Students Honored for Humanizing Robots With Humor

Three Stanford computer science students developed a model that can detect humor in spoken language and predict when a conversational agent should respond with...

Self-Driving Cars Likely Won't Steal Your Job (Until 2040)
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Self-Driving Cars Likely Won't Steal Your Job (Until 2040)

The self-driving robots are coming to transform your job. Kind of. Also, very slowly.

Asteroids and Adversaries: Challenging What NASA Knows About Space Rocks
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Asteroids and Adversaries: Challenging What NASA Knows About Space Rocks

Thousands of asteroids are passing through Earth's neighborhood all the time.

The Most Common Route to CEO? Computer Science Degree Helps
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The Most Common Route to CEO? Computer Science Degree Helps

LinkedIn traced the path many CEOs took on their way to leading the C-suite and found that most were computer science majors, followed by economics and business...

ISTE's Updated Computer Science Standards Will Reflect a 'New Era' of the Discipline
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ISTE's Updated Computer Science Standards Will Reflect a 'New Era' of the Discipline

The International Society for Technology and Education (ISTE) is creating new computer science standards for educators and is accepting feedback on the draft standards...

Technology and Satellite Companies Open Up a World of Data
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Technology and Satellite Companies Open Up a World of Data

Samapriya Roy remembers when it would take him up to an hour to download a single 1-gigabyte image taken by the Landsat Earth-imaging satellites. 

A Faster Way to Fail
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A Faster Way to Fail

University of California, Riverside engineer Sheldon Tan builds electronic circuits just to break them as quickly as possible in order to test their reliability...

Teaching Robots How to Move Objects
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Teaching Robots How to Move Objects

Amazon Robotics Challenge winner Maria Bauza helps to improve how robots interact with the world.

ZTE's Near-Collapse May Be China's Sputnik Moment
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ZTE's Near-Collapse May Be China's Sputnik Moment

Once derided as a technology backwater and copycat, China is justifiably proud of its technology boom.

Systemic Changes Needed to Address Sexual Harassment in Academia, Report Says
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Systemic Changes Needed to Address Sexual Harassment in Academia, Report Says

A system-wide change to the culture and climate in higher education is needed to prevent and effectively respond to sexual harassment, says a new report from the...

Squashing Cyberbullying
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Squashing Cyberbullying

Researchers at University of Colorado Boulder use computing tools to scan social media data and alert administrators or parents when abuse has occurred.

On A Mission To Build The Uncrashable Car
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On A Mission To Build The Uncrashable Car

Ryan Eustice and his team at the Toyota Research Institute are using artificial intelligence technologies to develop a car incapable of causing accidents.

Marine Corps Weighs Wooing Older Members for New Cyber Force
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Marine Corps Weighs Wooing Older Members for New Cyber Force

The head of the Marine Corps says it's time the U.S. military branch known for its fierce, young warriors becomes a little more mature.

Artificial Intelligence Is Booming, but Can the FDA Keep Up?
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Artificial Intelligence Is Booming, but Can the FDA Keep Up?

The use of artificial intelligence in medicine is evolving so quickly that experts fear the FDA, which is still trying to develop a process for regulating AI, won't...

ORNL Launches Summit Supercomputer
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ORNL Launches Summit Supercomputer

The U.S. Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory has unveiled the Summit supercomputer with a peak performance of 200 petaflops, eight times more powerful...

The U-2 Spy Plane Is Still Flying Combat Missions 60 Years After Its Debut
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The U-2 Spy Plane Is Still Flying Combat Missions 60 Years After Its Debut

Six decades after the U-2 flew its first mission, the military is trying to harness artificial-intelligence technology to enhance the venerable spy plane's combat...
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