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Communities in the Cloud
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Communities in the Cloud

Steven Gonzalez studies cloud computing with the eye of an anthropologist, noting that it is operated by an insular community of expert technicians.

Here Are the 40 Companies Computer Science Students Hope Will Hire Them
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Here Are the 40 Companies Computer Science Students Hope Will Hire Them

Employer branding specialist Universum has released its annual rankings of the most attractive employers in the U.S. for 2019.

The Foreseeable Future
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The Foreseeable Future

Police throughout the United States are using machine-learning techniques to accurately predict lawbreaking and drive down crime rates.

Six CSU Campuses Awarded $7.5M to Improve Equity in STEM Education
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Six CSU Campuses Awarded $7.5M to Improve Equity in STEM Education

Six California State University campuses will receive a combined $7.5 million to reimagine online courses in STEM fields.

Networking With Ghosts in the Machine . . . and Speaking Kettles
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Networking With Ghosts in the Machine . . . and Speaking Kettles

Researchers at Lancaster University conducted interviews with household objects as part of an experiment to understand users' relationship with the Internet of...

A Dream Is A Wish Your Heart Makes
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A Dream Is A Wish Your Heart Makes

Lauren Kelemen dreamed of working for Disney when she was a little girl. Today, she provides information technology support for Disney's three Broadway productions...

Research Center to Develop Technologies for the Differently Abled
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Research Center to Develop Technologies for the Differently Abled

Researchers are working on software that will help convert any English language video into sign language animations which could be deployed as teaching and learning...

China Warns Students, Academics to Consider Risks of Studying In ­.S.
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China Warns Students, Academics to Consider Risks of Studying In ­.S.

China is warning students and academics about risks involved in studying in the United States amid a bitter trade war and other tensions between the two countries...

Twitter Is Eroding Your Intelligence, Study Says
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Twitter Is Eroding Your Intelligence, Study Says

Twitter not only fails to enhance intellectual attainment but substantially undermines it, according to researchers at the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart...

Huawei Ban Revoked by Science Publisher IEEE
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Huawei Ban Revoked by Science Publisher IEEE

The IEEE is no longer restricting Huawei scientists from peer reviewing papers in its publications, reversed restrictions it had slapped on the company last week...

AI Will Reduce the Demand for Computer Science Degrees, Mark Cuban Says
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AI Will Reduce the Demand for Computer Science Degrees, Mark Cuban Says

Computer science degrees will lose some of their value as artificial intelligence becomes more advanced, billionaire Mark Cuban said in an interview.

Another Ripple From the Huawei Ban: Scientific Peer Review
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Another Ripple From the Huawei Ban: Scientific Peer Review

The Trump administration's decision to blacklist Chinese telecom giant Huawei is spilling over into academia. IEEE publications will stop using Huawei employees...

Beyond 1 and 0: Engineers Develop Potential Successor to Shrinking Transistors
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Beyond 1 and 0: Engineers Develop Potential Successor to Shrinking Transistors

A team of researchers has developed multi-value transistors that feature intermediate states between the on and off states of binary devices, allowing more operations...

Sensor-Packed Glove Learns Signatures of the Human Grasp
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Sensor-Packed Glove Learns Signatures of the Human Grasp

MIT researchers have compiled a massive dataset that enables a sensor-packed glove and deep convolutional neural networks to recognize objects through touch alone...

TU Delft Scientists Create World's Smallest Autonomous Racing Drone
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TU Delft Scientists Create World's Smallest Autonomous Racing Drone

The drone racing team of the Micro Air Vehicle Laboratory at Delft University of Technology have created the world's smallest autonomous racing drone.

Dataset Helps Cities Improve Power Grid Modeling, Solar Forecasting
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Dataset Helps Cities Improve Power Grid Modeling, Solar Forecasting

Data from residential photovoltaic systems helps solar power researchers better understand how to integrate the renewable energy source into the power grid.

Taiwan Will Train 10,000 AI Workers Per Year To Meet Rising Demand
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Taiwan Will Train 10,000 AI Workers Per Year To Meet Rising Demand

Taiwan says it will train 10,000 people every year for work in AI R&D.

Trade War Turning Chinese Students Off the U.S.
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Trade War Turning Chinese Students Off the U.S.

Survey found that 20.14 percent of respondents chose the U.K. as their first choice, ahead of the U.S. at 17.05 percent.

Electronic Musician's Offbeat Approach Melds Sound with Computer Science
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Electronic Musician's Offbeat Approach Melds Sound with Computer Science

Like other musicians, Sam Pluta, an assistant professor at the University of Chicago, can get lost in performance. His instrument of choice is a computer.

Crowdsourced Traffic Data Could Save Lives, Researchers Show
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Crowdsourced Traffic Data Could Save Lives, Researchers Show

Crowdsourced traffic data that reduces ambulance and emergency department treatment response times for crash patients could markedly save lives.
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