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Tech Industry Has Hardest Job Interviews, Study Says
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Tech Industry Has Hardest Job Interviews, Study Says

The technology industry has the hardest job interviews of 12 sectors examined in a recent study.

Tech Workers Are Leaving San Francisco, NY, for Austin and Nashville
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Tech Workers Are Leaving San Francisco, NY, for Austin and Nashville

It's unclear, however, whether the transplanted techies will stay put after the pandemic.

Peanut the Waiter Robot Is Proof That Your Job Is Safe
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Peanut the Waiter Robot Is Proof That Your Job Is Safe

Restaurants are struggling to hire people, so one Jersey Shore grill employed a machine. It confirms that humans remain indispensable.

Google, Hospital Chain Partner in Push to Boost Efficiency
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Google, Hospital Chain Partner in Push to Boost Efficiency

The companies hope to develop algorithms to "empower physicians, nurses, and others with workflow tools, analysis and alerts on their mobile devices to help clinicians...

Study: Managers Who Listen Attract Top Talent
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Study: Managers Who Listen Attract Top Talent

Managers who are open to employee input are more likely to attract workers from other units in their organizations, according to researchers at the ILR School of...

Microsoft Adapts OpenAI's GPT-3 to Automatically Write Code
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Microsoft Adapts OpenAI's GPT-3 to Automatically Write Code

Microsoft unveiled new tools for automatically generating computer code and formulas, in a new adaptation of GPT-3 natural-language technology.

Using AI to Predict and Ease Congestion
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Using AI to Predict and Ease Congestion

A project led by the University of Melbourne uses artificial intelligence to predict traffic congestion up to three hours in advance, and optimizes traffic signals...

Redditors Aim to 'Free Science' From For-Profit Publishers
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Redditors Aim to 'Free Science' From For-Profit Publishers

A group of Redditors have come together in a bid to download over 85 million scientific papers from the Sci-Hub website and make them available as an "uncensorable"...

Columbia Team Builds Hacker-Resistant Cloud Software System
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Columbia Team Builds Hacker-Resistant Cloud Software System

Columbia University researchers have developed a system that guarantees — through a mathematical proof — the security of virtual machines in the cloud.

Some California Colleges Offer Credit For Playing Video Games
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Some California Colleges Offer Credit For Playing Video Games

Both Cal State Dominguez Hills and UC Irvine offer certificates in esports, which means students can earn credit for playing video games.

U.S. Has Almost 500,000 Job Openings in Cybersecurity
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U.S. Has Almost 500,000 Job Openings in Cybersecurity

The U.S. Commerce Department's Cyber Seek technology job-tracking database and the trade group CompTIA count about 465,000 current U.S. cybersecurity job openings...

How Shape-Shifting Magnets Could Help Build a Lower-Emission Computer
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How Shape-Shifting Magnets Could Help Build a Lower-Emission Computer

Researchers are working on building computers with magnets, which could fundamentally change how they work and lead to powerful, lower-energy devices.

MiraCosta, UC Irvine Partner to Get Women of Color Into Computer Science
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MiraCosta, UC Irvine Partner to Get Women of Color Into Computer Science

MiraCosta College has partnered with UC Irvine on the Pathways to Computing for Women of Color initiative intended to increase the number of women of color pursuing...

Archaeologists Teach Computers to Sort Ancient Pottery
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Archaeologists Teach Computers to Sort Ancient Pottery

Archaeologists at Northern Arizona University used convolutional neural networks to teach computers to perform image-based classification of thousands of ancient...

Numerical Method Makes Simulating Landslide Tsunamis Possible
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Numerical Method Makes Simulating Landslide Tsunamis Possible

Researchers from Tohoku University have developed a numerical method that paves the way for simulating landslide tsunamis.

Building a Workforce for the Quantum Age
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Building a Workforce for the Quantum Age

Purdue University is working to build a quantum workforce, using an array of tools including an upcoming Quantum Summer School, an online edX MicroMaster Program...

Tiny Wireless, Injectable Chips Use Ultrasound to Monitor Body Processes
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Tiny Wireless, Injectable Chips Use Ultrasound to Monitor Body Processes

Researchers at Columbia Engineering have built a single-chip implantable or injectable medical device with a total volume of less than 0.1 mm3.

Bill Seeks to Limit Use of Non-Compete Agreements
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Bill Seeks to Limit Use of Non-Compete Agreements

The Workforce Mobility Act introduced in the U.S. Congress seeks to restrict the use of non-compete agreements in most situations.

Big Tech Enters Visa Fray to Save Jobs for Spouses of Foreign Workers
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Big Tech Enters Visa Fray to Save Jobs for Spouses of Foreign Workers

Big Tech is wading into a legal fight over visas in an attempt to preserve jobs of spouses of its foreign employees who are working in the U.S.

Python Creator Wants to Make the Language Twice As Fast
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Python Creator Wants to Make the Language Twice As Fast

Guido van Rossum, who created popular programming language Python 30 years ago, has outlined plans to make it twice as fast, addressing a key weakness compared...
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