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D-Wave Launches Free Quantum Cloud Service
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D-Wave Launches Free Quantum Cloud Service

D-Wave joins IBM and Rigetti in offering access to quantum cloud services.

A Snapshot of Data Scientist Jobs Around the World
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A Snapshot of Data Scientist Jobs Around the World

The compensation and demand for data scientists varies widely around the world.

Brain-Inspired Architecture Could Improve How Computers Handle Data and Advance AI
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Brain-Inspired Architecture Could Improve How Computers Handle Data and Advance AI

IBM researchers designed a new computer architecture with co-located memory and processing. In studies, their prototype ran 200 times faster than conventional computers...

More Than Money: A Tech Giant's Commitment to Public Schools
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More Than Money: A Tech Giant's Commitment to Public Schools

Funding from Salesforce.org will support the creation and implementation of curricula in math, science, and computer science in the San Francisco Unified School...

Chinese Armed Drones Now Flying Across Mideast Battlefields
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Chinese Armed Drones Now Flying Across Mideast Battlefields

High above Yemen's rebel-held city of Hodeida, a drone controlled by Emirati forces hovered as an SUV carrying a top Shiite Houthi rebel official turned onto a...

Research Could Lead to More Energy-Efficient Computing
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Research Could Lead to More Energy-Efficient Computing

Research at Binghamton University could lead to more inexpensive, energy-efficient, and high-density neuristor circuits, accelerating the path to more energy efficient...

'Optical Tweezers' and Tools Used for Laser Eye Surgery Snag Physics Nobel
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'Optical Tweezers' and Tools Used for Laser Eye Surgery Snag Physics Nobel

Optical physicists Arthur Ashkin, Gérard Mourou and Donna Strickland have won this year's Nobel Prize in Physics for "groundbreaking inventions in the field of...

Why Has America Been Such a Magnet for Immigrant Scientists?
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Why Has America Been Such a Magnet for Immigrant Scientists?

Changes in immigration policies hover over a culture that's rewarded excellence and has not historically imposed restrictions based on prior connections, social...

The Human Cell Atlas Is Biologists' Latest Grand Project
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The Human Cell Atlas Is Biologists' Latest Grand Project

Aviv Regev speaks with the urgent velocity of someone who has seen the world with an extraordinary new acuity, and can't wait for you to hurry up and see it too...

How Programmable Calculators and a Sci-Fi Story Brought Soviet Teens Into the Digital Age
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How Programmable Calculators and a Sci-Fi Story Brought Soviet Teens Into the Digital Age

Despite the ubiquity of computers in modern society, the vast majority of today's students never study computer science or computer programming.

Math Titans Clash Over Epic Proof of the ABC Conjecture
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Math Titans Clash Over Epic Proof of the ABC Conjecture

Two mathematicians have found what they say is a hole at the heart of a proof that has convulsed the mathematics community for nearly six years.

Bill Requires California Corporate Boards to Include Women
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Bill Requires California Corporate Boards to Include Women

Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill into law that makes California the first U.S. state to require corporate boards of directors to include women.

After Years of Abusive E-mails, the Creator of Linux Steps Aside
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After Years of Abusive E-mails, the Creator of Linux Steps Aside

The e-mails of the celebrated programmer Linus Torvalds land like thunderbolts from on high onto public lists, full of invective, insults, and demeaning language...

Supercomputing for Better Commuting
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Supercomputing for Better Commuting

ORNL and GridSmart Technologies are using high performance computing to improve fuel economy, reduce emissions, and facilitate the smooth flow of traffic.

Software Will Speed Up Snow Removal at Penn State
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Software Will Speed Up Snow Removal at Penn State

The snow day at Penn State may just have become more elusive, thanks to software developed by recent industrial engineering graduate Achal Goel.  

China's Leaders Are Softening Their Stance on AI
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China's Leaders Are Softening Their Stance on AI

China might be at loggerheads with the United States over trade, but it is calling for a friendlier approach to the development of artificial intelligence.

Engaging Students In STEM By Changing The Classroom Experience
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Engaging Students In STEM By Changing The Classroom Experience

Class attendance and participation as well as test scores have improved since Iowa State University ditched the traditional classroom format for a team-based learning...

Making Research Integrity A Priority
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Making Research Integrity A Priority

Universities, funding agencies, and scientific journals need a "culture of trust" to ensure the integrity of research, said participants in a one-day summit at...

60 Years of DARPA's Favorite Toys
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60 Years of DARPA's Favorite Toys

This year, the U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) turned 60. To celebrate, DARPA held a conference in Washington, D.C. One of the highlights...

Robots and Virtual Reality In The Arctic
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Robots and Virtual Reality In The Arctic

Pinnguaq Makerspace in Canada's vast Nunavut territory aims to be a hub for people of all ages to explore science and technology.
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