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Technology Sends Texts to Warn When Partner Is In Argumentative Mood
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Technology Sends Texts to Warn When Partner Is In Argumentative Mood

Sensors worn by couples can predict an impending quarrel and try to stop it, scientists say.

Demand for Data Scientists Is Booming and Will Increase
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Demand for Data Scientists Is Booming and Will Increase

Fueled by big data and AI, demand for data science skills is growing exponentially, according to job sites. The supply of skilled applicants, however, is growing...

Columbia Engineers Translate Brain Signals Directly into Speech
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Columbia Engineers Translate Brain Signals Directly into Speech

Columbia University neuroengineers have created a system that translates thought into intelligible, recognizable speech. The advance marks a critical step toward...

The Programming Languages and Skills That Pay the Best in 2019
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The Programming Languages and Skills That Pay the Best in 2019

The 10 programming languages associated with the highest-paying jobs all earned developers an average salary of above $100,000 in 2018, according to the Dice 2019...

Researchers Build Sensors to Protect the Field of Dreams
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Researchers Build Sensors to Protect the Field of Dreams

Researchers from the University of Utah and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln will develop sensors that detect when cornfields are getting attacked by insects...

H-1B Visa Lottery Changing to Favor Those With Advanced Degrees
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H-1B Visa Lottery Changing to Favor Those With Advanced Degrees

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security announced a rule change that will give highly skilled workers with advanced degrees an edge in the lottery that decides...

Collaborative Video Games Could Increase Office Productivity
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Collaborative Video Games Could Increase Office Productivity

A study by four information systems professors at Brigham Young University found that newly-formed work teams experienced a 20 percent increase in productivity...

The Robot Revolution Will Be Worse for Men
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The Robot Revolution Will Be Worse for Men

Demographics will determine who gets hit worst by automation and AI, according to Brookings. In the case of gender, men will be getting the short end of the stick...

Hiring For The AI Revolution
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Hiring For The AI Revolution

It can be extremely difficult to identify the right people who can leverage AI technology.

Scientists' Salary Data Highlight $18,000 Gender Pay Gap
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Scientists' Salary Data Highlight $18,000 Gender Pay Gap

The U.S. National Science Foundation's annual census has determined that male scientists who obtained doctorates in 2017 and have jobs in the wings expect to earn...

Technologies to Watch in 2019
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Technologies to Watch in 2019

Seven specialists forecast the developments that will push their fields forward in the year ahead.

How the Government Shutdown Is Flushing Away Federal Cyber-Talent
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How the Government Shutdown Is Flushing Away Federal Cyber-Talent

The US Federal government is in the midst of the longest gap in funding for many of its agencies in history. As the "shutdown" extends into a second month, the...

Building a Cybersecurity Workforce
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Building a Cybersecurity Workforce

The 2018 CyberForce Competition at seven U.S. national laboratories pitted 66 student teams against simulated cyberattacks on the U.S. energy infrastructure.

Computer Science Department Pauses Entry for New Majors
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Computer Science Department Pauses Entry for New Majors

The computer science department at Boston College has temporarily paused entry of new majors due to the a lack of staff.

The Talent Shortage in Quantum Computing
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The Talent Shortage in Quantum Computing

William Oliver says a lack of available quantum scientists and engineers may be an inhibitor of the technology's growth.

The Hard Part of Computer Science? Getting Into Class
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The Hard Part of Computer Science? Getting Into Class

On campuses across the United States, from major state universities to small private colleges, the surge in student demand for computer science courses is far outstripping...

Meet the Blind YouTubers Making the Internet More Accessible
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Meet the Blind YouTubers Making the Internet More Accessible

Visually impaired creators are a lifeline for those who share their disability—and they're educating and making allies of sighted people along the way.

Companies Face Challenges With Low Unemployment
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Companies Face Challenges With Low Unemployment

Chandra Kill had scheduled face-to-face interviews with 21 candidates to fill some job openings at her employment screening firm. Only 11 showed up. "A year or...

'The Goal Is to Automate Us': Welcome to the Age of Surveillance Capitalism
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'The Goal Is to Automate Us': Welcome to the Age of Surveillance Capitalism

We're living through the most profound transformation in our information environment since Johannes Gutenberg's invention of printing in circa 1439.

China's Aiming for College Excellence, India for Quotas
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China's Aiming for College Excellence, India for Quotas

Ten years ago, India was seen as a potential superpower capable of combating the rise of China. Today it is too far behind to matter.
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