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Statistics Student Improves WVU's Baseball Analytics
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Statistics Student Improves WVU's Baseball Analytics

Joseph Cuomo, an industrial mathematics and statistics student, is helping West Virginia University baseball coaches analyze data on release location, pitch velocity...

First Machine-Generated Book Published
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First Machine-Generated Book Published

Researchers at Goethe University in Germany developed an algorithm that was used by publisher Springer Nature to produce its first computer-generated book.

Professor Using VR to Aid Learning Among Students With Autism
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Professor Using VR to Aid Learning Among Students With Autism

Kennesaw State University professor Chao Mei is developing an innovative method of therapy for children with autism and attention deficit disorder.

Moscow State University Wins ICPC 2019 Programming Contest
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Moscow State University Wins ICPC 2019 Programming Contest

The Red Panda team from Moscow State University placed first in the world finals of this year's International Collegiate Programming Championship in Porto, Portugal...

Elite Chinese Music School Offers Ph.D.s in Music + AI
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Elite Chinese Music School Offers Ph.D.s in Music + AI

China's elite Central Conservatory of Music is recruiting Ph.D.s for a new Music AI and Information Technology program. Prospective students should have a background...

Future Nuclear Security Experts Train with Sandia-Designed Game
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Future Nuclear Security Experts Train with Sandia-Designed Game

The next generation of nuclear security experts is being trained by playing a war game designed with help from Sandia National Laboratories.

No Lie! Researcher Developing Online Polygraph
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No Lie! Researcher Developing Online Polygraph

Florida State University researcher Shuyuan Ho is working to create an online polygraph that uses machine-learning to identify liars and truthtellers based on the...

Faster Robots Demoralize Co-Workers
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Faster Robots Demoralize Co-Workers

A research team has found that people consider themselves less competent and expend slightly less effort when competing with and losing to robots in contests for...

Videogame Skills Score With Employers
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Videogame Skills Score With Employers

Once associated with antisocial behavior or immaturity, gaming savvy now translates into welcome workplace capabilities.

UC Santa Cruz Offering Graduate Degree in Serious Games with Social Goals
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UC Santa Cruz Offering Graduate Degree in Serious Games with Social Goals

UC Santa Cruz is launching a master's degree program in serious games that aim to help people with special needs or address other social goals.

Video Game Players Have Increased Moral Reasoning Skills, Researchers Say
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Video Game Players Have Increased Moral Reasoning Skills, Researchers Say

Young people who play video games have higher moral reasoning skills that those who don't, Bournemouth University researchers found.

Collaborative Video Games Could Increase Office Productivity
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Collaborative Video Games Could Increase Office Productivity

A study by four information systems professors at Brigham Young University found that newly-formed work teams experienced a 20 percent increase in productivity...

High School Senior Brings Pianist's Perspective to Computer Science
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High School Senior Brings Pianist's Perspective to Computer Science

A changed perspective of math and a determination gained as a piano student put Cumberland Valley High School senior Elizabeth Walker on a course to study computer...

Technology Use Has 'Tiny' Association With Adolescent Well-Being
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Technology Use Has 'Tiny' Association With Adolescent Well-Being

A study of 300,000 adolescents and parents in the UK and USA shows that use of technology has less of a negative affect on adolescent mental health than wearing...

Former Super Bowl Champ Empowers Students to Learn Computer Science
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Former Super Bowl Champ Empowers Students to Learn Computer Science

Retired NFL defensive tackle Ellis Wyms recently founded Athletes for Computer Science, which deploys athlete ambassadors to teach children in underprivileged districts...

Scientific Sonnets: Duke Team Wins Competition for Poetry-Generating Algorithm
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Scientific Sonnets: Duke Team Wins Competition for Poetry-Generating Algorithm

A team of Duke University researchers won the 2018 PoetiX Literary Creative Turing Test contest for an algorithm that composed the most "human-like" sonnets.

Film and Television Tell Children Who Can Be Scientists
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Film and Television Tell Children Who Can Be Scientists

The portrayal of STEM jobs in U.S. film and television largely reinforces the narrative that scientists are white men, according to a study by the Geena Davis Institute...

Samsung Is Building Software to Control Your TV with Your Brain
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Samsung Is Building Software to Control Your TV with Your Brain

Samsung has created smart TV software you can control with your brainwaves.

A New Study Finds Potentially Manipulative Ads in Apps for Preschoolers
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A New Study Finds Potentially Manipulative Ads in Apps for Preschoolers

Apps marketed to children 5 and younger deploy potentially manipulating tactics to deliver ads to children, raising questions about the ethics of child software...

Is a New Russian Meddling Tactic Hiding in Plain Sight?
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Is a New Russian Meddling Tactic Hiding in Plain Sight?

To an untrained eye, USAReally might look like any other fledgling news organization vying for attention in a crowded media landscape.
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