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Psychological Safety Can Enable Innovation, Study Says
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Psychological Safety Can Enable Innovation, Study Says

Psychological safety is an internal resource that managers can leverage to support a firm's capabilities to innovate, according to a study published in the International...

Can An Algorithm Help Scientists Write Better Quantum Programs?
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Can An Algorithm Help Scientists Write Better Quantum Programs?

Timothy Proctor, a quantum physicist at Sandia National Laboratories, is leading a research project to help quantum computer scientists write better programs that...

NSF Awards $20 Million to Universities for Advanced Data Science
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NSF Awards $20 Million to Universities for Advanced Data Science

The U.S. National Science Foundation has announced awards totaling $20 million that will fund two multi-university teams of scientists and engineers who will conduct...

Tweeting Their Way to Higher Pay
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Tweeting Their Way to Higher Pay

Executives and others can advance their job prospects through personal branding on social media, research shows.

The Overworked Humans Behind China's Virtual Influencers
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The Overworked Humans Behind China's Virtual Influencers

Hidden behind the perfect faces of China's $16 billion virtual celebrity industry is an angry, overworked labor force.

Japan to Foster Startups by Sending 1,000 People to Silicon Valley
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Japan to Foster Startups by Sending 1,000 People to Silicon Valley

Japan plans to encourage startup businesses by sending 1,000 people to Silicon Valley over five years to provide them with valuable entrepreneurial experience in...

Machine Learning Helps Treatment of Chronic Conditions
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Machine Learning Helps Treatment of Chronic Conditions

Machine learning models present opportunities to improve quality of care, self-management, and decision-making support to reduce treatment burden and the risk of...

Protestware on the Rise: Why Developers Are Sabotaging Their Own Code
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Protestware on the Rise: Why Developers Are Sabotaging Their Own Code

App makers are increasingly experiencing the consequences of software self-sabotage, where developers deliberately sabotage their own software libraries as a means...

Harvard-Educated Professor Is Propelling China's AI Ambitions
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Harvard-Educated Professor Is Propelling China's AI Ambitions

Andrew Yao has influenced some of the biggest Chinese startups, informed government policy, and molded a generation of academics.

Could Machine Learning Fuel a Reproducibility Crisis in Science?
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Could Machine Learning Fuel a Reproducibility Crisis in Science?

Researchers Sayash Kapoor and Arvind Narayanan at Princeton University have sounded an alarm about what they call a "brewing reproducibility crisis" in machine-learning...

Bridging the Digital Divide With 6G Technology
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Bridging the Digital Divide With 6G Technology

Harald Haas at the University of Strathclyde and Robert Schober at FAU will investigate the use of point-to-point free space optical communications to provide an...

Scientists Are Trying to Give Robots Social Skills
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Scientists Are Trying to Give Robots Social Skills

A team of MIT researchers has developed a framework for robotics that incorporates social interactions, enabling the machines to understand how they help — or hinder...

Inside Ukraine's Thriving Tech Sector
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Inside Ukraine's Thriving Tech Sector

The tech sector is thriving in Ukraine, bringing in billions in revenue this year. There are concerns the good times may not last.

Fraudsters Pose Threat to Trusted LinkedIn Platform
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Fraudsters Pose Threat to Trusted LinkedIn Platform

Fraudsters who exploit LinkedIn to lure users into cryptocurrency investment schemes pose a "significant threat" to the platform and consumers, says Sean Ragan,...

Student From Ukraine Solves Quantum Optical System Problem
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Student From Ukraine Solves Quantum Optical System Problem

Ukrainian Nazar Pyvovar, a recent graduate of the University of Alabama in Huntsville, has simplified a difficult mathematical problem to further illuminate the...

Tech Industry Layoffs May Undo Workforce Diversity Gains
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Tech Industry Layoffs May Undo Workforce Diversity Gains

Companies have recently made progress in employee diversity, but cuts due to economic worries are expected to hurt underrepresented workers most. 

Companies, Universities Are Building 'Cyber Talent Hub'
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Companies, Universities Are Building 'Cyber Talent Hub'

Cybersecurity companies, investors, and universities are collaborating to build a platform that aims to bolster the cyber talent pool by connecting students with...

Code/Art Paints A More Equitable Tech Future for Miami
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Code/Art Paints A More Equitable Tech Future for Miami

To tackle the gender disparity in tech, Amy Austin Renshaw founded the Miami-based nonprofit Code/Art which uses art to help increase the number of girls interested...

Collaborators Will Use AI to Model Uncertainty
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Collaborators Will Use AI to Model Uncertainty

The University of Adelaide and MTX Group have entered into a research collaboration that will use ML and AI to model uncertainty with a view to avoiding failure...

Microsoft President Sees 'New Era' of Stagnating Labor Pool
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Microsoft President Sees 'New Era' of Stagnating Labor Pool

U.S. companies are facing a "new era" in which fewer people are entering the workforce and pressure to pay higher salaries may become permanent, says Microsoft...
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