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Bjarne Stroustrup Releases Paper on How C++ Thrived
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Bjarne Stroustrup Releases Paper on How C++ Thrived

Bjarne Stroustrup, the 69-year-old creator of C++, describes the history and growth of the programming language in a new 168-page paper.

Approximately 117,000 IT Jobs Lost Since March, U.S. Data Shows
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Approximately 117,000 IT Jobs Lost Since March, U.S. Data Shows

Roughly 117,000 information technology (IT) professionals in the United States have lost their jobs since March, according to U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics data...

Managers Should Focus on Engagement in Work-from-Home World
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Managers Should Focus on Engagement in Work-from-Home World

The transition to remote work environments mean business leaders need to spend more time fostering engagement with employees.

Researchers Use Machine Learning to Build Taste Language for Whiskey
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Researchers Use Machine Learning to Build Taste Language for Whiskey

Researchers at Virginia Tech will use natural language processing to study the descriptive terminology of published whiskey reviews.

The Work Habits of Highly Effective Teams
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The Work Habits of Highly Effective Teams

How well team members understand their colleagues' views of a problem affects both team and individual performance.

QS World University Rankings List Top Computer Science Schools in Asia
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QS World University Rankings List Top Computer Science Schools in Asia

This year's QS World University Rankings evaluated over 5,500 universities from around the world, including the top 167 universities in computer science in Asia...

Companies Find New Perks for the Remote Worker
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Companies Find New Perks for the Remote Worker

As many companies enter a third month of lockdown with no clear end in sight, employers are toying with new perks that might address some of the struggles remote...

A U.S. Secret Weapon in A.I.: Chinese Talent
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A U.S. Secret Weapon in A.I.: Chinese Talent

New research shows scientists educated in China help American firms and schools dominate the cutting-edge AI field. Industry leaders worry that worsening political...

'Strategic' Mindset Predicts Success, Researchers Say
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'Strategic' Mindset Predicts Success, Researchers Say

A "strategic mindset" is behind the success of many business people, students, entrepreneurs, and others, according to new research published in the Proceedings...

Media Stereotypes Discourage Students' Science Ambitions
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Media Stereotypes Discourage Students' Science Ambitions

Stereotypes influence young students' perceptions of scientists enough that few who enjoy science express interest in pursuing it as a career.

Self-Driving Vehicles May Prevent Only About a Third of Crashes, Study Says
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Self-Driving Vehicles May Prevent Only About a Third of Crashes, Study Says

Autonomous vehicles might prevent only around a third of all crashes if automated systems drive too much like people, a new study says.

Indian Tech Graduate Students Plummeted In U.S. Before Covid-19
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Indian Tech Graduate Students Plummeted In U.S. Before Covid-19

Even before Covid-19, fewer graduate students from India decided to study computer science at U.S. universities, with numbers dropping 23.3% between the 2016-17...

Computer Chess: Longest-Running Experiment in Computing Science
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Computer Chess: Longest-Running Experiment in Computing Science

On August 31, 1970, an experiment began that continues to this day. The first chess tournament for computers was held as part of the ACM's 25th National Conference...

Can't Concentrate at Work? This AI System Knows Why
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Can't Concentrate at Work? This AI System Knows Why

Computer scientists have developed a way to measure staff comfort and concentration in flexible working spaces using artificial intelligence.

App Uses AI, Biomarkers to Produce Covid-19 'Severity Score'
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App Uses AI, Biomarkers to Produce Covid-19 'Severity Score'

A new mobile app uses artificial intelligence and key biomarkers to produce a Covid-19 "severity score" to help clinicians determine which patients with the novel...

Researchers' Paper-Thin Gallium Oxide Transistor Handles More Than 8,000 Volts
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Researchers' Paper-Thin Gallium Oxide Transistor Handles More Than 8,000 Volts

Electrical engineers at the University at Buffalo are developing a gallium oxide-based transistor that's paper-thin and able to handle more than 8,000 volts.

Microsoft Sacks Journalists, Replaces Them With AI Software
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Microsoft Sacks Journalists, Replaces Them With AI Software

Users of the homepages of the MSN website and Edge browser will now see news stories generated by AI.

More Students Are 'Stacking' Credentials en Route to a Degree
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More Students Are 'Stacking' Credentials en Route to a Degree

The economic toll of the coronavirus pandemic is giving non-traditional education programs, known variously as "stackable credentials" or "microcredentials," a...

Software Helps Scientists Create Specialized Data Storage Services
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Software Helps Scientists Create Specialized Data Storage Services

Researchers are working on a software-defined approach to storage services that allows scientists to pull from a collection of modules to create a data storage...

Which Degrees Do Software Developers Earn?
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Which Degrees Do Software Developers Earn?

A Stack Overflow survey of professional developers reveals the different educational pathways they use and the degrees they obtain on the way to their full-time...
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