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Robots Could Be Girls' Ticket to Future
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Robots Could Be Girls' Ticket to Future

The University of Southern California is trying to expose young people to robotics and computer science through the robotics open house, an annual event that draws...

Robots Ride to the Rescue Where Workers Can't Be Found
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Robots Ride to the Rescue Where Workers Can't Be Found

When Zbynek Frolik needed new employees to handle surging orders at his cavernous factories in central Bohemia, he fanned advertisements across the Czech Republic...

Hackathons Are Usually Dominated by Men; This One Was Just for Girls
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Hackathons Are Usually Dominated by Men; This One Was Just for Girls

"HeartOnSleeve," "Too Tired to be Tired," "Moodchanger," "Food for Less Thought." If these apps sound like something a teen girl would love, that's because they...

U.S. Top Court Rules that Microsoft Email Privacy Dispute Is Moot
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U.S. Top Court Rules that Microsoft Email Privacy Dispute Is Moot

The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday dismissed Microsoft Corp's (MSFT.O) privacy fight with the Justice Department over whether prosecutors can force technology companies...

The White House Loses Its Cybersecurity Brain Trust
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The White House Loses Its Cybersecurity Brain Trust

Today, the White House confirmed that cybersecurity coordinator Rob Joyce will head back to the National Security Agency, where he previously ran the nation's top...

Forget Tech's Bad Bros: Stanford, Berkeley Boost Female Computing Grads
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Forget Tech's Bad Bros: Stanford, Berkeley Boost Female Computing Grads

More and more women are getting computer science and electrical engineering degrees from the Bay Area's two elite universities, a goal U.S. colleges have been pursuing...

On the Shortage of Computer Science Faculty
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On the Shortage of Computer Science Faculty

To have a functional and sustainable computer science department, Haverford College must hire as many tenure-track faculty members as possible, as soon as possible...

Facebook Ad Feature Claims to Predict User's Future Behaviour
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Facebook Ad Feature Claims to Predict User's Future Behaviour

Facebook has been criticised for hiding an advertising product that claims to be able to predict users' future behaviours and target messages at them in an attempt...

Attacks in UK and Syria Highlight Growing Need for Chemical-Forensics Expertise
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Attacks in UK and Syria Highlight Growing Need for Chemical-Forensics Expertise

As investigations continue into the attempted assassination of a former Russian double agent and his daughter in Britain, findings released this week have renewed...

Cybersecurity Engineering: A New Academic Discipline
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Cybersecurity Engineering: A New Academic Discipline

To encourage students to pursue the next level of cybersecurity education, academia must demonstrate that there is a clear path to better opportunities in terms...

So You Want to Be a . . . Software Developer
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So You Want to Be a . . . Software Developer

Software development is one of the fastest-growing fields in the United States.

Trade War or Not, China Is Closing the Gap on U.S. in Technology IP Race
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Trade War or Not, China Is Closing the Gap on U.S. in Technology IP Race

China's rising investment in research and expansion of its higher education system mean that it is fast closing the gap with the United States in intellectual property...

A Revealer of Secrets in the Data of Life and the Universe
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A Revealer of Secrets in the Data of Life and the Universe

In statistics, abstract math meets real life. To find meaning in unruly sets of raw numbers, statisticians like Donald Richards first look for associations: statistical...

AI Learns a New Trick: Measuring Brain Cells
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AI Learns a New Trick: Measuring Brain Cells

In 2007, I spent the summer before my junior year of college removing little bits of brain from rats, growing them in tiny plastic dishes, and poring over the ...

Student Uses Gaming Technology for Environmental and Scientific Research
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Student Uses Gaming Technology for Environmental and Scientific Research

A Ph.D. student at The University of Manchester has developed a new method and software for using graphic processing units (GPUs) for complex scientific and engineering...

In Age of Amazon, You Could Invest in Tech--or in Warehouses
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In Age of Amazon, You Could Invest in Tech--or in Warehouses

Forget your fancy office towers. The future lies in warehouses.

Grad Student Leads Group on Algorithms and AI for Social Good
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Grad Student Leads Group on Algorithms and AI for Social Good

Founded in 2016, the Mechanism Design for Social Good research group identifies research topics for which algorithmic, mechanism design, and AI techniques have...

Evidence Shows How Digital Technologies Help Illuminate the Humanities
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Evidence Shows How Digital Technologies Help Illuminate the Humanities

Yale University's "Beyond Boundaries" symposium featured recent work of undergraduates, graduate students, postdocs, and faculty and staff members that incorporated...

Volunteer Program Brings Computer Science to Schools
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Volunteer Program Brings Computer Science to Schools

Project manager Eric Hatch volunteers for a program that brings IT and software industry professionals into high school classrooms to teach computer science skills...

Is It Time for Quantum Computing Startups? Maybe
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Is It Time for Quantum Computing Startups? Maybe

IBM is betting on quantum computing, but it can't win without the help of startups. And how long it will take for the bet to pay off is anybody's guess.
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