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Preparing the Next Cyber Defenders
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Preparing the Next Cyber Defenders

The California State University system is working to address an estimated workforce gap of more than 700,000 cybersecurity jobs in the United States by accelerating...

Study to Investigate Quantum Computing Advantages
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Study to Investigate Quantum Computing Advantages

Supartha Podder, assistant professor in the Department of Computer Science at Stony Brook University, has received a two-year $400,000 U.S. Department of Energy...

Teaching Robots To Be Team Players With Nature
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Teaching Robots To Be Team Players With Nature

Researchers have harnessed the self-organization skills required to reap the benefits of natural swarms for robotic applications in artificial intelligence, computing...

Researchers Develop Brain-Inspired Replay Code for Continual Learning
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Researchers Develop Brain-Inspired Replay Code for Continual Learning

Researchers designed brain-inspired replay code to implement continual learning in edge computing systems.

The Toxic Culture of Rejection in Computer Science
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The Toxic Culture of Rejection in Computer Science

A toxic culture has emerged in conference program committees that carry out the bulk of the peer reviewing in computer science, where conference publications dominate...

2022 ACM Gordon Bell Prize Finalists Announced
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2022 ACM Gordon Bell Prize Finalists Announced

The SC22 conference schedule provides a first glimpse of the finalists for the 2022 ACM Gordon Bell Prize, awarded annually to recognize "innovation in applying...

Six Ways to Tackle the Software Engineering Skills Shortage
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Six Ways to Tackle the Software Engineering Skills Shortage

Cloud computing remains the number one most sought-after skill. There are six fundamental ways to address the talent crunch.

Inventors Must Be Human, Federal Court Rules in Blow to AI
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Inventors Must Be Human, Federal Court Rules in Blow to AI

The term "individual" in the Patent Act refers only to humans, meaning an AI doesn't count as an inventor on a patentable invention, the U.S. Court of Appeals for...

GitLab U-Turns on Deleting Dormant Projects After Backlash
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GitLab U-Turns on Deleting Dormant Projects After Backlash

GitLab has reversed its decision to automatically delete projects that have been inactive for more than a year and belong to its free user tier.

Can An Algorithm Help Scientists Write Better Quantum Programs?
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Can An Algorithm Help Scientists Write Better Quantum Programs?

Timothy Proctor, a quantum physicist at Sandia National Laboratories, is leading a research project to help quantum computer scientists write better programs that...

Higgs Boson Discoverers Publish Refined Measurements
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Higgs Boson Discoverers Publish Refined Measurements

Experimenters marked this week's 10-year anniversary of the Higgs discovery by releasing comprehensive new measurements of the particle.

Robots Are Driving U.S. Workers Towards Substance Abuse, Mental Illness
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Robots Are Driving U.S. Workers Towards Substance Abuse, Mental Illness

Robotic co-workers may be driving more people to do drugs and abuse alcohol, researchers from the University of Pittsburgh have found.

Quantum Computer Programming for Dummies
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Quantum Computer Programming for Dummies

A beginner's guide for would-be quantum programmers provides a thorough introduction to quantum algorithms and their implementation on existing hardware.

At Brown, Course Merges Dance and Computer Science
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At Brown, Course Merges Dance and Computer Science

By merging themes in dance and computer science, a course at Brown University is teaching the next generation of engineers how to create robotics and AI technologies...

TomTom to Cut 500 Jobs Due to Improved Automation
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TomTom to Cut 500 Jobs Due to Improved Automation

TomTom will cut 500 jobs due to improvements in automating its mapmaking activities, the Dutch company said, adding that the cuts would amount to around 10% of...

Scientific Manuscripts Get AI-Based Assessment
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Scientific Manuscripts Get AI-Based Assessment

The American Chemical Society has added Writefull's Manuscript Categorization API, an AI-based language services tool, to its publications workflow.

Scientists Turn a Hydrogen Molecule Into a Quantum Sensor
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Scientists Turn a Hydrogen Molecule Into a Quantum Sensor

Physicists at the University of California, Irvine have demonstrated the use of a hydrogen molecule as a quantum sensor in a terahertz laser-equipped scanning tunneling...

Professor Creates Computer Access for Users of All Abilities
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Professor Creates Computer Access for Users of All Abilities

A love of online role-playing and virtual environments has helped Clark University Professor of Computer Science John Magee discover ways to enhance human-computer...

Japan Aims for 10M Quantum Technology Users by 2030
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Japan Aims for 10M Quantum Technology Users by 2030

Japan plans to have 10 million people using quantum technology by 2030, and will add two new research sites to explore industrial applications.

Tech Sanctions Press Russia to 'Reinvent' Ways to Work
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Tech Sanctions Press Russia to 'Reinvent' Ways to Work

Russian companies are increasingly searching for locally developed alternatives to Western hardware and software amid sanctions.
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