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Tech Pros Prioritize Job Training in Hopes of Salary Increase, Survey Says
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Tech Pros Prioritize Job Training in Hopes of Salary Increase, Survey Says

Nearly two-thirds of data and AI professionals prioritized job training over the past year in hopes of a salary increase or promotion, according to the 2021 Data...

Anna Lytical Is a TikTok Star Teaching Coding In Drag
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Anna Lytical Is a TikTok Star Teaching Coding In Drag

Aiming to demystify STEM subjects and bring much-needed diversity to the field, Anna Lytical teaches coding on YouTube and TikTok.

Companies Need More Workers. Why Do They Reject Millions of Resumés?
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Companies Need More Workers. Why Do They Reject Millions of Resumés?

Software that sorts through job applicants and deletes those it judges unsuitable may be a major reason why many people are not being hired, despite massive numbers...

'The Algorithm Fired Me': California Bill Takes on Amazon's Notorious Work Culture
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'The Algorithm Fired Me': California Bill Takes on Amazon's Notorious Work Culture

A bill passed by the California Assembly would challenge Amazon's algorithm-driven warehouse culture.

Didem Unat Named SIGHPC Emerging Woman Leader in Technical Computing
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Didem Unat Named SIGHPC Emerging Woman Leader in Technical Computing

Didem Unat of Koç University has been named the winner of the 2021 ACM SIGHPC Emerging Woman Leader in Technical Computing award.

GitHub Copilot 'Highly Likely' to Introduce Bugs and Vulnerabilities
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GitHub Copilot 'Highly Likely' to Introduce Bugs and Vulnerabilities

Researchers from New York University found that nearly 40% of the suggestions by GitHub's Copilot code-generation tool are erroneous from a security point of view...

Model That Predicts How to Build Muscle Could Become a Software Product
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Model That Predicts How to Build Muscle Could Become a Software Product

Researchers from the University of Cambridge have developed a mathematical model that can predict the optimum exercise regime for building muscle, and could form...

10-Year-Old Girl in Kenya Completes Virtual Coding Class at UWM
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10-Year-Old Girl in Kenya Completes Virtual Coding Class at UWM

A 10-year-old girl in Kenya took coding classes at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee last fall and spring by connecting with the school's Girls Who Code program...

A Bunch of MIT Students Got $100 of Free Bitcoin in 2014 – Some Wasted It on Sushi
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A Bunch of MIT Students Got $100 of Free Bitcoin in 2014 – Some Wasted It on Sushi

In 2014, MIT computer science student Jeremy Rubin offered all undergraduate students on campus $100 worth of bitcoin. Some got rich. Some spent it at a sushi restaurant...

Samsung Has Its Own AI-Designed Chip. Soon, Others Will Too
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Samsung Has Its Own AI-Designed Chip. Soon, Others Will Too

Samsung and other chipmakers are using artificial intelligence to automate the complex and subtle process of designing cutting-edge computer chips.

AI Helps Vehicles Detect Potholes in Real-Time
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AI Helps Vehicles Detect Potholes in Real-Time

A research team at led by Seungki Ryu of the Korea Institute of Civil Engineering and Building Technology has developed an AI-based system that automatically detects...

OpenAI's Codex Turns Written Language Into Computer Code
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OpenAI's Codex Turns Written Language Into Computer Code

OpenAI is releasing an improved version of its Codex AI model that can read written instructions in conversational language and transform it into working computer...

How a 16-Year-Old Gets Other Kids Excited About Coding
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How a 16-Year-Old Gets Other Kids Excited About Coding

Founded by 16-year-old Ian Michael Brock, Dream Hustle Code is a computer science and education program that aims to spark an interest in coding in students from...

Developers Reveal the Programming Languages They Love, and the Ones They Dread
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Developers Reveal the Programming Languages They Love, and the Ones They Dread

Over 80,000 developers from 181 countries voted on their favorite technologies for Stack Overflow's 2021 Developer Survey, and 86.69% identified the Rust programming...

Python Code Libraries Are Riddled With Security Holes
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Python Code Libraries Are Riddled With Security Holes

Almost half of the packages in the official Python Package Index (PyPI) repository have at least one security issue, according to an analysis by researchers at...

Platform Teaches Nonexperts to Use Machine Learning
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Platform Teaches Nonexperts to Use Machine Learning

Research from Cornell explores how to help nonexperts use machine-learning algorithms to better enable industries beyond the computing field to harness the power...

Women In Crypto Field Say They Can Disrupt the Bitcoin 'Bro' Problem
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Women In Crypto Field Say They Can Disrupt the Bitcoin 'Bro' Problem

Despite the bitcoin "bro" culture proliferating on social media, women in the crypto sphere say the digital currency's anonymity can help them find a place in the...

Google Launches New Bug Hunters Vulnerability Rewards Platform
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Google Launches New Bug Hunters Vulnerability Rewards Platform

Google has announced the new bughunters.google.com platform and community designed to host all its Vulnerability Rewards Programs (VRP) under the same roof.

House Bill Would Define Software and Data Roles at Federal Agencies
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House Bill Would Define Software and Data Roles at Federal Agencies

Legislation before the U.S. House of Representatives would define roles for software development, software engineering, data management, and knowledge management...

Scientists Adopt Deep Learning for Multi-Object Tracking
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Scientists Adopt Deep Learning for Multi-Object Tracking

Researchers at the Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology have adapted deep learning techniques in a multi-object tracking framework, overcoming short-term...
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