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Master's Program Targets Tomorrow's Tech Leaders
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Master's Program Targets Tomorrow's Tech Leaders

Schaffhausen Institute of Technology has created its new Master of Science program in Computer Science and Software Engineering to better prepare graduates for...

Silicon Valley Rethinks the (Home) Office
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Silicon Valley Rethinks the (Home) Office

Some tech companies are adjusting to the pandemic with new WFH perks and even letting employees ditch their commutes forever.

The OPT Program Is In Trump's Crosshairs; Schools Weigh Threat
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The OPT Program Is In Trump's Crosshairs; Schools Weigh Threat

President Donald Trump is reportedly considering suspension of the Optional Practical Training program that schools increasingly have turned to as a lifeline amid...

Academic to Develop Autonomous Vehicle Test Methodologies
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Academic to Develop Autonomous Vehicle Test Methodologies

Researchers at the University of Warwick will develop safety test methodologies for autonomous vehicles thanks to a UKRI Future Leaders Fellowship worth £1.2m (USD...

Germany Will Offer Interest-Free Loans to American Students
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Germany Will Offer Interest-Free Loans to American Students

The German government is offering financial support during the pandemic for American students studying in Germany, where more than 220 English-language Master's...

Women CS Graduates Surpass Record Set 17 Years Ago
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Women CS Graduates Surpass Record Set 17 Years Ago

But percentages lag behind.

Tech 'First Responders' Support Remote Teaching Transition
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Tech 'First Responders' Support Remote Teaching Transition

IT experts in Oregon State's College of Engineering are rising to the challenge as technology "first responders," working to smooth the transition to remote teaching...

Another Threat to Universities: Falling Numbers of Graduate Students
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Another Threat to Universities: Falling Numbers of Graduate Students

Even before the coronavirus pandemic, some schools' graduate enrollment and revenues were dropping.

Watson's Creator Wants to Teach AI a New Trick: Common Sense
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Watson's Creator Wants to Teach AI a New Trick: Common Sense

David Ferrucci built a computer that mastered Jeopardy!  Since then, he's been attacking a more challenging task.

Scientists Modeled Mars Climate to Understand Habitability
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Scientists Modeled Mars Climate to Understand Habitability

Research scientists modeled the atmosphere of Mars to help determine that salty pockets of water present on the Red Planet are likely not habitable by extant Earth...

Linguists Who Teach Machines to Read, Speak, and Listen
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Linguists Who Teach Machines to Read, Speak, and Listen

Virtual assistants, chatbots, and automated answering systems rely on computational linguists to manage and transmit to machines the complex aspects of language...

Do Work-From-Home Developers Risk Burn-Out?
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Do Work-From-Home Developers Risk Burn-Out?

Developer activity has been "resilient" during the pandemic, says a GitHub report, which warns of the potential for burnout.

Learning Best Practices in the Shift to Digital Learning
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Learning Best Practices in the Shift to Digital Learning

Penn State faculty members have received an NSF grant to enhance online learning strategies and best practices in engineering, particularly to support and retain...

These Companies Are Hiring Data Science Interns During the Lockdown
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These Companies Are Hiring Data Science Interns During the Lockdown

Internships during the lockdown will help companies navigate the downturn using data for insights.

Student Team Designs Smart Mask that Monitors Vital Signs
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Student Team Designs Smart Mask that Monitors Vital Signs

Students from Cornell University designed a "smart" respiratory mask that prevents the spread of airborne diseases while monitoring the wearer's vital signs.

Software Flaws Often Reported First on Social Media
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Software Flaws Often Reported First on Social Media

Social media sites, especially GitHub, often report vulnerabilities in software before that information is published at U.S. government sites, researchers at Pacific...

Web of Psychological Cues Tempt Users to Reveal More Online
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Web of Psychological Cues Tempt Users to Reveal More Online

A team of Penn State researchers identified a dozen cues that can influence a user's decision to reveal private information online.

Facial Recognition Software Predicts Criminality, Researchers Say
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Facial Recognition Software Predicts Criminality, Researchers Say

A group of Harrisburg University professors and a Ph.D. student have developed automated computer facial recognition software capable of predicting whether someone...

India's R&D Expenditures, Scientific Publications Are On the Rise
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India's R&D Expenditures, Scientific Publications Are On the Rise

India's gross expenditure in R&D has tripled between 2008 and 2018 driven mainly by the government sector, and scientific publications have risen to make the country...

Firms That Move Quickly to Add Robots Also Add Workers, Study Finds
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Firms That Move Quickly to Add Robots Also Add Workers, Study Finds

Study finds manufacturing companies that are quick to automate can thrive, but overall employment drops.
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