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Professor Marks 50 Years as Computer Science Teacher
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Professor Marks 50 Years as Computer Science Teacher

Computers were the size of a small room and ran on vacuum tubes when KC Wang started teaching at Washington State University.

The Top 10 Most Popular Tech Skills of 2020
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The Top 10 Most Popular Tech Skills of 2020

Python programming is the most sought-after technology skill, and interest is surging in artificial intelligence and data science, according to Udemy's 2020 Workplace...

Machine Learning Reveals How Much of a Shakespeare Play Was Written by Someone Else
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Machine Learning Reveals How Much of a Shakespeare Play Was Written by Someone Else

Literary analysts have long noticed the hand of another author in Shakespeare's Henry VIII. Now a neural network has identified the specific scenes in question—and...

Six Lessons for the New Employee
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Six Lessons for the New Employee

Workers in a new job should focus on teamwork and handling professional relationships, says Professor Joseph Harder at the University of Virginia.

Want More Women and Minorities in STEM? Classroom Addresses Social Oppression
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Want More Women and Minorities in STEM? Classroom Addresses Social Oppression

A five-week social entrepreneurship program implemented through one of the largest community college systems in the United States  aims to instill entrepreneurial...

Raspberry Pi Opens Up Its Gender Balance in Computing Program
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Raspberry Pi Opens Up Its Gender Balance in Computing Program

Raspberry Pi is opening its gender balance in computing program to general recruitment, which will make it available to all primary and secondary schools in England...

Trash Talk From a Robot Can Distract Players, Study Says
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Trash Talk From a Robot Can Distract Players, Study Says

Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University have demonstrated that critical comments from a robot can impair the performance of human game players.

Thermodynamics Could Be the Future of Computing, Researchers Say
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Thermodynamics Could Be the Future of Computing, Researchers Say

As Moore's Law reaches its limits, thermodynamic computing might prove to be the future of the field, says a new report from an international team of 38 researchers...

Predicting People's Driving Personalities
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Predicting People's Driving Personalities

An algorithm developed by MIT CSAIL sizes up drivers as either selfish or selfless, which could help self-driving cars make better predictions and operate more...

Deep Learning Helps Argonne Create Cancer Research Models
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Deep Learning Helps Argonne Create Cancer Research Models

Argonne researchers have created a neural architecture search that automates the development of deep-learning-based predictive models for cancer data.

Some Tech Workers Feel Underpaid, Despite Rising Salaries
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Some Tech Workers Feel Underpaid, Despite Rising Salaries

Despite rising salaries and large paychecks, job seekers in the Bay Area feel underpaid due to the area's high cost of living and sky-high real estate prices, according...

Magnetic Skin Allows You to Open Doors With Blink of an Eye
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Magnetic Skin Allows You to Open Doors With Blink of an Eye

Engineers at King Abdullah University of Science & Technology have developed an artificial electronic skin that can remotely control switches and keyboards with...

The World's Top Universities in Computer Science, 2020
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The World's Top Universities in Computer Science, 2020

The University of Oxford tops the 2020 Times Higher Education World University Rankings of 749 computer science programs around the world.

Free Software Helps Planners Design Walkable Cities
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Free Software Helps Planners Design Walkable Cities

A free software developed by Cornell researchers employs data, metrics, and an easy-to-use interface to help planners and architects add and assess walkability...

Microsoft's In-Depth Diversity Report Shows Progress Remains Slow
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Microsoft's In-Depth Diversity Report Shows Progress Remains Slow

Microsoft's first full-fledged diversity and inclusion report tells a well-worn story in the world of tech. When it comes to increasing diversity, progress is slow...

Researchers Promote Cooperation Between Humans, Autonomous Machines
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Researchers Promote Cooperation Between Humans, Autonomous Machines

A simple cultural cue — the ethnicity of a machine's virtual face — mitigates an anti-machine bias for users from the United States and Japan, researchers say. ...

Sensor Sounds Alarm If Child or Pet Is Left Alone in Vehicle
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Sensor Sounds Alarm If Child or Pet Is Left Alone in Vehicle

A small, inexpensive sensor could save lives by triggering an alarm when a child or pet is left alone in a vehicle.

Engineering Dean Gets Creative With His LEGO City
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Engineering Dean Gets Creative With His LEGO City

Dennis Livesay, dean of the College of Engineering at Wichita State University, has constructed a 75-square-foot LEGO city in his basement over the last six years...

U.S. Companies Facing Huge Tech Talent Deficit in 2020
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U.S. Companies Facing Huge Tech Talent Deficit in 2020

Talent acquisition platform iCIMS found a substantial shortage of professionals with technology skills, despite an upsurge of hiring across the U.S. technology...

Researchers to Develop New Robotics for Recycling Centers
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Researchers to Develop New Robotics for Recycling Centers

A team of researchers will use $2.5 million in NSF funding to develop robotics technology that helps recycling center workers sort waste in a safer, cleaner, and...
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