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Using Machine Learning to Hunt Down Cybercriminals
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Using Machine Learning to Hunt Down Cybercriminals

Researchers from MIT CSAIL and UC San Diego identified the dominant routing characteristics of serial hijackers and trained a machine learning model to automatically...

Birth of the Internet
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Birth of the Internet

The University of Utah School of Computing is celebrating the 50th anniversary of its involvement in the launch of the Internet.

Sci-Fi No More: Creations to Address Societal Dilemmas
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Sci-Fi No More: Creations to Address Societal Dilemmas

Artificial intelligence, 5G wireless networks, and other technologies can be harnessed to address social challenges unique to Japan, says Yoichi Ochiai of the University...

Using Light to Speed Up Computation
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Using Light to Speed Up Computation

A new type of photonic integrated circuit called a PAXEL, for photonic accelerator, shows promise for high-speed, energy-efficient computing.

Research Team to Study Information Latency With $7.5M DOD Grant
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Research Team to Study Information Latency With $7.5M DOD Grant

The U.S. Department of Defense has tapped an interdisciplinary research team to study information latency and freshness in military Internet of Things systems with...

Algorithm Can Distinguish Cyberbullies from Normal Twitter Users
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Algorithm Can Distinguish Cyberbullies from Normal Twitter Users

An international team of researchers has developed machine learning algorithms which can successfully identify bullies and aggressors on Twitter with 90 percent...

Computer Scientist David Gelernter Wants To Revolutionize Social Media
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Computer Scientist David Gelernter Wants To Revolutionize Social Media

David Gelernter, a computer science professor at Yale, is concerned with the amount of power Facebook holds thanks to the data handed over to the social media giant...

How Harvard's Popular CS50 Class Became a 'Lifestyle'
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How Harvard's Popular CS50 Class Became a 'Lifestyle'

CS50, Harvard's introductory computer science course, is a carefully crafted model of how to teach any subject in today's technological and social environment. ...

U.S. BLS Ranks 22 High-Paying Tech Jobs
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U.S. BLS Ranks 22 High-Paying Tech Jobs

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics ranked the wages of 22 occupations that rely heavily on computer science and data analysis.

Knight Foundation Awards $50M to Study Tech's Impact on Democracy
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Knight Foundation Awards $50M to Study Tech's Impact on Democracy

The Knight Foundation is committing $50 million to 11 university research projects that explore technology's influence on democracy and civic trust.

Jobs of the Future Are Strange, Terrifying, and 'Don't Even Exist Yet'
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Jobs of the Future Are Strange, Terrifying, and 'Don't Even Exist Yet'

What could your future job be? Griffith University and Deakin University recently teamed up with Ford in Australia in an attempt to tackle that question. The answers...

Making It Easier to Program and Protect the Web
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Making It Easier to Program and Protect the Web

MIT Professor Adam Chlipala builds tools to help programmers more quickly generate optimized, secure code.

Hackathon Winners Put End to Paper Documents with Blockchain
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Hackathon Winners Put End to Paper Documents with Blockchain

Team BlockGet won DECENT's blockchain challenge hackathon by delivering a project that would ensure dematerialization and elimination of paper documents and storage...

All-Woman Team Commands Rock-Zapping Laser on Mars
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All-Woman Team Commands Rock-Zapping Laser on Mars

An all-female engineering team is responsible for sending commands to the Curiosity rover's ChemCam instrument, which shoots Martian rocks with a laser to determine...

Governor: Teachers, Not Online Course, The Key to Computer Science Growth
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Governor: Teachers, Not Online Course, The Key to Computer Science Growth

Having a teacher in the classroom rather than offering an online course is one of the keys to increasing student interest in computer science classes, Arkansas...

Networking With Ghosts in the Machine . . . and Speaking Kettles
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Networking With Ghosts in the Machine . . . and Speaking Kettles

Researchers at Lancaster University conducted interviews with household objects as part of an experiment to understand users' relationship with the Internet of...

Research Center to Develop Technologies for the Differently Abled
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Research Center to Develop Technologies for the Differently Abled

Researchers are working on software that will help convert any English language video into sign language animations which could be deployed as teaching and learning...

Twitter Is Eroding Your Intelligence, Study Says
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Twitter Is Eroding Your Intelligence, Study Says

Twitter not only fails to enhance intellectual attainment but substantially undermines it, according to researchers at the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart...

Netflix: Python Is Behind Every Film You Stream
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Netflix: Python Is Behind Every Film You Stream

Developers at Netflix say the Python programming language is behind every aspect of the company's popular streaming service.

Data Scientists Map Supply Chains of Every ­.S. City
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Data Scientists Map Supply Chains of Every ­.S. City

Maps from the FEWSION Project showing the food, energy, and water supply chains for every community in the United States are now available for public use.
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