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Crypto-Currency Craze 'Hinders Search for Alien Life'
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Crypto-Currency Craze 'Hinders Search for Alien Life'

Seti (Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence) researchers want to expand operations at two observatories.

Robot Density Rises Globally
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Robot Density Rises Globally

Driven by accelerating automated production, 74 robot units per 10,000 employees is the new average of global robot density in manufacturing industries around the...

Inside the Two Years that Shook Facebook, and the World
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Inside the Two Years that Shook Facebook, and the World

One day in late February of 2016, Mark Zuckerberg sent a memo to all of Facebook's employees to address some troubling behavior in the ranks.

Biologists Would Love to Program Cells As If They Were Computer Chips
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Biologists Would Love to Program Cells As If They Were Computer Chips

Sitting in his startup lab space on the outskirts of MIT's campus, Alec Nielsen opens his laptop and types in instructions for a genetically modified yeast cell...

As China Marches Forward on  A.I., the White House Is Silent
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As China Marches Forward on A.I., the White House Is Silent

In July, China unveiled a plan to become the world leader in artificial intelligence and create an industry worth $150 billion to its economy by 2030.

Using Technology to Detect Hidden Threats
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Using Technology to Detect Hidden Threats

Researchers at the University of Delaware are creating an augmented reality system that will use traditional cameras, thermal infrared sensing, and ground penetrating...

Sky-High Salaries Are the Weapons in the AI Talent War
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Sky-High Salaries Are the Weapons in the AI Talent War

If you want to command a multiyear, seven-figure salary, you used to have only four career options: chief executive officer, banker, celebrity entertainer, or pro...

Researchers Use Wearables, Mobile Devices to Study Workplace Performance
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Researchers Use Wearables, Mobile Devices to Study Workplace Performance

Researchers at the University of Notre Dame are conducting a $7.9 million, 21-month study focused on working professionals in cognitively demanding positions, such...

Girls Who Code at Fashion Week
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Girls Who Code at Fashion Week

Women's knitwear brand PH5 has been working with Girls Who Code to design a sweater with a special code on it. "We have to change the image of what a coder looks...

His 2020 Campaign Message: The Robots Are Coming
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His 2020 Campaign Message: The Robots Are Coming

Among the many, many Democrats who will seek the party's presidential nomination in 2020, most probably agree on a handful of core issues: protecting DACA, rejoining...

How to Find a Woman Scientist
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How to Find a Woman Scientist

A new database is fighting the poor visibility of women in STEM by offering female professionals as speakers, panelists, experts, course leaders, and advocates...

Inside Facebook's Fast-Growing Content-Moderation Effort
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Inside Facebook's Fast-Growing Content-Moderation Effort

Monika Bickert is a serious, impressive person. Before she became Facebook's head of global policy management, she put her Harvard law degree to work as an assistant...

How Nuclear Weapons Research Revealed New Climate Threats
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How Nuclear Weapons Research Revealed New Climate Threats

After atmospheric scientist Ivana Cvijanovic began pushing a computerized climate simulation to its limits, she noticed a disturbing result: as Arctic sea ice nearly...

A Maker Space Where Art and Technology Merge
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A Maker Space Where Art and Technology Merge

Yale University's Center for Collaborative Arts & Media is outfitted with a motion capture system, an interactive projection system, and an integrated platform...

Your Gadget's Next Power Supply? Your Body
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Your Gadget's Next Power Supply? Your Body

Researchers have developed a small metallic tab that attaches to the human body and generates electricity from simple movements.

Mourning John Perry Barlow, the Bard of the Internet
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Mourning John Perry Barlow, the Bard of the Internet

When I first met John Perry Barlow, we became instant soulmates. While that sentence is true for me, it also applies to probably 10,000 other people.

New Data Reconfirms Well-Known Gender Problem in Tech
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New Data Reconfirms Well-Known Gender Problem in Tech

A recent analysis of the "tech talent migration" found that financial raises gained by technology workers when they move greatly favor men.

Go-Getter Undergrad Lands Second-Author Credential For Journal Article
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Go-Getter Undergrad Lands Second-Author Credential For Journal Article

Elizabeth Sangalang, a graduating senior studying biochemistry at California State University East Bay, has landed a second-author credential through research she...

Inside North Korea's Hacker Army
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Inside North Korea's Hacker Army

In most respects, Jong Hyok looks like any other middle-aged male tech worker you might see on the skyscraper-shadowed streets of Seoul's Gangnam district: smartphone...

German Navy Experiences 'lcs Syndrome' in Spades as New Frigate Fails Sea Trials
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German Navy Experiences 'lcs Syndrome' in Spades as New Frigate Fails Sea Trials

The German Navy has a lot of problems right now.
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