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Nanoribbons Enable 'On-Off' Switch for Graphene
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Nanoribbons Enable 'On-Off' Switch for Graphene

Scientists have discovered a new way to synthesize semiconducting graphene ribbons, which may be useful for a broad range of electronics applications.

Like Magic: The Tech That Goes Into Making Money Harder to Fake
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Like Magic: The Tech That Goes Into Making Money Harder to Fake

In 2005, shortly after earning a master's degree in electrical and computer engineering, Sam Cape was looking for work online when he came across a cryptic help...

College Labor Market Remains Strong
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College Labor Market Remains Strong

Employers will face tough competition for talent in the 2017-18 job market, thanks to a seven-year growth streak in the college labor market, according to Michigan...

Dawn Mission Extended at Ceres
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Dawn Mission Extended at Ceres

NASA has authorized a second extension of the Dawn mission at Ceres, the largest object in the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter. During this extension, the...

Six Broad Trends Emerge for Future of Ed Tech
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Six Broad Trends Emerge for Future of Ed Tech

A new report from the Center for Innovative Research in Cyberlearning has sifted through cyberlearning research to uncover the major trends and suggest where pre...

How Kaspersky Lab Got on the US Government's Bad Side 
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How Kaspersky Lab Got on the US Government's Bad Side 

The US government and one of the most popular and well-reviewed antivirus software companies are going through a messy breakup.

Researchers Expose Secret Misuse of Personal Data by Mobile Apps
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Researchers Expose Secret Misuse of Personal Data by Mobile Apps

Computer science researchers at Baldwin Wallace University have developed a novel solution to inform mobile device users about the hidden misuse of their personal...

Material Could Bring Optical Communication Onto Silicon Chips
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Material Could Bring Optical Communication Onto Silicon Chips

Researchers have developed ultrathin films of a semiconductor that emits and detects light and can be integrated into silicon CMOS chips.

This Company's Robots Are Making Everything, and Reshaping the World
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This Company's Robots Are Making Everything, and Reshaping the World

The headquarters of Fanuc sit in the shadow of Mt. Fuji, on a sprawling, secluded campus of 22 windowless factories and dozens of office buildings.

The Supreme Court Is Allergic to Math
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The Supreme Court Is Allergic to Math

The Supreme Court does not compute. Or at least some of its members would rather not. The justices, the most powerful jurists in the land, seem to have a reluctance—even...

Taming 'Wild' Electrons in Graphene
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Taming 'Wild' Electrons in Graphene

Scientists have learned how to tame the unruly electrons in graphene, paving the way for the ultra-fast transport of electrons with low loss of energy in novel...

Tech Giants Are Paying Huge Salaries for Scarce A.I. Talent
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Tech Giants Are Paying Huge Salaries for Scarce A.I. Talent

Nearly all big tech companies have an artificial intelligence project, and they are willing to pay experts millions of dollars to help get it done.

Canada, a Leader in AI, Is Now Taking Aim at Driverless Cars
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Canada, a Leader in AI, Is Now Taking Aim at Driverless Cars

Having built an impressive lead in artificial intelligence, Canada is keen to do the same in driverless cars—specifically the lidar (laser radar) technology that...

Online Game Will Spot If You Have Hidden Cybersecurity Talents
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Online Game Will Spot If You Have Hidden Cybersecurity Talents

Studying music? Good news, you may have the skills to work in cybersecurity. An online training platform launching next week in the UK—with the backing of Robert...

Andrew Ng Has a Chatbot That Can Help with Depression
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Andrew Ng Has a Chatbot That Can Help with Depression

I'm a little embarrassed to admit this, but I've been seeing a virtual therapist.

'Impactful Times' Tells Story of Sandia's Shock Physics Research
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'Impactful Times' Tells Story of Sandia's Shock Physics Research

Impactful Times, a new book published by Springer, includes reminiscences by 45 researchers in shock physics, most from Sandia National Laboratories.

With Commercial Satellite Imagery, Computer Learns to Quickly Find Missile Sites in China
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With Commercial Satellite Imagery, Computer Learns to Quickly Find Missile Sites in China

Deep machine learning algorithms can help government agencies analyze satellite imagery.

The Shape of Work to Come 
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The Shape of Work to Come 

Last year, entrepreneur Sebastian Thrun set out to augment his sales force with artificial intelligence.

World's Most Powerful Computer Will Boost China, Scientist Says
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World's Most Powerful Computer Will Boost China, Scientist Says

Tianhe-3, the world's first exascale supercomputer, will "become an important platform for national scientific development and industrial reforms," says Meng Xiangfei...

For $1,000, Anyone Can Purchase Online Ads to Track Your Location and App Use
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For $1,000, Anyone Can Purchase Online Ads to Track Your Location and App Use

For roughly $1,000, someone with devious intent can purchase and target online advertising in ways that allow them to track the location of other individuals and...
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