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Robots to Help Children With Disabilities Touch the Outside World
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Robots to Help Children With Disabilities Touch the Outside World

A team of University of California researchers is working to improve telepresence robots and the algorithms that drive them to help children with disabilities stay...

Chinese Scientist Claims to Have Built 60-Qubit Quantum Computer
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Chinese Scientist Claims to Have Built 60-Qubit Quantum Computer

Pan Jianwei, a physicist at the University of Science and Technology of China, claims to have built a quantum computer with 60 qubits.

NSF-Funded CloudBank Is Operational
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NSF-Funded CloudBank Is Operational

CloudBank, the National Science Foundation-funded program that aims to simplify public cloud access for the computer science research and education community, is...

Data Scientists Salaries, Jobs Immune to Covid-19, Survey Finds
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Data Scientists Salaries, Jobs Immune to Covid-19, Survey Finds

The Covid-19 pandemic has not negatively affected the salaries or job availability of data scientists, a survey by executive recruitment firm Burtch Works found...

Scientists Use Reinforcement Learning to Train Quantum Algorithm
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Scientists Use Reinforcement Learning to Train Quantum Algorithm

Scientists at Argonne National Laboratory have developed an algorithm based on reinforcement learning to find optimal parameters for the Quantum Approximate Optimization...

Challenge to Scientists: Does Your Ten-Year-Old Code Still Run?
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Challenge to Scientists: Does Your Ten-Year-Old Code Still Run?

The Ten Years Reproducibility Challenge asked scientists to find and re-execute old code written for computationally driven papers published ten or more years ago...

Bletchley Park: New Crisis for Code-Breaking Hub
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Bletchley Park: New Crisis for Code-Breaking Hub

Bletchley Park, home to the world's first large-scale electronic computer, is facing a financial crisis and is preparing to lay off a third of its workforce. It...

MIT Researchers Lead High School Educational Initiative on Quantum Computing
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MIT Researchers Lead High School Educational Initiative on Quantum Computing

The "Qubit by Qubit" initiative aims to introduce high school students to quantum computing through two programs: a week-long summer camp, and a year-long course...

UVA Researchers Will Study Genetic Diseases with Quantum Computers
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UVA Researchers Will Study Genetic Diseases with Quantum Computers

University of Virginia scientists have developed an algorithm to allow researchers to study genetic diseases using quantum computers, once they exist.

GoPro for Beetles: Researchers Create a Robotic Camera Backpack for Insects
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GoPro for Beetles: Researchers Create a Robotic Camera Backpack for Insects

Researchers at the University of Washington have developed a tiny wireless steerable camera that can ride aboard an insect, providing an Ant-Man view of the world...

Inside the Volunteer Supercomputer Team That's Hunting for COVID Clues
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Inside the Volunteer Supercomputer Team That's Hunting for COVID Clues

The Fugaku system, the world's fastest supercomputer, is now supporting the international team of researchers in the COVID-19 High Performance Computing Consortium...

NUS Researchers Give Robots Sensing Abilities to Carry Out Complex Tasks
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NUS Researchers Give Robots Sensing Abilities to Carry Out Complex Tasks

A robotic system developed by NUS researchers comprising neural networks, electronic skin, and vision sensors opens the door for smarter robots.

Enigma Code-Breaking Machine Rebuilt at Cambridge
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Enigma Code-Breaking Machine Rebuilt at Cambridge

University of Cambridge alumnus Hal Evans has built a fully-functioning replica of a 1930s Polish cyclometer — an electromechanical cryptologic device that was...

Developer Makes Miniature Model of IBM 1401 Mainframe Computer
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Developer Makes Miniature Model of IBM 1401 Mainframe Computer

Nicolas Temese built a miniature version of the IBM 1401 computer system from scratch. The finished model will go to the Computer History Museum.

Sandia Expands Access to Its Cyber Research Tools
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Sandia Expands Access to Its Cyber Research Tools

Sandia has created free cyber research tools for academic and research institutions.

Amber Boehnlein Will Lead Lab's Computational Sciences Division
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Amber Boehnlein Will Lead Lab's Computational Sciences Division

Amber Boehnlein will lead Jefferson Lab's new Computational Sciences and Technology Division, which brings computer scientists, software developers, and system...

Missouri S&T Offers Programming Boot Camps for Engineers and Professionals
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Missouri S&T Offers Programming Boot Camps for Engineers and Professionals

Missouri S&T is offering Computer Science Boot Camps to non-computer science engineers and other professionals online.

Bjarne Stroustrup Releases Paper on How C++ Thrived
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Bjarne Stroustrup Releases Paper on How C++ Thrived

Bjarne Stroustrup, the 69-year-old creator of C++, describes the history and growth of the programming language in a new 168-page paper.

Computer Chess: Longest-Running Experiment in Computing Science
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Computer Chess: Longest-Running Experiment in Computing Science

On August 31, 1970, an experiment began that continues to this day. The first chess tournament for computers was held as part of the ACM's 25th National Conference...
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