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China Expands Research Funding, Luring U.S. Scientists And Students
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China Expands Research Funding, Luring U.S. Scientists And Students

In 2003, Jay Siegel was up for a new challenge. Siegel was a tenured professor of chemistry at the University of California, San Diego, but he took a job at the...

 Inspired by Sci-Fi, an Airplane with No Moving Parts and a Blue Ionic Glow
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Inspired by Sci-Fi, an Airplane with No Moving Parts and a Blue Ionic Glow

Since their invention more than 100 years ago, airplanes have been moved through the air by the spinning surfaces of propellers or turbines.

Apple Launches App Development Program to Support Women Entrepreneurs
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Apple Launches App Development Program to Support Women Entrepreneurs

The Apple Entrepreneur Camp aims to help app-driven businesses owned or led by women leverage their technology through a series of intensive labs, specialized support...

Amazon's Machine Learning Courses Now Available to All Developers
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Amazon's Machine Learning Courses Now Available to All Developers

The machine learning courses Amazon uses to train its engineers are now available for free through AWS.

You Will Be Replaced. Here's How
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You Will Be Replaced. Here's How

Route 9 skims by Boston and cuts clear across Massachusetts to Pittsfield, a city of roughly 50,000, the largest in Berkshire County.

Algorithm Could Speed Up Development of New Medical Therapies
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Algorithm Could Speed Up Development of New Medical Therapies

A data-driven machine learning algorithm designed to predict results of human gene expression based on preliminary results of mouse studies could speed up the development...

How Cheap Labor Drives China's A.I. Ambitions
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How Cheap Labor Drives China's A.I. Ambitions

Some of the most critical work in advancing China's technology goals takes place in a former cement factory in the middle of the country's heartland, far from the...

Film and Television Tell Children Who Can Be Scientists
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Film and Television Tell Children Who Can Be Scientists

The portrayal of STEM jobs in U.S. film and television largely reinforces the narrative that scientists are white men, according to a study by the Geena Davis Institute...

AI Is Watching Employee Expenses
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AI Is Watching Employee Expenses

AppZen has developed an artificial intelligence program that can identify dubious work expense claims and educate employees about travel and expense policies.

Video Games Are Now So Beautiful Players Are Spending Hours Framing Stunning Works of Internet Art
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Video Games Are Now So Beautiful Players Are Spending Hours Framing Stunning Works of Internet Art

To capture the perfect lighting, Rasmus Furbo directed Spider-Man to crouch on top of a queen-size bed.

Scientists Train a Computer to Classify Breast Cancer Tumors
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Scientists Train a Computer to Classify Breast Cancer Tumors

Researchers at the University of North Carolina used machine learning to train a computer to analyze breast cancer images and then classify the tumors with high...

INCITE Grants Awarded to 62 Computational Research Projects
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INCITE Grants Awarded to 62 Computational Research Projects

The U.S. Department of Energy announced 62 projects for 2019 aimed at addressing some of the world's most challenging science problems through its Innovative and...

How Will We Outsmart A.I. Liars?
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How Will We Outsmart A.I. Liars?

During the summer before the 2016 presidential election, John Seymour and Philip Tully, two researchers with ZeroFOX, a security company in Baltimore, unveiled...

The Ingredients Powering the DOD's New Nonlethal Weapons
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The Ingredients Powering the DOD's New Nonlethal Weapons

We may never know whether Cuba attacked American diplomats with microwave weapons—but we do know similar devices exist.

Retailers Partnering With Silicon Valley to Lure Holiday Shoppers Into Stores
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Retailers Partnering With Silicon Valley to Lure Holiday Shoppers Into Stores

Some traditional retailers are partnering with Silicon Valley tech companies to create strategies that they hope will draw consumers into stores during the holiday...

This Company Is Helping Build China's Panopticon. It Won't Stop There 
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This Company Is Helping Build China's Panopticon. It Won't Stop There 

The lobby of SenseTime's Beijing office makes you feel a bit like you've stumbled into a Philip K. Dick novel.

Silicon Valley Wages Have Dropped for All Except Highest-Paying Jobs, Report Says
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Silicon Valley Wages Have Dropped for All Except Highest-Paying Jobs, Report Says

Nine out of every 10 Silicon Valley jobs pays less now than in 1997, despite one of the United States' strongest economic booms and an historically low unemployment...

Engineers Use Game Theory to Quantify Threats of Cyberattacks on Power Grid
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Engineers Use Game Theory to Quantify Threats of Cyberattacks on Power Grid

Iowa State's Manimaran Govindarasu and his research collaborators are developing tools to better assess the threat of cyberattacks on the power grid.

USC Viterbi Announces Partnerships with Code.org and Sesame Workshop
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USC Viterbi Announces Partnerships with Code.org and Sesame Workshop

The USC Viterbi School of Engineering's Adopt-a-School, Adopt-a-Teacher PreK-12 STEM education outreach program has teamed up with Code.org and Sesame Workshop,...

Amazon, Google Poised for Race to Hire High-Tech Talent
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Amazon, Google Poised for Race to Hire High-Tech Talent

Amazon and Google are respectively planning to recruit Microsoft C#- and Java-savvy engineers and Python users in a fierce competition for technology talent.
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