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Introducing Scratch 3.0
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Introducing Scratch 3.0

The new version of Scratch adds characters, compatibility, and curricula to the creative coding platform for kids.

Zimbabwe Computer Whizkid Breaks Barriers
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Zimbabwe Computer Whizkid Breaks Barriers

But how does someone like Bongani Jubani, born and bred in the remote area of Zimbabwe, become computer literate when they have never used a computer, let alone...

Will the World Embrace the Radical Proposal to Mandate Open Access to Science Papers?
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Will the World Embrace the Radical Proposal to Mandate Open Access to Science Papers?

Europe-backed Plan S program aims to convince the world's major research funders to require immediate open access to all published papers stemming from their grants...

U.S. Senate Confirms Trump's Science Adviser After Two-Year Vacancy
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U.S. Senate Confirms Trump's Science Adviser After Two-Year Vacancy

The U.S. Senate has confirmed Kelvin Droegemeier, a meteorologist, as director of the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy.

Scientific Sonnets: Duke Team Wins Competition for Poetry-Generating Algorithm
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Scientific Sonnets: Duke Team Wins Competition for Poetry-Generating Algorithm

A team of Duke University researchers won the 2018 PoetiX Literary Creative Turing Test contest for an algorithm that composed the most "human-like" sonnets.

In Memory of Lawrence Roberts
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In Memory of Lawrence Roberts

Beeeeeeep.

Researchers Design a More Durable MEMS Switch
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Researchers Design a More Durable MEMS Switch

The new type of MEMS switch can extend the life of cell phones and make power lines more reliable.

Curbs on A.I. Exports? Silicon Valley Fears Losing Its Edge
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Curbs on A.I. Exports? Silicon Valley Fears Losing Its Edge

A common belief among tech industry insiders is that Silicon Valley has dominated the internet because much of the worldwide network was designed and built by Americans...

Tech's Winning (and Losing) Jobs in 2019
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Tech's Winning (and Losing) Jobs in 2019

The "2019 IT Skills and Certifications Pay Index" from Foote Partners forecasts the roles and key skills that will increase in value, as well as those that might...

Scientists Move Quantum Optic Networks a Step Closer to Reality
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Scientists Move Quantum Optic Networks a Step Closer to Reality

A team of researchers has successfully measured how nanoplatelets interact with light in three dimensions, an advancement that could enhance the operation of quantum...

Overlooked No More: Karen Sparck Jones, Who Established the Basis for Search Engines
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Overlooked No More: Karen Sparck Jones, Who Established the Basis for Search Engines

When most scientists were trying to make people use code to talk to computers, Karen Sparck Jones taught computers to understand human language instead.

Why Python Is the Real Programming Language of Data Science
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Why Python Is the Real Programming Language of Data Science

There is significantly less job demand for data engineers proficient in R than those proficient in Python, according to a Cloud Academy report.

Diversity in the Lab Makes Me a Better Scientist
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Diversity in the Lab Makes Me a Better Scientist

An international environment forces you to consider different perspectives to begin with and helps you to communicate your ideas more clearly in the end.

Developing the Job Skills Needed for a Future Economy
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Developing the Job Skills Needed for a Future Economy

The Global Innovation Exchange, a new graduate program partnership between the University of Washington and China's Tsinghua University, with foundational support...

Silicon Valley Worker Shortage Creates Upside-Down Labor Market
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Silicon Valley Worker Shortage Creates Upside-Down Labor Market

Workers with a high school diploma have lower unemployment rates than those with bachelor's degrees or higher in some Bay Area counties.

Don't Fear the Robot Overlords; Embrace Them as Coworkers
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Don't Fear the Robot Overlords; Embrace Them as Coworkers

In a chilly warehouse just outside of Boston, the brute toils away. It's 600 pounds of orange and black metal and whirring motors, a massive robotic arm that picks...

Potential Benefits of Next-Generation Wargames
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Potential Benefits of Next-Generation Wargames

Technological advances for game engines and cloud architectures are fueling the development of next-generation wargames that can increase insights for policymakers...

Julia Language Co-Creators Win Prize for Numerical Software
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Julia Language Co-Creators Win Prize for Numerical Software

Three co-creators of the MIT-incubated Julia programming language are the recipients of the 2019 James H. Wilkinson Prize for Numerical Analysis and Scientific...

One Giant Step for a Chess-Playing Machine
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One Giant Step for a Chess-Playing Machine

In early December, researchers at DeepMind, the artificial-intelligence company owned by Google's parent corporation, Alphabet Inc., filed a dispatch from the frontiers...

The Top Free Online University Courses of 2018
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The Top Free Online University Courses of 2018

Computer science courses are well represented on the list of the most popular free online university courses of 2018.
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