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The Early Impact of COVID-19 on Tech Hiring
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The Early Impact of COVID-19 on Tech Hiring

The initial impact of the COVID-19 lockdown is less severe in tech than other industries, though many tech leaders were unprepared for the degree to which the pandemic...

Conformable Clothes Can Monitor Vital Signs
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Conformable Clothes Can Monitor Vital Signs

Form-fitting garments embedded with sensors could be used to remotely track a person's temperature and heart rate.

Gen Z Prefers Face-to-Face Instruction Over Remote Learning
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Gen Z Prefers Face-to-Face Instruction Over Remote Learning

Generation Z students have surprising preferences for face-to-face learning.

Tech Startups Are Laying Off Thousands
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Tech Startups Are Laying Off Thousands

With cash reserves drying up and investors scarce, hundreds of tech startups have shed workers during the coronavirus pandemic. Other have had to fully liquidate...

How Professors Adapted to the Shift to Remote Learning
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How Professors Adapted to the Shift to Remote Learning

Most professors used new teaching methods in this spring's massive shift to virtual courses, a new survey found. Half lowered expectations for the volume of student...

Coders Who Survived Human Trafficking Rewrite Their Identities
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Coders Who Survived Human Trafficking Rewrite Their Identities

At a Bay Area nonprofit, former abuse victims learn to code and level up their futures.

Shalini Kapoor Is India's First Woman IBM Fellow
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Shalini Kapoor Is India's First Woman IBM Fellow

Shalini Kapoor is one of 12 new IBM Fellows.

Automating Automation
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Automating Automation: CS at the Heart of the Manufacturing Economy

Using machine learning, I'm able to reduce the time required for designing products from months to mere hours as well as free up time for engineers to focus on...

Launching a New Feature in <i>Communications</i>
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Launching a New Feature in Communications

Communications is launching a new series of articles that broaden our presentation of the computing profession, with a particular focus on a young professional...

Tech Helps Animals With Limb Loss Get Back on Their Feet
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Tech Helps Animals With Limb Loss Get Back on Their Feet

University researchers are working with animal sanctuaries and pet owners to find ways to increase the mobility of animals who have lost a limb.

Mentoring Platform Connects Undergrads With K-12 Students
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Mentoring Platform Connects Undergrads With K-12 Students

Students from MIT and Harvard University have started CovEducation, a mentoring platform that connects volunteer college students with children from low-income...

Professor Develops Resource-Sharing Method for Decentralized Networks
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Professor Develops Resource-Sharing Method for Decentralized Networks

Researchers at Penn State have developed a novel algorithm to solve big data resource sharing problems over large networks.

Google to Slow Hiring for Rest of Year Amid Coronavirus Pandemic
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Google to Slow Hiring for Rest of Year Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

Google CEO Sundar Pichai told employees that the tech giant will slow its pace of hiring for the remainder of 2020, as the company deals with the economic downturn...

The Scientific Paper Is Obsolete
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The Scientific Paper Is Obsolete

The basic means of communicating scientific results hasn't changed for 400 years. Maybe we can do better.

With U.S. States Desperate for Help, IBM Will Offer Free COBOL Training
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With U.S. States Desperate for Help, IBM Will Offer Free COBOL Training

IBM is releasing a free training course to teach the 60-year-old programming language COBOL to coders. It is also launching a forum where those with knowledge of...

Large Tech Companies Hunt for Talent
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Large Tech Companies Hunt for Talent

The pandemic has large companies scooping up software engineers, designers, and other skilled workers who until recently gravitated to smaller upstarts.

School Computers Enlisted to Identify Drugs to Treat COVID-19
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School Computers Enlisted to Identify Drugs to Treat COVID-19

Researchers at the University of Louisville are using the computing power of thousands of computers in classrooms across the state of Kentucky to identify drugs...

Online Learning as Effective as Classrooms for STEM Students
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Online Learning as Effective as Classrooms for STEM Students

Students learned just as much in online STEM college courses as they do in traditional classroom settings, and at a fraction of the cost, according to a study with...

COBOL Programmers Wanted in States Running Mainframe Computers
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COBOL Programmers Wanted in States Running Mainframe Computers

Add COBOL programmers to the list of what several states urgently need as they battle the coronavirus pandemic.

Student Builds Ventilator Prototype Over a Weekend Using Parts From Walmart
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Student Builds Ventilator Prototype Over a Weekend Using Parts From Walmart

Jacob Goodman, a junior at Binghamton University, made a ventilator at his campus residence over a weekend using items he bought at Walmart.
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