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As Baby Boomers Retire, German Businesses Turn to Robots
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As Baby Boomers Retire, German Businesses Turn to Robots

As Germany's baby boomers retire, exacerbating the country's labor shortage, many companies are filling job openings with robots.

Do Programming Certifications Still Matter?
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Do Programming Certifications Still Matter?

Experts say programming certifications can streamline the hiring process by distinguishing those committed to learning, career growth, and staying abreast of evolving...

Researchers Test Generative AI's Utility for Accessibility
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Researchers Test Generative AI's Utility for Accessibility

Seven researchers at the University of Washington conducted a three-month autoethnographic study — drawing on their own experiences as people with and without disabilities...

Five Ways to Get People to Buy Into Your Idea At Work
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Five Ways to Get People to Buy Into Your Idea At Work

When you have a great idea, how do you get the ear of senior colleagues without ruffling feathers? Business leaders weigh in.

Cyber Pros Are Seeing Lower Job Security
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Cyber Pros Are Seeing Lower Job Security

Almost half of cybersecurity professionals say that their teams have had cutbacks in spending or personnel in the past year, according to the Cybersecurity Workforce...

Universities Can't Accommodate All the Computer Science Majors
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Universities Can't Accommodate All the Computer Science Majors

Ballooning interest and overcrowded classes have led some universities to limit the number of students who can become computer science majors.

CS Courses Are On the Rise; Girls Are Half As Likely to Take Them
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CS Courses Are On the Rise; Girls Are Half As Likely to Take Them

Wide gaps in computer science enrollment persist despite expanded availability of CS classes in U.S. high schools, according to the 2023 State of Computer Science...

U.S. Gave $30M to Top Chinese Scientist Leading China's AI 'Race'
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U.S. Gave $30M to Top Chinese Scientist Leading China's AI 'Race'

The U.S. government gave at least $30 million in federal grants for research led by Song-Chun Zhu, a scientist who is now at the forefront of China's race to develop...

Computer Scientists Program Robotic Seeing-Eye Dog
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Computer Scientists Program Robotic Seeing-Eye Dog

Binghamton University researchers are developing a robotic seeing-eye dog that's been demonstrated guiding a person down hallways while responding to directional...

Closing the Inclusion Gap in Computer Science
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Closing the Inclusion Gap in Computer Science

Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University students aim to address the lack of diversity in computer science.

Job Hopping Instead of Hustling: Today's Developers Are Likely Looking
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Job Hopping Instead of Hustling: Today's Developers Are Likely Looking

At least 79% of software developers are now looking for, or are open to, a new job compared to the last two years, according to a survey on the state of developer...

India's Telecom Talent Gap Will Widen by 2030, Report Says
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India's Telecom Talent Gap Will Widen by 2030, Report Says

India's current telecom talent gap of 2.41 million workers is expected to multiply by 3.8 times by 2030, according to a report by the Telecom Sector Skill Council...

Want to Achieve Your Goals? Get Angry, Researchers Say
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Want to Achieve Your Goals? Get Angry, Researchers Say

While often perceived as a negative emotion, anger can also be a powerful motivator for people to achieve challenging goals in their lives, according to research...

U.S. Universities Producing the Highest-Paid Computer Engineer Grads
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U.S. Universities Producing the Highest-Paid Computer Engineer Grads

The Burning Glass Institute has published lists of public and private educational institutions whose graduates are the highest paid software engineers and computer...

AI Might Disrupt Math and Computer Science Classes – In A Good Way
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AI Might Disrupt Math and Computer Science Classes – In A Good Way

As schools debate banning AI chatbots, some math and computer science teachers are embracing them to assist with lesson planning and provide feedback to students...

Infosys Founder: India's Youngsters Should Work 70 Hours A Week
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Infosys Founder: India's Youngsters Should Work 70 Hours A Week

Youth in India should work 70 hours a week in order for the country to compete with other economies like China's, Infosys founder N.R. Narayana Murthy said in a...

Female Computer Engineering Students Get Better Grades Than Male Counterparts
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Female Computer Engineering Students Get Better Grades Than Male Counterparts

Female computer engineering students obtain better grades than their male counterparts and prefer more people-oriented specializations, according to a study from...

Moving Beyond Stage-Gate Project Management
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Moving Beyond Stage-Gate Project Management

Eschewing traditional approaches, companies are developing new approaches to managing large projects aimed at creating fundamentally new products or ideas that...

The U.S. Cities With The Most Cutting-Edge Tech Workers
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The U.S. Cities With The Most Cutting-Edge Tech Workers

Seattle has the highest proportion of advanced tech workers with cutting-edge skills, defined as those most in-demand and most well-paid, according to the Burning...

How To Use ChatGPT To Write A Cover Letter
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How To Use ChatGPT To Write A Cover Letter

Whether you've started writing a cover letter and feel stuck or don't even know where to start, ChatGPT can help you produce the cover letter of your dreams.
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