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NJ Students Bring 'Missing Magic' of STEM to Kids Around the World
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NJ Students Bring 'Missing Magic' of STEM to Kids Around the World

The student-led Techshare Project, founded by high schooler Molly Cantillon, teaches STEM subjects to underprivileged children in New Jersey and around the world...

Bletchley Park: New Crisis for Code-Breaking Hub
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Bletchley Park: New Crisis for Code-Breaking Hub

Bletchley Park, home to the world's first large-scale electronic computer, is facing a financial crisis and is preparing to lay off a third of its workforce. It...

India's Plan to Compete With China: More Coding in Schools
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India's Plan to Compete With China: More Coding in Schools

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi wants India to be a world leader in research. One way he wants to get there: more coding in schools.

Pandemic Spurs a Burst of Technology Innovation
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Pandemic Spurs a Burst of Technology Innovation

Technology invention and innovation are flourishing during the coronavirus pandemic.

Women Less Likely to Receive Pay for College Internships
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Women Less Likely to Receive Pay for College Internships

The odds of women receiving pay for a college internship are 34% lower than for men, according to new research from Binghamton University.

Study Examines Robocall Strategies and Techniques for Stopping Them
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Study Examines Robocall Strategies and Techniques for Stopping Them

Researchers from North Carolina State University conducted a large-scale study of robocalls, and report on useful tools and perspectives for researchers, investigators...

Automated Coding Could Mean Big Changes for Software Developers
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Automated Coding Could Mean Big Changes for Software Developers

Researchers from Intel and MIT have unveiled a machine learning tool that brings developers one step closer to automated coding.

A Scientific Approach to Education Reform
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A Scientific Approach to Education Reform

The Covid-19 pandemic has laid bare the need to reinvent education. A new book by Sanjay Sarma, MIT's vice president for open learning, points a way.

Tech Workers Are Living the American Dream – in Canada
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Tech Workers Are Living the American Dream – in Canada

The immigration policies of the U.S. administration are driving top talent north of the border.

Developer Jobs: Demand for Programming Language Python Falls Amid Pandemic
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Developer Jobs: Demand for Programming Language Python Falls Amid Pandemic

Demand has slackened for Python coding language skills since March amid the coronavirus pandemic, according to HackerRank, the developer hiring platform.

The Silicon Valley Exodus
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The Silicon Valley Exodus

By giving their employees the freedom to work from anywhere, San Franciso Bay Area tech companies appear to have touched off an exodus.

College Kid's Fake, AI-Generated Blog Fooled Tens of Thousands
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College Kid's Fake, AI-Generated Blog Fooled Tens of Thousands

Liam Porr, a computer science student at the University of California, Berkeley, used the GPT-3 language-generating tool created by OpenAI to produce an entirely...

Software Developer Jobs Are Growing Again, and In-Demand Skills Are Changing
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Software Developer Jobs Are Growing Again, and In-Demand Skills Are Changing

New priorities for businesses have changed the type of software skills most in demand, tech recruiter Harvey Nash reports.

AI University Opens Admissions Cycle for Fall 2021
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AI University Opens Admissions Cycle for Fall 2021

The Mohamed bin Zayed University of Artificial Intelligence, a graduate-level, research-based AI university located in Abu Dhabi, has opened its admissions cycle...

AI Examines Early Intervention Opportunities for Parolees
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AI Examines Early Intervention Opportunities for Parolees

Marcus Rogers and Umit Karabiyik of Purdue University are leading an ongoing project focused on using AI-enabled tools and technology to reduce recidivism rates...

Filling the Internship Vacuum and Coding for Good Causes
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Filling the Internship Vacuum and Coding for Good Causes

With summer internships in computer science gone due to COVID-19, Tufts created the Code for Good program that placed students on technical teams to assist nonprofits...

Short on Workers, Shippers Have Robots Pick Up the Slack
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Short on Workers, Shippers Have Robots Pick Up the Slack

The COVID-19 pandemic and the explosion in demand for home-delivered goods means FedEx and other shippers are pushing the limits of what robotic arms can do.

Stanford Launches Online Program on AI in Healthcare
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Stanford Launches Online Program on AI in Healthcare

The Stanford Center for Health Education has launched Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare, an online program aimed at computer scientists, technology professionals...

MIT Researchers Lead High School Educational Initiative on Quantum Computing
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MIT Researchers Lead High School Educational Initiative on Quantum Computing

The "Qubit by Qubit" initiative aims to introduce high school students to quantum computing through two programs: a week-long summer camp, and a year-long course...

Management Gender Diversity More Valuable During Adversity
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Management Gender Diversity More Valuable During Adversity

Gender-balanced management teams help businesses, more so when companies face adverse conditions, a study by an international team of researchers suggests.
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