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Cigna Uses AI to Check if Patients Are Taking Their Medications
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Cigna Uses AI to Check if Patients Are Taking Their Medications

Health insurer Cigna is expanding an AI-based system it acquired with its purchase of Express Scripts. Early results showed success in helping patients with chronic...

Record Number of NYC Students Receiving Computer Science Education
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Record Number of NYC Students Receiving Computer Science Education

More than 160,000 students in New York City received some form of computer science education during the 2018-2019 school year, a record high, the city's Department...

Tech Workplaces Are Less Popular This Year, Glassdoor Finds
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Tech Workplaces Are Less Popular This Year, Glassdoor Finds

A number of tech names have seen their rankings fall in Glassdoor's annual "Best Places to Work" list. The techlash could harm Big Tech's recruiting and employee...

Team MAVLab Wins $1 Million as Autonomous Drone Racing Champions
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Team MAVLab Wins $1 Million as Autonomous Drone Racing Champions

Team MAVLab, the drone research lab of the Delft University of Technology, won a $1 million cash prize as the leading AlphaPilot team of the 2019 Artificial Intelligence...

Amazon Retrains More of Its Staff For Digital Future
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Amazon Retrains More of Its Staff For Digital Future

Amazon is in the midst of retraining a third of its U.S. workforce to prepare for new types of work. One of the challenges, management experts say, is determining...

Using Computers To View The Unseen
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Using Computers To View The Unseen

A group of scientists from MIT CSAIL has  developed a method that can reconstruct hidden video from the subtle shadows and reflections on an observed pile of clutter...

Scientists See Useful Defects In Potential New Semiconductor
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Scientists See Useful Defects In Potential New Semiconductor

A research team has reported seeing atomic scale defects in beta gallium oxide that could be useful in the way the semiconductor is deployed and functions.

A Few Cities Have Cornered Innovation Jobs. Can That Be Changed?
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A Few Cities Have Cornered Innovation Jobs. Can That Be Changed?

A report found that 13 innovation industries were mainly sited in a handful of urban areas in the U.S.

Some Mobile Game Players' Earnings Top The Average U.S. Salary
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Some Mobile Game Players' Earnings Top The Average U.S. Salary

The top mobile game tournament players in the United States have earned many times the average American salary, OnBuy.com says.

Vacancies for IT Specialists in Germany Doubled Within Two Years
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Vacancies for IT Specialists in Germany Doubled Within Two Years

A study by digital association Bitkom found vacancies for IT specialists in Germany more than doubled to 124,000 over a two-year period.

The Most Copied StackOverflow Java Code Snippet Contains a Bug
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The Most Copied StackOverflow Java Code Snippet Contains a Bug

The most copied StackOverflow Java code snippet of all time is flawed, the snippet's author says.

Why Doctors, Fashion Designers Are Learning Data Analytics, AI
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Why Doctors, Fashion Designers Are Learning Data Analytics, AI

As technology becomes critical to careers and businesses, many outside the technology field are trying to pick up new-age digital skills.

Future Cyberwarriors Face Off in Simulated Cyberattack Competition
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Future Cyberwarriors Face Off in Simulated Cyberattack Competition

Over 100 teams and more than 500 students defend a simulated energy infrastructure from sophisticated cyberattacks at the U.S. Department of Energy's CyberForce...

Biomass Database Enables Better Wildfire and Smoke Predictions
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Biomass Database Enables Better Wildfire and Smoke Predictions

Researchers from the University of Washington and Michigan Technological University have created a comprehensive database of all the wildfire fuels that have been...

Should Santa Deliver by Drone?
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Should Santa Deliver by Drone?

A new routing algorithm anticipates the day trucks and drones cooperate to drop packages at your doorstep quickly and efficiently.

The Rise and Fall of the PlayStation Supercomputers
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The Rise and Fall of the PlayStation Supercomputers

One PlayStation can play a game, but 100 PlayStations can peer into the secrets of the universe.

Jenny Xu's App Helps Students Build Hackathon Teams
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Jenny Xu's App Helps Students Build Hackathon Teams

Jenny Xu, a junior at Stony Brook University, has developed and introduced Hacker Matcher, an app for team building at hackathons.

How One Tech Company Is Tackling The STEM Talent Shortage
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How One Tech Company Is Tackling The STEM Talent Shortage

Email marketing company AWeber invites local high school, middle school, and college students to its offices for educational events throughout the year to teach...

ICE Arrests More Students at Fake STEM University
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ICE Arrests More Students at Fake STEM University

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency has arrested about 250 foreign-born students of a fake university near Detroit that marketed itself as offering...
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