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Engineering Students Develop Battery Charging System for Soldiers
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Engineering Students Develop Battery Charging System for Soldiers

Electrical engineering students at the University of West Florida have developed a charging method that uses the motion of soliders as they walk to help charge...

Projects Will Explore AI-Augmented Management and Productivity
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Projects Will Explore AI-Augmented Management and Productivity

MIT's Stephen A. Schwarzman College of Computing has awarded seed grants to seven projects that are exploring how artificial intelligence and human-computer interaction...

Online Safety Message Failing to Get Through to Women
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Online Safety Message Failing to Get Through to Women

Researchers at King's College London and the University of Westminster found that advice about cybersecurity and privacy is not getting through to women, making...

Ranking the Best Computer Scientists
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Ranking the Best Computer Scientists

The 9th edition of Research.com ranking of the best scientists in the field of Computer Science is based on data consolidated from various data sources including...

Researchers Poke Holes in Chatbot Safety Controls
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Researchers Poke Holes in Chatbot Safety Controls

The safety measures of leading chatbots can be circumvented to generate nearly unlimited amounts of harmful information, according to a report on adversarial attacks...

The Workers at the Frontlines of the AI Revolution
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The Workers at the Frontlines of the AI Revolution

Software developers and other outsourced workers are early adopters of generative AI tools which are changing demand for their work and the stability of their income...

AI Content Detectors Discriminate Against Non-Native English Speakers
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AI Content Detectors Discriminate Against Non-Native English Speakers

Computer programs used to detect essays, job applications, and other work generated by artificial intelligence can discriminate against people who are non-native...

Professor Says ChatGPT Tool Can Code and Make Graphs 'in Seconds'
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Professor Says ChatGPT Tool Can Code and Make Graphs 'in Seconds'

ChatGPT's new plugin for writing code, Code Interpreter, is making "the strongest case yet for a future where AI is a valuable companion for sophisticated knowledge...

Digital vs. Paper Calendar: Which Is Better for Planning?
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Digital vs. Paper Calendar: Which Is Better for Planning?

Researchers studied digital calendars and paper calendars to determine which leads to better planning and higher efficiency. Their work is published in the Journal...

ChatGPT Is Reshaping Crowd Work
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ChatGPT Is Reshaping Crowd Work

Workers on Amazon Mechanical Turk and other crowd-work platforms are the latest group to face accusations of using large language models like ChatGPT as a shortcut...

Up to 20 Percent of Time Is Wasted on Computer Problems
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Up to 20 Percent of Time Is Wasted on Computer Problems

Up to 20 percent of time spent on computers is wasted on systems that do not work, are difficult to understand, or cannot be made to perform a wanted task, according...

Researchers Analyze What Makes Remote Work Successful
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Researchers Analyze What Makes Remote Work Successful

Researchers Munmun De Choudhury and Mohit Chandra at Georgia Institute of Technology analyzed employee review data from Glassdoor to determine why remote work is...

How Big Tech Embraced Disabled Users
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How Big Tech Embraced Disabled Users

Big tech companies are quietly rolling out services for users with disabilities or sensory impairments.

From UX to Product: An Intentional Career Route
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From UX to Product: An Intentional Career Route

My mother, a stroke-sufferer since her early 20s, is challenged both physically and cognitively. Thus, I was compelled at a young age to study technology and learn...

Intel One Mono Font Designed With and For Low-Vision Developers
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Intel One Mono Font Designed With and For Low-Vision Developers

Intel and Frere-Jones Type designed Intel One Mono with a panel of visually impaired developers. The result is an idiosyncratic monospace font.

ChatGPT Took Their Jobs. Now They Walk Dogs and Fix Air Conditioners
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ChatGPT Took Their Jobs. Now They Walk Dogs and Fix Air Conditioners

Artificial intelligence chatbots are coming after high-paying jobs of writers of marketing and social media content.

Can Charismatic Robots Help Teams Be More Creative?
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Can Charismatic Robots Help Teams Be More Creative?

Students given a task by a social robot with a voice programmed to be engaging and inspiring performed better and were more creative than students who received...

Writing With an Opinionated AI Language Model Can Shift Users' Views
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Writing With an Opinionated AI Language Model Can Shift Users' Views

Artificial intelligence-powered writing assistants impact not only what users write, but also what they think, according to research presented at the 2023 CHI Conference...

Wearables Measure Workers' Resilience
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Wearables Measure Workers' Resilience

Machine learning models applied to data collected from wearable devices can identify an individual's degree of resilience and well-being, according to investigators...

So Many Ways to Communicate at Work, So Many Ways to Misfire
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So Many Ways to Communicate at Work, So Many Ways to Misfire

Workplaces have become saturated with ways to communicate, giving rise to mistakes, misunderstandings, and potential conflict.
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