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Tech Companies Are Still Hiring Liberal Arts Graduates
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Tech Companies Are Still Hiring Liberal Arts Graduates

Tech companies are still hiring liberal arts graduates, and maybe they're recruiting more. Researchers also found that the number of liberal arts graduates entering...

Why Tech Companies Are Raiding Animal Research Labs
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Why Tech Companies Are Raiding Animal Research Labs

Neuroscientists studying birds, mice, and fish are landing seven-figure salaries to help advance artificial intelligence, self-driving cars, and more.

STEM Students and Teachers Will Compete for Spots at Space Camp
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STEM Students and Teachers Will Compete for Spots at Space Camp

STEM students and their teachers with compete for an all-expenses paid week at the U.S. Space and Rocket Center's renowned  Space Camp in Huntsville, Ala. under...

A Day In the Life of An Accelerator Designer
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A Day In the Life of An Accelerator Designer

Tor Raubenheimer's work at SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory and his passion for rock climbing has introduced him to people and places on several continents....

27 Tech Execs Among Glassdoor's Top 100 CEOs
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27 Tech Execs Among Glassdoor's Top 100 CEOs

Glassdoor's 2019 Employee Choice Awards for top 100 CEOs included 27 CEOs from the tech industry.

N.H. Historical Marker Honors Creation of BASIC Computer Language
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N.H. Historical Marker Honors Creation of BASIC Computer Language

New Hampshire has erected a new roadside official historical marker that publicly acknowledges the Granite State as the birthplace of the BASIC computer language...

Artificial Intelligence Can Make the ­.S. Electric Grid Smarter
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Artificial Intelligence Can Make the ­.S. Electric Grid Smarter

Researchers at Argonne National Laboratory are working on optimization models that use machine learning to inform more reliable grid planning and operations.

Has The ­.S. Gone Too Far In Restricting Chinese Scientists And Engineers?
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Has The ­.S. Gone Too Far In Restricting Chinese Scientists And Engineers?

Are U.S. government actions driving away highly educated Chinese scientists and threatening America's model as an open economy based on innovation and welcoming...

Toward Artificial Intelligence That Learns to Write Code
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Toward Artificial Intelligence That Learns to Write Code

Researchers developed an artificial intelligence that learns how to compose short, high-level programs without direct supervision.

Time-Banking System U­tilizes Blockchain to Measure a Person's Value to Society
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Time-Banking System U­tilizes Blockchain to Measure a Person's Value to Society

Researchers from Binghamton University are using a blockchain-enabled system to measure the worth of humans in terms of their societal obligations and assistance...

Google Game Builder Lets You Create 3D Video Games Without Coding Knowledge
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Google Game Builder Lets You Create 3D Video Games Without Coding Knowledge

Gone are the days when you needed to know coding to create a video game.

Hackathon Winners Put End to Paper Documents with Blockchain
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Hackathon Winners Put End to Paper Documents with Blockchain

Team BlockGet won DECENT's blockchain challenge hackathon by delivering a project that would ensure dematerialization and elimination of paper documents and storage...

Energy-Efficient Algorithm Keeps ­AV Swarms Flying Longer
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Energy-Efficient Algorithm Keeps ­AV Swarms Flying Longer

An energy-efficient data routing algorithm could keep unmanned aerial vehicle swarms flying longer, an international team of researchers says.

Behind the Magic: Making a 3D Animation From a Single Photo
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Behind the Magic: Making a 3D Animation From a Single Photo

Researchers from the University of Washington have developed a method for creating a human animation from a single photo.

All-Woman Team Commands Rock-Zapping Laser on Mars
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All-Woman Team Commands Rock-Zapping Laser on Mars

An all-female engineering team is responsible for sending commands to the Curiosity rover's ChemCam instrument, which shoots Martian rocks with a laser to determine...

Governor: Teachers, Not Online Course, The Key to Computer Science Growth
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Governor: Teachers, Not Online Course, The Key to Computer Science Growth

Having a teacher in the classroom rather than offering an online course is one of the keys to increasing student interest in computer science classes, Arkansas...

AI Software Reveals the Inner Workings of Short-Term Memory
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AI Software Reveals the Inner Workings of Short-Term Memory

AI networks reveal that short-term memory uses brain circuits differently depending on the complexity of a task.

Classes Address Skills Gap for Remote Coders
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Classes Address Skills Gap for Remote Coders

Startup Pesto Tech's 12-week program aims to bridge cultural and skills gaps and qualify Indian programmers for remote positions with U.S. employers.

Light-Matter Interaction ­nlocks Properties for Quantum Devices
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Light-Matter Interaction ­nlocks Properties for Quantum Devices

Researchers at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute have come up with a way to manipulate tungsten diselenide to unlock its potential to enable smaller, more efficient...

Training A Single AI Model Can Emit As Much Carbon As Five Cars in Their Lifetimes
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Training A Single AI Model Can Emit As Much Carbon As Five Cars in Their Lifetimes

Deep learning has a terrible carbon footprint, according to researchers at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
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