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Stressed Out? Blame Bad Technology
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Stressed Out? Blame Bad Technology

A study by Dell Technologies and EMOTIV found that stress levels in workers were doubled when they encountered bad technology, which had a lasting effect on productivity...

Job Screening Service Halts Facial Analysis of Applicants
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Job Screening Service Halts Facial Analysis of Applicants

HireVue, a provider of software that screens job candidates based on an algorithmic assessment, is killing off the controversial feature of its software that analyzes...

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.

Wearable Tech Pioneer: 'I'm Not Always the Smartest Guy in the Room'
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Wearable Tech Pioneer: 'I'm Not Always the Smartest Guy in the Room'

Teddy Seyed, a leader in the emerging field of wearable technology, says hard work has put him at the forefront of the growing industry. "I'm not always the smartest...

Hackathon's Winning Students Help the Blind Take Buses
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Hackathon's Winning Students Help the Blind Take Buses

A team of two high school students and five college students won first prize in a charity competition with their project that assists the visually impaired to take...

Authentication Solutions Explored for People with Upper Extremity Impairments
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Authentication Solutions Explored for People with Upper Extremity Impairments

A $516,000 grant from the U.S. National Science Foundation will help Krishna Venkatasubramanian, a University of Rhode Island computer science professor, research...

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...

Carebots Raise Ethical Questions on Assisting Older Adults
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Carebots Raise Ethical Questions on Assisting Older Adults

Researchers at North Carolina State University are addressing ethical questions raised by AI-enabled carebots and their assistance to the elderly.

Spending a Long Time on Your Phone Isn't Bad for Mental Health, Report Says
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Spending a Long Time on Your Phone Isn't Bad for Mental Health, Report Says

The amount of time spent on a smartphone is not related to poor mental health, according to a study published in Technology, Mind, and Behavior.

Hidden Messages in Digital Images Are Researcher's Passion
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Hidden Messages in Digital Images Are Researcher's Passion

Binghamton University Distinguished Professor Jessica Fridrich has received a $768,964 grant from the U.S. National Science Foundation to study steganographic hidden...

AI Researchers Made a Sarcasm Detection Model and It's Sooo Impressive
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AI Researchers Made a Sarcasm Detection Model and It's Sooo Impressive

Researchers in China say they've created sarcasm detection AI that achieved state-of-the-art performance on a dataset drawn from Twitter.

Assistive Technologies Put to the Test at Cybathlon Competition
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Assistive Technologies Put to the Test at Cybathlon Competition

Over 50 teams of engineers, developers, and persons with a physical disability competed in the Cybathlon 2020 Global Edition which demonstrated how state-of-the...

Researchers Propose 'Physical AI' As Key To Lifelike Robots
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Researchers Propose 'Physical AI' As Key To Lifelike Robots

Researchers from Imperial College London and the Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology have proposed the combined discipline of "Physical...

Scientists Snap Together Molecular Building Blocks of Brain Computing
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Scientists Snap Together Molecular Building Blocks of Brain Computing

Researchers from University of Science and Technology of China and Shenzhen Institutes of Advanced Technology of the Chinese Academy of Sciences observed individual...

Gamers Forge Their Own Paths When It Comes to Accessibility
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Gamers Forge Their Own Paths When It Comes to Accessibility

Players with disabilities and chronic illnesses haven't waited around for console manufacturers to look their way.

Researchers Harness Computer Science for Treating Opioid Addiction
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Researchers Harness Computer Science for Treating Opioid Addiction

Researchers at Montana State University are developing a way to use augmented reality to help those recovering from opiod addiction.

Verizon and Smithsonian Launch AR Museums
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Verizon and Smithsonian Launch AR Museums

As COVID-19 restrictions continue, Verizon is helping Smithsonian put interactive museum content online.

Engineers Design a Heated Face Mask to Filter and Inactivate Coronaviruses
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Engineers Design a Heated Face Mask to Filter and Inactivate Coronaviruses

Researchers from MIT are working to create a face mask that can filter out and inactivate coronaviruses using heat.

Meet Your (Chinese) Facebook Censors
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Meet Your (Chinese) Facebook Censors

At least half a dozen Chinese nationals are working as social media censors at Facebook, a former company insider says.

How Video Games Are Saving Those Who Served
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How Video Games Are Saving Those Who Served

Video games can be lifesaving, grounding, and even therapeutic for those who have served overseas in combat zones.
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