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Tech Companies Tilt Power in Performance Review Shift
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Tech Companies Tilt Power in Performance Review Shift

Tech executives have been turning up the heat on employees by giving performance reviews more teeth. For staff used to being coddled with softball reviews, the...

The Kids Are Alright
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The Kids Are Alright

Big tech interns are upbeat about prospects despite turbulence.

Hybrid Work Is Not a Silver Bullet
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Hybrid Work Is Not a Silver Bullet

The hybrid workplace could make tech companies less inclusive.

Meta Lets Algorithm Pick 60 Employees to Fire
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Meta Lets Algorithm Pick 60 Employees to Fire

The staff had no warning and noone to appeal to; all video calls were anonymized.

Students Want to Learn to Code, Lack of Access Is a Barrier
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Students Want to Learn to Code, Lack of Access Is a Barrier

Forty-nine percent of 16-to-24 year olds in the U.K. see coding languages as being either more or equally as valuable as foreign languages skills in furthering...

A Machine Can Now Do College-Level Math
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A Machine Can Now Do College-Level Math

The team of researchers has introduced a neural network that solves college-level math problems at a human level in seconds, explains the solutions, and can generate...

Data Science Jobs Are a Top Pick for Gen Z, Report Finds
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Data Science Jobs Are a Top Pick for Gen Z, Report Finds

Gen Z considers the role of data scientist to be a top occupation, ranking it No. 4 in job satisfaction, according to a Glassdoor report.

Remote Work a Double-Edged Sword for Women's Career
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Remote Work a Double-Edged Sword for Women's Career

Remote work has advantages and disadvantages, but researchers at George Washington University are finding that, for women especially, virtual work can harm a career...

2022 ACM Gordon Bell Prize Finalists Announced
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2022 ACM Gordon Bell Prize Finalists Announced

The SC22 conference schedule provides a first glimpse of the finalists for the 2022 ACM Gordon Bell Prize, awarded annually to recognize "innovation in applying...

Why Thinking Hard Makes You Feel Tired
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Why Thinking Hard Makes You Feel Tired

The desire to shut down after a day spent toiling at the computer could be a physiological response to mentally demanding work, according to a study that links...

Cash May Not Be The Only Way to Motivate Employees
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Cash May Not Be The Only Way to Motivate Employees

Employees can be motivated by both cash and tangible rewards, and managers should frame them differently to maximize their motivational benefits, researchers say...

Six Ways to Tackle the Software Engineering Skills Shortage
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Six Ways to Tackle the Software Engineering Skills Shortage

Cloud computing remains the number one most sought-after skill. There are six fundamental ways to address the talent crunch.

Gamified Education Keeps Kids Connected to STEM
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Gamified Education Keeps Kids Connected to STEM

Gamified education can improve spatial reasoning skills and shape positive attitudes towards STEM and design thinking, according to research from the University...

Tech's Offshore Hiring Has Gone Into Overdrive
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Tech's Offshore Hiring Has Gone Into Overdrive

Companies that once battled to hire employees close to home are now turning to Latin America and other markets for talent.

Network Architect Who Built His Own ISP Is Expanding His Service
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Network Architect Who Built His Own ISP Is Expanding His Service

Jared Mauch, a Michigan man who built a fiber-to-the-home Internet provider because he couldn't get good broadband service from AT&T or Comcast, is expanding with...

Why Can't Tech Fix Its Gender Problem?
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Why Can't Tech Fix Its Gender Problem?

Despite the tech sector's great wealth and loudly self-proclaimed corporate commitments to the rights of women, LGBTQ+ people, and racial minorities, tech remains...

China Tops U.S. in Quantity and Quality of Scientific Papers
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China Tops U.S. in Quantity and Quality of Scientific Papers

China now leads the world both in the number of scientific research papers as well as most cited papers, a report from Japan's science and technology ministry shows...

Inventors Must Be Human, Federal Court Rules in Blow to AI
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Inventors Must Be Human, Federal Court Rules in Blow to AI

The term "individual" in the Patent Act refers only to humans, meaning an AI doesn't count as an inventor on a patentable invention, the U.S. Court of Appeals for...

Surgeons Ask AI Which Patients Need Better Pain Management
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Surgeons Ask AI Which Patients Need Better Pain Management

Cedars-Sinai's Department of Computational Biomedicine developed artificial intelligence tools to help spine surgeons predict patient outcomes and address pain...

Women More Concerned Than Men About Some AI Developments
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Women More Concerned Than Men About Some AI Developments

Women in the United States are more skeptical than men about some uses of artificial intelligence, particularly the possible widespread use of driverless passenger...
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