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Robots Are Catching Up to Humans in the Jobs Race
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Robots Are Catching Up to Humans in the Jobs Race

A study from the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco states that increased adoption of robotics and automation equipment has been a substantial driver of the...

There Will Be More Than 250,000 New Software Developer Jobs By 2026
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There Will Be More Than 250,000 New Software Developer Jobs By 2026

Software development is expected to be among the strongest job growth sectors in the United States in the coming years, with 253,400 new positions by 2026, according...

Google Commits to White House's Job Training Initiative
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Google Commits to White House's Job Training Initiative

Google pledged to help train a quarter of a million people for technology jobs, adding its name to a White House initiative designed to get private companies to...

Falsification Prevalent in Higher Education Hiring Processes, Study Says
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Falsification Prevalent in Higher Education Hiring Processes, Study Says

A recent study examined the misrepresentation of research accomplishments by academics applying for faculty jobs.

Why U.S. Tech Inventors Are So Highly Clustered
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Why U.S. Tech Inventors Are So Highly Clustered

New research finds that high-tech inventors are significantly more productive when they work in large clusters—but there are drawbacks.

Five Years of Tech Diversity Reports – and Little Progress
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Five Years of Tech Diversity Reports – and Little Progress

When Silicon Valley companies began disclosing the demographics of their workforces in 2014, advocates hoped for change. It hasn't worked out that way.

AI Researchers See Danger of Haves, Have-Nots
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AI Researchers See Danger of Haves, Have-Nots

The growing cost of artificial intelligence research means that fewer people can easily access computing power to advance the technology, which scientists warn...

Best Tech Jobs for Women Aren't Necessarily With Tech Companies
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Best Tech Jobs for Women Aren't Necessarily With Tech Companies

The annual "Top Companies for Women Technologists" report from AnitaB.org  found that women held 29.8% of entry level tech jobs in 2019, approaching the 30% representation...

Predicting Women's Persistence in Computer Science and Technology Majors
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Predicting Women's Persistence in Computer Science and Technology Majors

A new study examines factors predicting college persistence in computer science- and technology-related majors based on data from female high school students.

Tech Industry Leaders Name Skills in Highest Demand at Their Companies
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Tech Industry Leaders Name Skills in Highest Demand at Their Companies

Software development, data analytics, engineering, and artificial intelligence/machine learning are the most in-demand skills at organizations, according to the...

Companies Walking a Fine Line Between Innovation and Cybersecurity
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Companies Walking a Fine Line Between Innovation and Cybersecurity

Company executives, business staff, and technology professionals have distinctly different views on where their organizations stand when it comes to cyber-readiness...

Debunking the Tech Founder Myth
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Debunking the Tech Founder Myth

Silicon Valley is saturated with myths that overplay the role of the tech founder. The problem is that this all-American story of scrappy individualism is not consistent...

Facial Recognition System Will Improve Classroom Attendance, Chinese University Says
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Facial Recognition System Will Improve Classroom Attendance, Chinese University Says

A university official says the facial recognition system will monitor attendence and determine if students are listening to lectures, checking their phones, or...

Help Wanted: U.S. Government Is Seeking Advice from Quantum Computing Experts
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Help Wanted: U.S. Government Is Seeking Advice from Quantum Computing Experts

The U.S. Department of Energy is looking for experts to guide the White House and federal agencies through the weird world of quantum information science.

Software Companies Follow the Skills, Locate Where Programmers Already Work
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Software Companies Follow the Skills, Locate Where Programmers Already Work

Software companies are more likely to base their operations in locations where skilled potential recruits already work, say researchers from Lancaster University...

When the AI Professor Leaves, Students Suffer, Study Says
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When the AI Professor Leaves, Students Suffer, Study Says

A study by researchers from the University of Rochester found an exodus of artificial intelligence professors from North American universities to the private sector...

MIT Report Examines How to Make Technology Work for Society
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MIT Report Examines How to Make Technology Work for Society

MIT's Task Force on the Work of the Future calls for bold public and private action to harness technology for shared prosperity.

CS Department Hires Ethics TAs
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CS Department Hires Ethics TAs

Ten newly-hired teaching assistants will integrate ethics into Brown University's computer science curriculum.

The Next Hot Job: Pretending to Be a Robot
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The Next Hot Job: Pretending to Be a Robot

The proliferation of not-yet-autonomous technologies is driving a tiny but growing need for human robot-minders.

WSU Project Aims to Hire and Retain More Women, Minority STEM Faculty
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WSU Project Aims to Hire and Retain More Women, Minority STEM Faculty

A grant from the U.S. National Science Foundation will help Wichita State University take steps to increase the number of women and minorities in its STEM faculty...
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