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As Companies Embrace AI, It's a Job-Seeker's Market
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As Companies Embrace AI, It's a Job-Seeker's Market

Dozens of employers looking to hire the next generation of tech employees descended on the University of California, Berkeley in September to meet students at an...

Stringent Password Policies Help Prevent Fraud, Study Finds
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Stringent Password Policies Help Prevent Fraud, Study Finds

Longer minimum passwords are the most effective way to prevent password reuse and reduce potential exposure in a third-party data breach.

Graduate Student Solves Quantum Verification Problem
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Graduate Student Solves Quantum Verification Problem

Urmila Mahadev spent eight years in graduate school solving one of the most basic questions in quantum computation: How do you know whether a quantum computer has...

Mozilla's $3.5M Plan to Teach Ethics to Coders
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Mozilla's $3.5M Plan to Teach Ethics to Coders

Mozilla has announced the Responsible Computer Science Challenge to teach computer science undergraduates about ethics.

AIs Invent Weird New Limbs to Beat Virtual Obstacle Courses
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AIs Invent Weird New Limbs to Beat Virtual Obstacle Courses

What are the best two legs for running an obstacle course? One leg that crawls at the knee joint, and one massive leg dragged behind for stability like a kangaroo's...

China's Huawei Takes Aim at Qualcomm, Nvidia With New AI Chips
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China's Huawei Takes Aim at Qualcomm, Nvidia With New AI Chips

Huawei Technologies Co. has overtaken Apple Inc. in smartphones. Now it wants to take on some of America's largest technology companies in semiconductors.

How to Build Equitable Computer Science Curricula
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How to Build Equitable Computer Science Curricula

As workforce forecasts emphasize the importance of developing computer science skills early, researchers are working to create best practices for equitable curricula...

Soldiers in Facebook's War on Fake News Are Feeling Overrun
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Soldiers in Facebook's War on Fake News Are Feeling Overrun

The fictional news stories pop up on Facebook faster than Paterno Esmaquel II and his co-workers can stamp them out.

A Tech Boom in Pittsburgh Brings Hope and Angst
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A Tech Boom in Pittsburgh Brings Hope and Angst

The city of Pittsburgh, the one-time steel capital that's long been a symbol of Rust-Belt decline, is emerging as a vibrant hub for artificial intelligence, robotics...

Tech Industry Seen as Top Offender in Gender and Age Pay Gap
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Tech Industry Seen as Top Offender in Gender and Age Pay Gap

Nearly a third of U.S. workers do not believe employees at their company are fairly compensated regardless of their age, race, or gender, according to Beqom's 2018...

These Scientists May Be Your Next Members of Congress
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These Scientists May Be Your Next Members of Congress

Candidates with science backgrounds from across the political spectrum are bidding for seats in Congress.

Bringing Robotics To Girls In Ghana
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Bringing Robotics To Girls In Ghana

Judy Amanor-Boadu has started a series of girls' robotics clubs in her home country of Ghana.

Painting Cars for Mars
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Painting Cars for Mars

When John Campanella's friend wanted his beloved Ferrari painted, he knew exactly who to call.

Team Breaks Exaop Barrier With Deep Learning Application
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Team Breaks Exaop Barrier With Deep Learning Application

A team of Berkeley Lab and ORNL computational scientists and Nvidia engineers has demonstrated an exascale-class deep learning application that has broken the exaop...

How Do You Find an Alien Ocean? Margaret Kivelson Figured It Out
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How Do You Find an Alien Ocean? Margaret Kivelson Figured It Out

The data was like nothing Margaret Kivelson and her team of physicists ever expected.

Backscatter Method Allows 3D-Printed Objects to Communicate Their Usage Wirelessly
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Backscatter Method Allows 3D-Printed Objects to Communicate Their Usage Wirelessly

Researchers at the University of Washington have developed 3-D printed assistive technology that can track and store their use—without using batteries or electronics...

China Makes A Big Play In Silicon Valley
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China Makes A Big Play In Silicon Valley

A year ago, Chinese President Xi Jinping stood before the 19th Communist Party Congress and laid out his ambitious plan for China to become a world leader by 2025...

Students Develop Technology to Prevent Road Accidents
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Students Develop Technology to Prevent Road Accidents

Students at UPES in New Delhi have developed a sleep detector device that issues an alarm to alert inattentive drivers.

Why Pentagon Cloud-Computing Contract Is a Huge Deal
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Why Pentagon Cloud-Computing Contract Is a Huge Deal

The U.S. Defense Department is running a winner-take-all competition to choose a cloud-computing company to host its trove of information, perhaps including top...

Apple to Offer Free In-Store Coding Sessions for EU Code Week
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Apple to Offer Free In-Store Coding Sessions for EU Code Week

Apple will offer at least one free coding session every day in every Apple Store across Europe for EU Code Week.
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