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Who Feels the Pain of Science Research Budget Cuts?
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Who Feels the Pain of Science Research Budget Cuts?

Science funding is intended to support the production of new knowledge and ideas that develop new technologies, improve medical treatments and strengthen the economy...

Silicon Valley's Big Three vs. Detroit's Golden-Age Big Three
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Silicon Valley's Big Three vs. Detroit's Golden-Age Big Three

Over the last 20 years, the technology industry has become the most powerful industry in the world, boasting seven of the 20 most profitable companies.

IT Job Interviews: 11 Ways to Stand Out to CIOs
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IT Job Interviews: 11 Ways to Stand Out to CIOs

IT and business leaders describe the characteristics they hold above the rest when it comes to hiring IT talent.

Earth-Observing Companies Push for More-Advanced Science Satellites
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Earth-Observing Companies Push for More-Advanced Science Satellites

Never have so many private eyes looked down at Earth.

Google Cozies Up to China With AI Secrets and a Game of Go
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Google Cozies Up to China With AI Secrets and a Game of Go

Google's latest effort to thaw relations with China involves an artificial intelligence pow-wow—and a few games of Go.

Can the American Heartland Remake Itself in the Image of Silicon Valley? One Startup Finds Out
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Can the American Heartland Remake Itself in the Image of Silicon Valley? One Startup Finds Out

Ross Diedrich had gone pale and raw-boned. The CEO of a year-old startup in Denver, he'd stay at his office until the middle of the night, go home and sleep for...

Tech-Savvy Workers Increasingly Common in Non-IT Roles
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Tech-Savvy Workers Increasingly Common in Non-IT Roles

IT professionals are becoming an increasingly common presence outside of the traditional IT departments, new research has found.

The Working Dead: IT Jobs Bound for Extinction
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The Working Dead: IT Jobs Bound for Extinction

Rapid shifts in technologies — and evolving business needs — make career reinvention a matter of survival in the IT industry.

Companies Use Kidnap Insurance to Guard Against Ransomware Attacks
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Companies Use Kidnap Insurance to Guard Against Ransomware Attacks

Companies without cyber insurance are dusting off policies covering kidnap, ransom and extortion in the world's political hotspots to recoup losses caused by ransomware...

A Quarter of IT Pros Find Their Job Very Stressful
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A Quarter of IT Pros Find Their Job Very Stressful

A new report from Spiceworks describes what an average IT pro looks like, and uncovers some troubling issues.

Why Google's CEO Is Excited About Automating Artificial Intelligence
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Why Google's CEO Is Excited About Automating Artificial Intelligence

Machine-learning experts are in short supply as companies in many industries rush to take advantage of recent strides in the power of artificial intelligence.

Biology Needs More Staff Scientists
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Biology Needs More Staff Scientists

Most research institutions are essentially collections of independent laboratories, each run by principal investigators who head a team of trainees.

Google, Not the Government, Is Building the Future
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Google, Not the Government, Is Building the Future

One persistent criticism of Silicon Valley is that it no longer works on big, world-changing ideas.

Europe's Latest Billion-Dollar Startup Wants to Build the Matrix. Really.
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Europe's Latest Billion-Dollar Startup Wants to Build the Matrix. Really.

A London-based software startup called Improbable is living up to its name.

A Robot Revolution, This Time in China
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A Robot Revolution, This Time in China

Even a decade ago, car manufacturing in China was still a fairly low-tech, labor-intensive endeavor.

Microsoft's Bid to Bring AI to Every Developer Is Starting to Make Sense
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Microsoft's Bid to Bring AI to Every Developer Is Starting to Make Sense

For the third year in a row, Microsoft is heavily promoting machine-learning services at its Build developer conference.

Battle to Provide Chips for the AI Boom Heats Up
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Battle to Provide Chips for the AI Boom Heats Up

Jensen Huang beamed out over a packed conference hall in San Jose, California, on Wednesday as he announced his company's new chip aimed at accelerating artificial...

The Dark Side of Helping Coworkers
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The Dark Side of Helping Coworkers

New research suggests helping coworkers in the morning can lead to mental exhaustion and self-serving behavior in the afternoon that ultimately can create a toxic...

Envy Pushes Job Seekers to Fake Their Résumés
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Envy Pushes Job Seekers to Fake Their Résumés

Job seekers who stay in the search longer or see their peers getting hired may falsify their résumés, according to a study from the University at Buffalo School...

Google and Facebook's Idealistic Futures Are Built on Ads
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Google and Facebook's Idealistic Futures Are Built on Ads

In 2011 a young computer scientist named Jeff Hammerbacher said something profound while explaining why he'd decided to leave Facebook—and the promise of a small...
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