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52 Percent of Tech Employees Believe Their Work Environment is Toxic
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52 Percent of Tech Employees Believe Their Work Environment is Toxic

More than half of tech workers called their work environment "toxic" in a recent survey.

Engineers Produce Smallest 3-D Transistor Yet
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Engineers Produce Smallest 3-D Transistor Yet

Researchers from MIT and the University of Colorado fabricated a 3-D transistor that's less than half the size of today's smallest commercial models using a microfabrication...

American Entrepreneurs Who Flocked to China Are Heading Home, Disillusioned
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American Entrepreneurs Who Flocked to China Are Heading Home, Disillusioned

Fifteen years ago in California, a tall technology geek named Steve Mushero started writing a book that predicted the American dream might soon "be found only in...

Initiative Aims to Improve Education, Business With AI
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Initiative Aims to Improve Education, Business With AI

Cornell University and r4 Technologies will collaborate to develop artificial intelligence solutions for education and business and train a new generation of students...

Data Espionage Campaign Targets Professors
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Data Espionage Campaign Targets Professors

Hackers are targeting academics, particularly those with biomedical engineering backgrounds, in an espionage-like campaign to steal data. There is evidence the...

The Knight With 'The Most Fun Job'
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The Knight With 'The Most Fun Job'

Steve Cowley assumed his position as director of the U.S. Department of Energy's Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory on July 1. He was knighted by Queen Elizabeth...

2018 ACM Fellows Honored for Achievements that Underpin the Digital Age
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2018 ACM Fellows Honored for Achievements that Underpin the Digital Age

ACM named 56 members as 2018 ACM Fellows for their significant contributions in areas including computer architecture, mobile networks, robotics, and systems security...

An Inside Look at Apple's Biggest Step Yet in Health Care
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An Inside Look at Apple's Biggest Step Yet in Health Care

Captain America and Black Panther were about to defend Earth from the villain Thanos when Kevin Foley first noticed something was wrong.

How One AI Startup Decided to Embrace Military Work, Despite Controversy
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How One AI Startup Decided to Embrace Military Work, Despite Controversy

A few years ago, Clarifai, a five-year old startup that makes image-recognition software, held a discussion among its workers about two kinds of controversial business...

More Than an Auto-Pilot, AI Charts Its Course in Aviation
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More Than an Auto-Pilot, AI Charts Its Course in Aviation

Ask anyone what they think of when the words "artificial intelligence" and aviation are combined, and it's likely the first things they'll mention are drones.

Support Group: A Place Where Other Employees 'Get It'
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Support Group: A Place Where Other Employees 'Get It'

Theresa Rolfe started a support group at Sandia Labs where employees can discuss family and friends' struggles with addiction.

Dress Measures How Many Times the Wearer Was Groped
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Dress Measures How Many Times the Wearer Was Groped

The Dress For Respect, a garment for the #MeToo era, has sensors sewn in that measure where on the body, and when, the wearer is touched.

With Amazon Coming, Virginia Schools Look to Boost Computer Education
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With Amazon Coming, Virginia Schools Look to Boost Computer Education

With Amazon planning to place a new headquarters in Northern Virginia, educational institutions in the area are preparing to help address an ongoing shortage of...

Accenture Expands Hour of Code Tutorial to 15 Languages
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Accenture Expands Hour of Code Tutorial to 15 Languages

For Computer Science Education Week, Accenture is expanding its Hour of Code introductory computer science tutorial to 15 languages.

The Friendship That Made Google Huge
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The Friendship That Made Google Huge

One day in March of 2000, six of Google's best engineers gathered in a makeshift war room.

Penn State to Help Broaden Participation in STEM Fields
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Penn State to Help Broaden Participation in STEM Fields

Penn State University, Norfolk State University, and Tidewater Community College will form a nanotechnology education coalition to address the underrepresentation...

The Changing Career Landscape In AI
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The Changing Career Landscape In AI

As the application of AI expands, so too do career opportunities.

University Pairs Liberal Arts with Computer Science in New Degree Program
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University Pairs Liberal Arts with Computer Science in New Degree Program

Dominican University of California announced a new degree program that pairs a liberal arts or pre-professional degree with a computer science minor.

Top U.S. Technology Universities Lose Ground in Computer Science and Engineering
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Top U.S. Technology Universities Lose Ground in Computer Science and Engineering

The University of Oxford rose and three prestigious U.S. universities fell in Times Higher Education's latest rankings of the world's top computer science and engineering...

Mars Beckons
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Mars Beckons

The science and technology behind NASA's latest space explorer to land on Mars are so awe-inducing that it's hardly surprising when scientists commenting on the...
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