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IBM Remains Top Recipient of U.S. Patents in 2020
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IBM Remains Top Recipient of U.S. Patents in 2020

IBM held its long-time place as the top recipient of U.S. patents in 2020 with 9,130 inventions, followed by Samsung, Canon, and Microsoft, according to research...

What Do Software Engineers Get Paid?
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What Do Software Engineers Get Paid?

Levels.fyi details compensation for software engineering professionals at the highest-paying companies last year.

Finland Closes 90-day Tech Migration Scheme After Thousands Apply
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Finland Closes 90-day Tech Migration Scheme After Thousands Apply

Finland received more than 5,300 applications in one month for its groundbreaking scheme offering foreign tech workers and their families the chance to relocate...

Gift Creates New Cornell College of Computing and Information Science
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Gift Creates New Cornell College of Computing and Information Science

A transformative nine-figure gift from Ann S. Bowers will establish the Cornell Ann S. Bowers College of Computing and Information Science, supporting Cornell's...

The Death and Life of an Admissions Algorithm
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The Death and Life of an Admissions Algorithm

The University of Texas at Austin has stopped using a machine-learning system to evaluate applicants for its Ph.D. program in computer science.

Non-Compete Agreements Stifle Workers, Research Says
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Non-Compete Agreements Stifle Workers, Research Says

Research on the non-compete agreements some companies require of employees points to the same conclusion: non-competes stifle workers.

Federal Judge Halts Trump's H-1B Visa Rules
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Federal Judge Halts Trump's H-1B Visa Rules

A federal judge has struck down two Trump administration rules issued in October that were meant to restrict H-1B visas which the tech industry relies on for highly...

Scientific Journals Commit to Diversity But Lack the Data
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Scientific Journals Commit to Diversity But Lack the Data

Many prominent scientific publishers say they do not track the number of black or minority ethnic scientists whose work appears in their journals.

Tech Startups Say New Pay Rules for H-1B Visas Are Unaffordable
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Tech Startups Say New Pay Rules for H-1B Visas Are Unaffordable

New rules from the Trump administration restricting skilled foreign workers are unnerving U.S. startup hubs, as founders and investors say the limitations will...

Meet Your (Chinese) Facebook Censors
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Meet Your (Chinese) Facebook Censors

At least half a dozen Chinese nationals are working as social media censors at Facebook, a former company insider says.

Companies Are Using Technology To Monitor For Coronavirus In The Workplace
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Companies Are Using Technology To Monitor For Coronavirus In The Workplace

As businesses look to reopen, technology firms are offering an array of monitoring systems to try to keep the coronavirus out of office buildings, medical facilities...

How Many Technologists Are Relocating from Big Cities?
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How Many Technologists Are Relocating from Big Cities?

While most technologists continue working in their cities during the pandemic, a survey by Blind found that a not-insignificant minority have left some of the country's...

Trump Moves to Tighten Visa Access for High-Skilled Foreign Workers
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Trump Moves to Tighten Visa Access for High-Skilled Foreign Workers

The Trump administration has announced stricter rules for the H-1B visa program, which U.S. tech companies have long valued.

Report Shows It Could Take 12 Years to Reach Equal Representation of Women in Tech
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Report Shows It Could Take 12 Years to Reach Equal Representation of Women in Tech

Women technologists account for 28.8% of the technology workforce this year, up from 25.9% in 2018 and 26.2% in 2019, according to AnitaB.org's 10th annual "Top...

America's Innovation Edge Now in Peril, Report Says
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America's Innovation Edge Now in Peril, Report Says

A sweeping report from Baker Institute and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences urges significant policy and funding action to ensure the United States does...

U.S. Announces $150 Million For H-1B Workforce Training Program
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U.S. Announces $150 Million For H-1B Workforce Training Program

The U.S. Department of Labor  is making $150 million available through the H-1B One Workforce Grant Program to support training for middle-to-high-skilled H-1B...

Meet the Computer Scientist Who Helped Push for Paper Ballots
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Meet the Computer Scientist Who Helped Push for Paper Ballots

Award-winning computer scientist and electronic voting expert Barbara Simons has been fighting for secure elections for two decades.

Alumnus Donates Brain-Computer Interface Technology to Tufts
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Alumnus Donates Brain-Computer Interface Technology to Tufts

Alumnus Jeff Stibel and his business partners donated BrainGate Inc. and its brain-computer interface technologies to Tufts University.

Hiring Trends in the Time of Covid-19
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Hiring Trends in the Time of Covid-19

Job postings increased nearly across the board for key occupations in the tech sector in June versus May, suggesting that employer confidence may be returning. ...

China Bans Scratch, MIT's Programming Language for Kids
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China Bans Scratch, MIT's Programming Language for Kids

Organizations and students in China can no longer access the website of Scratch, the programming language developed at the MIT Media Lab.
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