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Partnership to Build Kubernetes Cluster for USTA
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Partnership to Build Kubernetes Cluster for USTA

The University of Texas at San Antonio and the National Upcycled Computing Collective Inc. will provide the hardware necessary to build and maintain a Kubernetes...

Machine Learning Method Lowers Computational Cost of Satellite Imagery Analysis
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Machine Learning Method Lowers Computational Cost of Satellite Imagery Analysis

A team based at UC Berkeley devised a machine learning system that uses satellite images to estimate environmental conditions with predictive accuracy competitive...

The Top Tech Salaries in the U.S. in 2021
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The Top Tech Salaries in the U.S. in 2021

Tech workers in the United States can earn from 20% to 85% more than the average salary of other workers, with the highest-paying tech jobs averaging from $80,000...

Developers Are Moving From Java 8 to Java 11
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Developers Are Moving From Java 8 to Java 11

More developers are using Java 11 than Java 8 in production, according to the JVM Ecosystem Report 2021, marking a shift from earlier surveys which showed developers...

USAF Pilots Get An AI Assist With Aircrew Scheduling
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USAF Pilots Get An AI Assist With Aircrew Scheduling

Researchers from the U.S. Department of the Air Force, the MIT Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, and MIT Lincoln Laboratory developed an AI-enabled plugin...

Top 10 Leading Universities for Quantum Computing Research
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Top 10 Leading Universities for Quantum Computing Research

Quantum information theory and quantum computing have developed over a few years from a partial subject to a full curriculum with well-funded programs at leading...

Scientists Develop Wireless Pacemaker That Dissolves in Body
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Scientists Develop Wireless Pacemaker That Dissolves in Body

Scientists have developed a wireless pacemaker that can dissolve in the body of patients who need only temporary help to regulate their heartbeat.

Commercial Video Games Could Help Treat Mental Illness, Research Shows
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Commercial Video Games Could Help Treat Mental Illness, Research Shows

Popular video games have the potential to provide low-cost, easy access, effective, and stigma-free support for some mental health issues, according to researchers...

How Software Is Eating the Car
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How Software Is Eating the Car

The trend toward self-driving and electric vehicles will add hundreds of millions of lines of code to cars.

Universities Launch Tropical Data Center Testbed
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Universities Launch Tropical Data Center Testbed

The National University of Singapore, Nanyang Technological University, and other stakeholders have established a US$17.3 million research program to develop green...

Peanut the Waiter Robot Is Proof That Your Job Is Safe
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Peanut the Waiter Robot Is Proof That Your Job Is Safe

Restaurants are struggling to hire people, so one Jersey Shore grill employed a machine. It confirms that humans remain indispensable.

Using AI to Predict and Ease Congestion
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Using AI to Predict and Ease Congestion

A project led by the University of Melbourne uses artificial intelligence to predict traffic congestion up to three hours in advance, and optimizes traffic signals...

Columbia Team Builds Hacker-Resistant Cloud Software System
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Columbia Team Builds Hacker-Resistant Cloud Software System

Columbia University researchers have developed a system that guarantees — through a mathematical proof — the security of virtual machines in the cloud.

How Shape-Shifting Magnets Could Help Build a Lower-Emission Computer
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How Shape-Shifting Magnets Could Help Build a Lower-Emission Computer

Researchers are working on building computers with magnets, which could fundamentally change how they work and lead to powerful, lower-energy devices.

Numerical Method Makes Simulating Landslide Tsunamis Possible
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Numerical Method Makes Simulating Landslide Tsunamis Possible

Researchers from Tohoku University have developed a numerical method that paves the way for simulating landslide tsunamis.

Building a Workforce for the Quantum Age
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Building a Workforce for the Quantum Age

Purdue University is working to build a quantum workforce, using an array of tools including an upcoming Quantum Summer School, an online edX MicroMaster Program...

Tiny Wireless, Injectable Chips Use Ultrasound to Monitor Body Processes
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Tiny Wireless, Injectable Chips Use Ultrasound to Monitor Body Processes

Researchers at Columbia Engineering have built a single-chip implantable or injectable medical device with a total volume of less than 0.1 mm3.

Chinese Team Designs  62-Qubit Quantum Processor
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Chinese Team Designs 62-Qubit Quantum Processor

A research team from the University of Science and Technology of China designed and produced an superconducting qubit array composed of 62 functional qubits, and...

Fermilab Exposes Proprietary Data for All to See
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Fermilab Exposes Proprietary Data for All to See

Security researchers of the Sakura Samurai ethical hacking group used multiple unsecured entry points to access data, code, messages, and passwords belonging to...

'Nutty' Professors Develop Machine Vision Almond Grading Machine
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'Nutty' Professors Develop Machine Vision Almond Grading Machine

Researchers at the University of South Australia helped develop an automated system that simultaneously grades almond quality and detects potentially serious contaminants...
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