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Biology Will Be the Next Great Computing Platform
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Biology Will Be the Next Great Computing Platform

In some ways, Synthego looks like any other Silicon Valley startup.

Football Star Tackles Computer Science
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Football Star Tackles Computer Science

USC student-athlete Yoofi Quansah balanced sports and academics, training 20 hours per week while earning his bachelor's and master's computer science degrees in...

Despite Backlash, Loot Boxes Could Be Essential to Gaming's Future
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Despite Backlash, Loot Boxes Could Be Essential to Gaming's Future

With all the controversy, scrutiny, and international regulation randomized video game loot boxes are facing these days, you might think the practice of charging...

Virtual-Reality Applications Give Science a New Dimension
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Virtual-Reality Applications Give Science a New Dimension

As I put on a virtual-reality (VR) headset, the outside world disappears.

Singapore Airport May Use Facial Recognition Systems to Find Late Passengers
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Singapore Airport May Use Facial Recognition Systems to Find Late Passengers

Ever been delayed on a flight because of straggling fellow passengers?

Shake Rattle and Code
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Shake Rattle and Code

A team from the Southern California Earthquake Center is using the supercomputing resources of the Argonne Leadership Computing Facility to advance modeling for...

Cambridge Receives Funding for New AI Supercomputer
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Cambridge Receives Funding for New AI Supercomputer

A new £10 million (US$13.65 millon) AI academic supercomputer, based at the University of Cambridge, will be made available to artificial intelligence technology...

Intel Wants Its New Drones to Find Jobs Outside the Spotlight
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Intel Wants Its New Drones to Find Jobs Outside the Spotlight

Intel Corp. drones played starring roles at the 2018 Winter Olympics, the music and arts festival Coachella and danced above the Bellagio Hotel's fountains in Las...

Flying Disc Project Mistaken for UFO
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Flying Disc Project Mistaken for UFO

Back in 1992, UNLV engineering professors Brendan O'Toole and Darrell Pepper challenged their students to build the world's largest flying disc.

How A Major Tech Company Could Help Educate California High School Students
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How A Major Tech Company Could Help Educate California High School Students

IBM wants to create 20 new California schools offering career training in science and technology, with the support of state lawmakers.

White House Considers Restricting Chinese Researchers Over Espionage Fears
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White House Considers Restricting Chinese Researchers Over Espionage Fears

The Trump administration is considering strict measures to block Chinese citizens from performing sensitive research at American universities and research institutes...

This Indian Techie Is Fighting Sexism in Artificial Intelligence
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This Indian Techie Is Fighting Sexism in Artificial Intelligence

Frustrated by the reinforcement of sexist ideas by subservient bots with female personas, Kriti Sharma has created a gender-neutral personal finance assistant. ...

Iran Confirms Arrest of British Computer Science Professor
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Iran Confirms Arrest of British Computer Science Professor

A spokesman for Iran's judiciary has confirmed that Abbas Edalat, a British-Iranian academic, has been arrested on security charges.

Students to Speak with NASA Astronauts on Space Station
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Students to Speak with NASA Astronauts on Space Station

Students from the United States and Japan will talk with astronauts on the International Space Station this week as part of NASA's Year of Education on Station....

Disney Unveils a Prototype Virtual-Reality Jacket to Simulate Hugs, Punches and a Snake Slithering Across Your Body
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Disney Unveils a Prototype Virtual-Reality Jacket to Simulate Hugs, Punches and a Snake Slithering Across Your Body

A big, green snake slithers up your body, squeezing your rib cage, but you're not afraid. It's strangely exhilarating.

Army Researchers Find the Best Cyber Teams Are Antisocial Cyber Teams
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Army Researchers Find the Best Cyber Teams Are Antisocial Cyber Teams

Army researchers have discovered what experienced information security teams already know: actual human interaction isn't a key to success when you already know...

The Surprisingly Simple iPad Apps Pilots Use to Make Your Flight Better
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The Surprisingly Simple iPad Apps Pilots Use to Make Your Flight Better

As you queue anxiously on the jet bridge, you pull out your tablet to see how much battery you've got left.

Who's Firing? (Qualcomm, GoPro, and IBM, Again) Who's Hiring? (Facebook, Apple, Amazon)
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Who's Firing? (Qualcomm, GoPro, and IBM, Again) Who's Hiring? (Facebook, Apple, Amazon)

In what has practically turned into an annual sign of spring, IBM rained layoff notices down on its tech workforce in late March and again in April.

British-Iranian Computer Scientist Detained in Iran, British Officials Say
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British-Iranian Computer Scientist Detained in Iran, British Officials Say

Abbas Edalat, a professor of computer science and mathematics at Imperial College London and a political activist, has been arrested by Iran's Revolutionary Guards...

A New Startup Wants to Use Crispr to Diagnose Disease
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A New Startup Wants to Use Crispr to Diagnose Disease

In 2011, biologists Jennifer Doudna and Emmanuelle Charpentier published a landmark paper introducing the world to Crispr. The arcane family of bacterial proteins...
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