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RV Mobile Lab Broadens the Pool of Research Participants
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RV Mobile Lab Broadens the Pool of Research Participants

A New York City-based mobile communication lab is enabling researchers to diversify their pool of study participants to include those rarely surveyed and hardest...

How We Saved the Deep Space 1 Spacecraft
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How We Saved the Deep Space 1 Spacecraft

On Sept. 22, 2001, about 50 people huddled around computer monitors in a control room at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, some more anxious...

Quantum Research Gets A Boost at Sandia, Los Alamos Labs
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Quantum Research Gets A Boost at Sandia, Los Alamos Labs

An $8 million award from the U.S. Department of Energy will enable scientists at Sandia and Los Alamos national laboratories to build advanced tools for nanotechnology...

Charlotte and Austin Outrank San Francisco in Study of Best Places to Work in Tech
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Charlotte and Austin Outrank San Francisco in Study of Best Places to Work in Tech

The best places to live and work for tech professionals aren't in San Francisco or even the West Coast, according to a new study which offers a snapshot of the...

U.S. Begins First Cyberoperation Against Russia Aimed at Protecting Elections
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U.S. Begins First Cyberoperation Against Russia Aimed at Protecting Elections

The United States Cyber Command is targeting individual Russian operatives to try to deter them from spreading disinformation to interfere in elections, telling...

Apple CEO to Warn Big Tech Must Keep Users' Trust
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Apple CEO to Warn Big Tech Must Keep Users' Trust

Apple's chief executive is expected to warn that technology companies must maintain the trust and confidence of their users if they want to achieve their true potential...

Linux Foundation Awards Open Source Training Scholarships
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Linux Foundation Awards Open Source Training Scholarships

The Linux Foundation has awarded LiFT Scholarships to 31 existing and aspiring professionals around the world.

Ninth-Graders Get Jump on Computer Science Degrees
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Ninth-Graders Get Jump on Computer Science Degrees

About 30 Albany-area ninth-graders are on the fast track to computer science degrees and careers as a New York State program moves through its first year.

Europe and US Lock Horns on Transatlantic Privacy
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Europe and US Lock Horns on Transatlantic Privacy

Europe's effort to export its tough privacy rules around the world is about to run into a wall of U.S. resistance.

White House Wooing Tech Workers for Tours of Duty in Government
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White House Wooing Tech Workers for Tours of Duty in Government

The White House plans to convene technology giants including Amazon.com, Google, Microsoft, and IBM on Monday and urge them to make it easier for their workers...

Student's Space-Detecting Algorithm Leads Drivers to Empty Parking Spot
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Student's Space-Detecting Algorithm Leads Drivers to Empty Parking Spot

Sai Nikhil Reddy Mettupally, a graduate student at the University of Alabama in Huntsville, developed a space-detecting algorithm that relies on data analytics...

Water to Cool High-Performance Computing System Cut in Half
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Water to Cool High-Performance Computing System Cut in Half

Sandia engineer David J. Martinez was recognized for his contributions to a cooling system that helps halve the amount of water used to cool a high-performance...

Why the Search for Aliens Could Unite Us Here on Earth
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Why the Search for Aliens Could Unite Us Here on Earth

If aliens are trying to talk to us (or even if they are not), Jill Tarter will be the one to find them.

Shaken by Hype, Self-Driving Leaders Adopt New Strategy: Shutting Up
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Shaken by Hype, Self-Driving Leaders Adopt New Strategy: Shutting Up

Three former executives at Google, Tesla and Uber who once raced to be the first to develop self-driving cars have adopted a new strategy: Slow down. And shut up...

New Data Science Method Makes Charts Easier to Read at a Glance
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New Data Science Method Makes Charts Easier to Read at a Glance

The "Pixel Approximate Entropy" technique, which provides a score to quantify the visual complexity of difficult charts, could help users in emergency settings...

Scientists, Too, Are Being Automated
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Scientists, Too, Are Being Automated

A combination of artificial intelligence and nimble robots are allowing scientists to do more, and be faster, than they ever could with mere human hands and brains...

In Facebook's Effort to Fight Fake News, Human Fact-Checkers Struggle to Keep Up
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In Facebook's Effort to Fight Fake News, Human Fact-Checkers Struggle to Keep Up

At Facebook Inc. headquarters in Silicon Valley this week, engineers and researchers huddled around computers in a newly configured "war room" to fight misinformation...

Grant to Increase UTA Doctoral Students in Computer Science and Engineering
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Grant to Increase UTA Doctoral Students in Computer Science and Engineering

Professor Ishfaq Ahmad has received a $1.2 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education that will significantly increase the number of Ph.D. students in...

Cyber-Skills Shortage Means Students Are Being Recruited to Fight Off Hackers
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Cyber-Skills Shortage Means Students Are Being Recruited to Fight Off Hackers

Students with little or no cybersecurity knowledge are being paired with easy-to-use AI software that lets them protect the Texas A&M campus from attack.

Scientists to Debate Landing Site for Next Mars Rover
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Scientists to Debate Landing Site for Next Mars Rover

Hundreds of scientists and Mars-exploration enthusiasts will convene in a hotel ballroom just north of Los Angeles later this week to present, discuss and deliberate...
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