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UChicago to Offer Retraining Certificates, Curriculum to Build Quantum Workforce
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UChicago to Offer Retraining Certificates, Curriculum to Build Quantum Workforce

A four-day certificates program offered by the University of Chicago will educate scientists and engineers in the key principles of quantum technology and practical...

How Digital Photography Has Changed Archival Research
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How Digital Photography Has Changed Archival Research

Digital photography has become the new normal for archival research.

Chinese Coding Guru Suspended for Fake Claims
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Chinese Coding Guru Suspended for Fake Claims

The prestigious Institute of Computing Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences has suspended lab scientist Liu Lei and said he faces an investigation for claiming...

These Are The Best Universities in The World in Computer Science
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These Are The Best Universities in The World in Computer Science

Thirteen of the world's top 20 universities in computer science are based in the United States, according to the results of the Academic Ranking of World Universities...

How Coworkers Impact the Value of Your Skills
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How Coworkers Impact the Value of Your Skills

Research at Harvard's Growth Lab finds that skills of coworkers may matter as much as a worker's own skills in achieving higher income.

Data Science Community Rocked by Pet Adoption Contest Cheating Scandal
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Data Science Community Rocked by Pet Adoption Contest Cheating Scandal

A team of programmers scraped data from a pet adoption website to cheat in a $10,000 contest that was intended to help shelter pets get adopted.

Skip the Résumé Race, Crack A Hackathon to Land That Dream Job
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Skip the Résumé Race, Crack A Hackathon to Land That Dream Job

Tech companies are finding hackathons a useful channel for hiring and introducing new products.

More Chinese Scientists In America Are Going Back Home
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More Chinese Scientists In America Are Going Back Home

A growing number of Chinese scientists working in the United States and other parts of the world are returning to their homeland, enhancing China's research productivity...

Finland Is Making Its Online AI Crash Course Free to the World
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Finland Is Making Its Online AI Crash Course Free to the World

Finland launched a free online crash course in artificial intelligence to its citizens last year. Now it nation is making the six week program available for anyone...

'Regret Clause' Most Effective Anti-Cheating Method for Harvard's Intro CS Course
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'Regret Clause' Most Effective Anti-Cheating Method for Harvard's Intro CS Course

A report on cheating in Harvard's "CS50: Introduction to Computer Science" course found that a "regret clause" introduced in 2014 to reduce referrals to the university's...

Planetary Scientists Developing Large-Scale 'Imagery-Computing Superhighway'
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Planetary Scientists Developing Large-Scale 'Imagery-Computing Superhighway'

The same sophisticated satellite imaging techniques being developed to map and identify the size and composition of uncharted land in Antarctica soon may help scientists...

Robotics Workshops Help Girls Discover A Passion for Coding
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Robotics Workshops Help Girls Discover A Passion for Coding

Weekend workshops at MIT give middle and high school girls hands-on experience with robotics and coding.

NSF Awards UIC $1.5M for New Data Science Institute
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NSF Awards UIC $1.5M for New Data Science Institute

A multi-disciplinary team of University of Illinois at Chicago researchers received a three-year, $1.5 million grant from the U.S. National Science Foundation to...

Machine-Learning Tools Eye Quicker, Cheaper Solar Cell Designs
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Machine-Learning Tools Eye Quicker, Cheaper Solar Cell Designs

Researchers at Iowa State University are developing machine learning tools to help flip the design script and accelerate the development of better solar cells. ...

Rude Paper Reviews Are Pervasive and Sometimes Harmful, Study Finds
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Rude Paper Reviews Are Pervasive and Sometimes Harmful, Study Finds

Unprofessional peer reviews likely have and will continue to perpetuate the gap in STEM fields for traditionally underrepresented groups, a PeerJ study says.

Record Number of NYC Students Receiving Computer Science Education
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Record Number of NYC Students Receiving Computer Science Education

More than 160,000 students in New York City received some form of computer science education during the 2018-2019 school year, a record high, the city's Department...

Team MAVLab Wins $1 Million as Autonomous Drone Racing Champions
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Team MAVLab Wins $1 Million as Autonomous Drone Racing Champions

Team MAVLab, the drone research lab of the Delft University of Technology, won a $1 million cash prize as the leading AlphaPilot team of the 2019 Artificial Intelligence...

Amazon Retrains More of Its Staff For Digital Future
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Amazon Retrains More of Its Staff For Digital Future

Amazon is in the midst of retraining a third of its U.S. workforce to prepare for new types of work. One of the challenges, management experts say, is determining...

Using Computers To View The Unseen
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Using Computers To View The Unseen

A group of scientists from MIT CSAIL has  developed a method that can reconstruct hidden video from the subtle shadows and reflections on an observed pile of clutter...
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