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Former IT Director Gets Jail Time for Selling Cisco Gear on eBay
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Former IT Director Gets Jail Time for Selling Cisco Gear on eBay

A former IT security director in South Carolina was sentenced this week to two years in federal prison for taking government-owned networking equipment and selling...

Job Candidates Are Rated Lower in Virtual Interviews, Researchers Say
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Job Candidates Are Rated Lower in Virtual Interviews, Researchers Say

People who watch a virtual job interview rate the candidate substantially lower than those who watch the same interview in person, researchers say.

AI-Based Method Can Identify Health Risks in Future Pregnancies
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AI-Based Method Can Identify Health Risks in Future Pregnancies

A team of researchers from Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center have developed a machine learning approach that automates...

Learning to Code With Wonder Woman
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Learning to Code With Wonder Woman

Microsoft, in partnership with NASA, Wonder Woman 1984, and Smithsonian Learning Labs, has created several project-based lessons that use space exploration, museums...

NSF-Funded CloudBank Is Operational
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NSF-Funded CloudBank Is Operational

CloudBank, the National Science Foundation-funded program that aims to simplify public cloud access for the computer science research and education community, is...

Process Enables Self-Powered Paper-Based Electronics
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Process Enables Self-Powered Paper-Based Electronics

Purdue University engineers developed a printing process that renders any paper or cardboard packaging into a keyboard, keypad, or other human-machine interfaces...

Researchers Say Qubits Will Require Radiation Shielding
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Researchers Say Qubits Will Require Radiation Shielding

Researchers from MIT, MIT Lincoln Laboratory, and the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory have shown that radiation from natural sources can limit the performance...

MIT College of Computing Will Share 25 New Faculty Positions
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MIT College of Computing Will Share 25 New Faculty Positions

The MIT Schwarzman College of Computing is creating 25 new faculty positions that will be shared with another MIT department or school to connect computing and...

Data Scientists Salaries, Jobs Immune to Covid-19, Survey Finds
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Data Scientists Salaries, Jobs Immune to Covid-19, Survey Finds

The Covid-19 pandemic has not negatively affected the salaries or job availability of data scientists, a survey by executive recruitment firm Burtch Works found...

Designer Used AI and Photoshop to Bring Roman Emperors Back to Life
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Designer Used AI and Photoshop to Bring Roman Emperors Back to Life

Designer Daniel Voshart used machine learning to transform the stone busts of 54 long-dead Roman emperors into photorealistic portraits.

How Programmers Can Avoid Burnout
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How Programmers Can Avoid Burnout

Avoiding burnout is the only way to have a long and sustainable career in tech.

Researchers Look to Quantify the Trustworthiness of Neural Networks
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Researchers Look to Quantify the Trustworthiness of Neural Networks

A tool developed by USC Viterbi Engineering researchers measures the trustworthiness of data and predictions generated by AI algorithms.  

Scientists Use Reinforcement Learning to Train Quantum Algorithm
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Scientists Use Reinforcement Learning to Train Quantum Algorithm

Scientists at Argonne National Laboratory have developed an algorithm based on reinforcement learning to find optimal parameters for the Quantum Approximate Optimization...

Ninety Percent of Americans Do Not Want to Maintain a Traditional Work Schedule
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Ninety Percent of Americans Do Not Want to Maintain a Traditional Work Schedule

Almost all Americans want to change their work life when the Covid-19 pandemic ends, with almost one-third saying they would never go back to an office, according...

Challenge to Scientists: Does Your Ten-Year-Old Code Still Run?
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Challenge to Scientists: Does Your Ten-Year-Old Code Still Run?

The Ten Years Reproducibility Challenge asked scientists to find and re-execute old code written for computationally driven papers published ten or more years ago...

Researchers Build Mechanical Memory Board Using Origami
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Researchers Build Mechanical Memory Board Using Origami

Researchers have constructed a mechanical binary switch using origami, the ancient Japanese art of paper folding, and put several switches together to build a functioning...

All in STEM Digital Resource Aims for Innovation
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All in STEM Digital Resource Aims for Innovation

The All in STEM website from the U.S. Department of Energy showcases programs and resources designed to help those in kindergarten up through Ph.D. programs or...

NJ Students Bring 'Missing Magic' of STEM to Kids Around the World
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NJ Students Bring 'Missing Magic' of STEM to Kids Around the World

The student-led Techshare Project, founded by high schooler Molly Cantillon, teaches STEM subjects to underprivileged children in New Jersey and around the world...

Bletchley Park: New Crisis for Code-Breaking Hub
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Bletchley Park: New Crisis for Code-Breaking Hub

Bletchley Park, home to the world's first large-scale electronic computer, is facing a financial crisis and is preparing to lay off a third of its workforce. It...

India's Plan to Compete With China: More Coding in Schools
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India's Plan to Compete With China: More Coding in Schools

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi wants India to be a world leader in research. One way he wants to get there: more coding in schools.
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