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Microsoft Announces Female Founders Competition Finalists
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Microsoft Announces Female Founders Competition Finalists

M12, Microsoft's venture fund, announced 10 finalists for the Female Founders Competition, a global search to find and fund innovative female-founded startups....

Playing Catch-Up, Germany Throws Money at AI
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Playing Catch-Up, Germany Throws Money at AI

Germany plans to invest more than 3 billion euros ($3.39 million) by 2025 to beef up its artificial intelligence capabilities and appoint 100 professors to lecture...

Sci-Fi Movies Are the Secret Weapon that Could Help Silicon Valley Grow Up
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Sci-Fi Movies Are the Secret Weapon that Could Help Silicon Valley Grow Up

If there's one line that stands the test of time in Steven Spielbergs 1993 classic "Jurassic Park," it's probably Jeff Goldblum's exclamation, "Your scientists...

Laser Metal Printing Technique Keeps Computer Chips About 10 Degrees Cooler
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Laser Metal Printing Technique Keeps Computer Chips About 10 Degrees Cooler

Researchers at Binghamton University have developed a manufacturing technique that will keep electronics cooler by 10 degrees Celsius, which will save power and...

Real-World IT vs. Computer Science: How Colleges Are Morphing
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Real-World IT vs. Computer Science: How Colleges Are Morphing

Colleges are experimenting to modernize computer science education to instill graduates with skills corporate IT leaders want in areas like the cloud, AI, and data...

Topic Modeling Tapped to Improve Mobile Apps
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Topic Modeling Tapped to Improve Mobile Apps

A research team's text-mining method aggregates and parses customer reviews to help developers improve mobile apps.

'Reprogrammed' Stem Cells Implanted Into Patient with Parkinson's Disease
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'Reprogrammed' Stem Cells Implanted Into Patient with Parkinson's Disease

Japanese neurosurgeons have implanted 'reprogrammed' stem cells into the brain of a patient with Parkinson's disease for the first time.

AI Can Now Catch Lies on Your Expense Report
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AI Can Now Catch Lies on Your Expense Report

One employee traveling for work checked his dog into a kennel and billed it to his boss as a hotel expense. Another charged yoga classes to the corporate credit...

New Research Center to Explore Spintronics Materials for Advanced Computing
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New Research Center to Explore Spintronics Materials for Advanced Computing

The University of Minnesota College of Science and Engineering will lead and house a new $10.3 million Center for Spintronic Materials in Advanced Information Technologies...

How The U.S. Is Losing The A.I. Technology War
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How The U.S. Is Losing The A.I. Technology War

The U.S. is poised to lose perhaps the most important technology war in its history. 

U.S. Systems Lead TOP500 Supercomputers List
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U.S. Systems Lead TOP500 Supercomputers List

The newly released TOP500 list includes five U.S. Department of Energy supercomputers in the top 10 positions, with the first two captured by Summit at Oak Ridge...

STEM Firms to Run U.K. National Center for Computing Education
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STEM Firms to Run U.K. National Center for Computing Education

U.K. companies in the science, technology, engineering, and math sectors will work together to create and lead a U.K. National Center for Computing Education.

France to 'Embed' Regulators at Facebook in Fight Against Hate Speech
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France to 'Embed' Regulators at Facebook in Fight Against Hate Speech

In the first move of its kind, Facebook will allow a small number of French regulators to "embed" inside the company and examine how the social media giant combats...

Upgraded US Supercomputers Claim Top Two Spots on Top500 List
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Upgraded US Supercomputers Claim Top Two Spots on Top500 List

The US now can claim the top two machines on a list of the 500 fastest supercomputers, as Sierra, an IBM machine for nuclear weapons research at Lawrence Livermore...

Samsung Is Building Software to Control Your TV with Your Brain
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Samsung Is Building Software to Control Your TV with Your Brain

Samsung has created smart TV software you can control with your brainwaves.

Google in China: When 'Don't Be Evil' Met the Great Firewall
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Google in China: When 'Don't Be Evil' Met the Great Firewall

If you're planning on moving to China anytime soon, here's a piece of advice: Get yourself a WeChat account.

In the Age of A.I., Is Seeing Still Believing?
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In the Age of A.I., Is Seeing Still Believing?

In 2011, Hany Farid, a photo-forensics expert, received an e-mail from a bereaved father.

A Robot Scientist Will Dream Up New Materials to Advance Computing and Fight Pollution
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A Robot Scientist Will Dream Up New Materials to Advance Computing and Fight Pollution

In a laboratory that overlooks a busy shopping street in Cambridge, Massachusetts, a robot is attempting to create new materials.

Science Candidates Prevail in US Midterm Elections
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Science Candidates Prevail in US Midterm Elections

Results from the United States' midterm elections are still pouring in, but a handful of candidates with backgrounds in science or technology have already nabbed...

China's Xi Calls for Global Cooperation to Create 'Fairer' Internet
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China's Xi Calls for Global Cooperation to Create 'Fairer' Internet

China's President Xi Jinping called on Wednesday for greater global cooperation in developing the internet and make it more ""fair and equitable", as Beijing seeks...
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