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Initiative Aims for AI-Driven Behavioral Health Monitoring
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Initiative Aims for AI-Driven Behavioral Health Monitoring

Tanzeem Choudhury of Cornell Tech launched the Precision Behavioral Health Initiative, a collaboration of technologists and health industry professionals, that...

The 'Netflix' of Scientific Conferences
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The 'Netflix' of Scientific Conferences

Scientists reinvented the SICB's annual meeting for the COVID-19 era.

Solutions Proposed for Deluge of Disinformation
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Solutions Proposed for Deluge of Disinformation

A white paper issued by the CRA's Computing Community Consortium outlines steps to help the United States deal with the disinformation that's flooding the Internet...

Your Computer Can Help Scientists Find a Cure for COVID-19
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Your Computer Can Help Scientists Find a Cure for COVID-19

More than 200,000 volunteers around the world are participating in a crowdsourced project to accelerate the development of COVID-19 antivirals by running simulations...

Earable Computing: A New Research Area in the Making
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Earable Computing: A New Research Area in the Making

A University of Illinois research group is defining a new sub-area of mobile computing called "earable computing"  that sees earphones as the next significant milestone...

Modern Computing Alliance Will Focus on Cloud and IT Tools
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Modern Computing Alliance Will Focus on Cloud and IT Tools

Google, Dell, Intel, and a handful of other major tech companies have banded together to form the Modern Computing Alliance, which will tackle problems related...

Amazon Plans to Train Millions to Work in the Cloud
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Amazon Plans to Train Millions to Work in the Cloud

Amazon announced an effort to retrain 29 million people worldwide by 2025 in new skills for cloud-computing roles.

Computer Scientists Show That Robot Vacuums Can Spy on Private Conversations
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Computer Scientists Show That Robot Vacuums Can Spy on Private Conversations

Computer scientists at the National University of Singapore have demonstrated that it is possible to spy on private conversations using a common robot vacuum cleaner...

Report Unveils Strategy for U.S. Tech Competition With China
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Report Unveils Strategy for U.S. Tech Competition With China

Created as a guide for 2020 White House transition teams, a report by a bipartisan working group includes recommendations for U.S. competition with China in four...

Students From Across Disciplines Forge Cornell Blockchain
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Students From Across Disciplines Forge Cornell Blockchain

Undergraduates from a range of majors and colleges at Cornell University created a student club named Cornell Blockchain that aims to develop the next generation...

NSF Forms Throughput Computing Partnership
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NSF Forms Throughput Computing Partnership

The U.S. National Science Foundation has awarded $22.5 million to a partnership between the Center for High Throughput Computing at University of Wisconsin, Madison...

Study Finds Turbulent IT Transition to Work-From-Home Policies
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Study Finds Turbulent IT Transition to Work-From-Home Policies

Most IT departments say the transition to supporting a home-based workforce due to COVID-19 has been far from smooth.

Teenage Computer Whiz Beatified by Catholic Church
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Teenage Computer Whiz Beatified by Catholic Church

A 15-year-old Italian computer whiz touted as the "patron saint of the Internet" moved a step closer to possible sainthood with his beatification in the town of...

NASA Funds Nokia Plan to Build 4G Mobile Network on the Moon
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NASA Funds Nokia Plan to Build 4G Mobile Network on the Moon

NASA will provide $14.1 million in funding to Nokia of America Corp. to build a 4G cellular communication network on the moon, the space agency announced.

NUS Team Develops Smart Suit That Provides Real-Time Data to Athletes
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NUS Team Develops Smart Suit That Provides Real-Time Data to Athletes

Researchers from the National University of Singapore developed a smartphone-powered suit capable of providing athletes with real-time physiological data about...

N.J. High School Senior Offers Free Computer Science Lessons
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N.J. High School Senior Offers Free Computer Science Lessons

Samvit Agarwal and 249 other high school student volunteers provide kids from grades 3 to 12 with free computer science lessons.

Dozens of Open Access Science Journals Have Vanished From the Internet
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Dozens of Open Access Science Journals Have Vanished From the Internet

Eighty-four online-only, open-access journals in the sciences have disappeared from the Internet over the past two decades, potentially depriving scholars of useful...

Netflix's Reed Hastings Deems Remote Work 'a Pure Negative'
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Netflix's Reed Hastings Deems Remote Work 'a Pure Negative'

Reed Hastings, a founder and co-chief executive of Netflix Inc., discusses working from home, returning to the office, delivering candid feedback, and more.

Former IT Director Gets Jail Time for Selling Cisco Gear on eBay
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Former IT Director Gets Jail Time for Selling Cisco Gear on eBay

A former IT security director in South Carolina was sentenced this week to two years in federal prison for taking government-owned networking equipment and selling...

Job Candidates Are Rated Lower in Virtual Interviews, Researchers Say
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Job Candidates Are Rated Lower in Virtual Interviews, Researchers Say

People who watch a virtual job interview rate the candidate substantially lower than those who watch the same interview in person, researchers say.
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