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Solutions Proposed for Deluge of Disinformation
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Solutions Proposed for Deluge of Disinformation

A white paper issued by the CRA's Computing Community Consortium outlines steps to help the United States deal with the disinformation that's flooding the Internet...

Hackathon's Winning Students Help the Blind Take Buses
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Hackathon's Winning Students Help the Blind Take Buses

A team of two high school students and five college students won first prize in a charity competition with their project that assists the visually impaired to take...

Machine Learning Model Debunks 'Poverty Line' Concept
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Machine Learning Model Debunks 'Poverty Line' Concept

Mathematicians used machine learning to develop a new consumption-based model for measuring poverty that junks old notions of a fixed international "poverty line...

Finland Closes 90-day Tech Migration Scheme After Thousands Apply
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Finland Closes 90-day Tech Migration Scheme After Thousands Apply

Finland received more than 5,300 applications in one month for its groundbreaking scheme offering foreign tech workers and their families the chance to relocate...

How to Manage Performance Evaluations in the Work-From-Home Era
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How to Manage Performance Evaluations in the Work-From-Home Era

Performance reviews are not easy to pull off in the best of times, and managers can find them more challenging as work-from-home drags on.

Massive 2021 U.S. Spending Bill Leaves Research Advocates Hoping for More
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Massive 2021 U.S. Spending Bill Leaves Research Advocates Hoping for More

The massive $1.4 trillion spending bill that U.S. President Donald Trump signed into law on Tuesday reverses the deep cuts the outgoing president had proposed for...

Your Computer Can Help Scientists Find a Cure for COVID-19
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Your Computer Can Help Scientists Find a Cure for COVID-19

More than 200,000 volunteers around the world are participating in a crowdsourced project to accelerate the development of COVID-19 antivirals by running simulations...

Researchers Team Up to Launch BU's Racial Data Lab
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Researchers Team Up to Launch BU's Racial Data Lab

Boston University launched the Racial Data Lab this month as part of an effort to become the leading U.S. academic institution for data-driven antiracist research...

Authentication Solutions Explored for People with Upper Extremity Impairments
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Authentication Solutions Explored for People with Upper Extremity Impairments

A $516,000 grant from the U.S. National Science Foundation will help Krishna Venkatasubramanian, a University of Rhode Island computer science professor, research...

Gift Creates New Cornell College of Computing and Information Science
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Gift Creates New Cornell College of Computing and Information Science

A transformative nine-figure gift from Ann S. Bowers will establish the Cornell Ann S. Bowers College of Computing and Information Science, supporting Cornell's...

Computational Scientists Demonstrate How Supernovae Detonate
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Computational Scientists Demonstrate How Supernovae Detonate

A Florida State University research team used theory and computations to show how one class of supernovae stellar explosions go from a slow burn to a brilliant...

'The Robot Made Me Do It': Robots Encourage Risk-Taking Behavior in Humans
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'The Robot Made Me Do It': Robots Encourage Risk-Taking Behavior in Humans

Robots can encourage humans to take greater risks in a simulated gambling scenario than they would if the robot is silent, research shows.

Dutch Hacker Cracks Trump's Twitter Account
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Dutch Hacker Cracks Trump's Twitter Account

Dutch security researcher Victor Gevers gained access to President Trump's Twitter account in October by successfully guessing the password, "MAGA2020!"

Earable Computing: A New Research Area in the Making
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Earable Computing: A New Research Area in the Making

A University of Illinois research group is defining a new sub-area of mobile computing called "earable computing"  that sees earphones as the next significant milestone...

Computer Scientist Warren Hoburg Selected for NASA's Artemis Team
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Computer Scientist Warren Hoburg Selected for NASA's Artemis Team

Computer scientist Warren Hoburg was selected by NASA as one of 18 astronauts to form the Artemis Team for the agency's next astronaut missions on and around the...

The Death and Life of an Admissions Algorithm
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The Death and Life of an Admissions Algorithm

The University of Texas at Austin has stopped using a machine-learning system to evaluate applicants for its Ph.D. program in computer science.

Tech's Million Dollar Question: Does Remote Work Kill Innovation?
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Tech's Million Dollar Question: Does Remote Work Kill Innovation?

Some in the tech industry say that remote work can make innovation very, very hard.

Modern Computing Alliance Will Focus on Cloud and IT Tools
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Modern Computing Alliance Will Focus on Cloud and IT Tools

Google, Dell, Intel, and a handful of other major tech companies have banded together to form the Modern Computing Alliance, which will tackle problems related...

Amazon Plans to Train Millions to Work in the Cloud
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Amazon Plans to Train Millions to Work in the Cloud

Amazon announced an effort to retrain 29 million people worldwide by 2025 in new skills for cloud-computing roles.

PBS Stations Will Broadcast 'Family Night: Coding' During Computer Science Education Week
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PBS Stations Will Broadcast 'Family Night: Coding' During Computer Science Education Week

WITF and affiliated PBS stations in Pennsylvania will broadcast "Family Night: Coding," on Thursday, December 10, to mark Computer Science Education Week.
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