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DHS Awards $2M for Small Businesses to Develop Machine Learning Tech
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DHS Awards $2M for Small Businesses to Develop Machine Learning Tech

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security recently awarded funding to two small businesses to develop non-contact, inexpensive machine learning training and classification...

Brain-Computer Interface Enables Ability to 'Feel' Virtual Objects
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Brain-Computer Interface Enables Ability to 'Feel' Virtual Objects

Johns Hopkins researchers have demonstrated the ability to "feel" virtual objects in a mixed-reality environment as part of a study exploring new modes of perception...

Degree Programs Will Combine Nursing with AI, Biomedical Engineering
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Degree Programs Will Combine Nursing with AI, Biomedical Engineering

Florida Atlantic University will start two new programs this fall that combine an undergraduate's nursing degree with a master's in either artificial intelligence...

AI Pioneer Raj Reddy Receives Computer History Museum Fellow Award
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AI Pioneer Raj Reddy Receives Computer History Museum Fellow Award

Raj Reddy received the 2021 Computer History Museum Fellow Award at a virtual event on Thursday for his life's work on artificial intelligence, robotics, and computer...

Defining a Culture of Excellence in Research
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Defining a Culture of Excellence in Research

Principal investigators and other leaders play a key role in encouraging group dynamics that make people feel respected and included — or not.

Computers Design Precise Genetic Programs
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Computers Design Precise Genetic Programs

Researchers have developed a way to build genetic circuits using high-performing genetic parts and predictive computational models.

Is Programming Theory A Waste of Time?
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Is Programming Theory A Waste of Time?

How important is programming theory given that coding jobs are becoming increasingly platform-based? It's a divisive question within the developer community.

International Students Ride America's STEM Job Boom
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International Students Ride America's STEM Job Boom

Over half of international students in the U.S. are studying or working in STEM, with computer technology as the number one major, according to the Institute of...

NIST Wants to Measure Trust in AI
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NIST Wants to Measure Trust in AI

The National Institutes of Standards and Technology wants to quantify user trust in artificial intelligence.

How To Improve the Virtual Classroom
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How To Improve the Virtual Classroom

Researchers examined faculty and student attitudes towards online learning and possible avenues for improvement.

Alibaba Cloud Spends $1 Billion on Skills Development, Filipino Data Center
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Alibaba Cloud Spends $1 Billion on Skills Development, Filipino Data Center

Alibaba Cloud plans to secure $1 billion over three years to develop digital skills in Southeast Asia, including training for 100,000 developers and support for...

Commercial Video Games Could Help Treat Mental Illness, Research Shows
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Commercial Video Games Could Help Treat Mental Illness, Research Shows

Popular video games have the potential to provide low-cost, easy access, effective, and stigma-free support for some mental health issues, according to researchers...

Fewer Than Half of U.S. High Schools Teach Computer Science
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Fewer Than Half of U.S. High Schools Teach Computer Science

Tech leaders and entrepreneurs are advocating for immigration reform and pleading for more education in American high schools in computer science, a subject fewer...

AI Could Spot Wildfires Faster Than Humans
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AI Could Spot Wildfires Faster Than Humans

Since May 1, artificial intelligence software has been sifting through the images of 21 tower-mounted cameras in Sonoma County, Calif., and alerting a fire emergency...

How Software Is Eating the Car
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How Software Is Eating the Car

The trend toward self-driving and electric vehicles will add hundreds of millions of lines of code to cars.

Universities Launch Tropical Data Center Testbed
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Universities Launch Tropical Data Center Testbed

The National University of Singapore, Nanyang Technological University, and other stakeholders have established a US$17.3 million research program to develop green...

Telecom Engineer Writes Novels About Abuses of Science and Technology
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Telecom Engineer Writes Novels About Abuses of Science and Technology

Thomas J J Starr applied his insight as a telecommunications engineer to "Retrograde," a novel that explores the Internet's vulnerabilities and the disastrous impacts...

On-Job Learning, Listening to Employees Makes Teams More Resilient
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On-Job Learning, Listening to Employees Makes Teams More Resilient

Managers who encourage employees to learn on the job and speak up with ideas and suggestions have teams that are more effective and resilient in the face of unexpected...

Web Inventor Berners-Lee to Auction Source Code As An NFT
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Web Inventor Berners-Lee to Auction Source Code As An NFT

British computer scientist, inventor, and ACM A.M. Turing Award recipient Sir Tim Berners-Lee is auctioning the original code for the world wide web as a non-fungible...

Chinese Companies Use 'Third Eye' Software to Monitor Tech Workers
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Chinese Companies Use 'Third Eye' Software to Monitor Tech Workers

Chinese tech companies are using "Third Eye" surveillance software to monitor workers' web usage and idle time, and track when a worker is viewing videos or looking...
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