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Smartphone App Tests Lumber Stiffness
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Smartphone App Tests Lumber Stiffness

A smartphone app created by scientists at Mississippi State University uses soundwaves or vibrations to measure the stiffness of lumber for contractors, architects...

Computer Science Professor Wins Tech Honor
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Computer Science Professor Wins Tech Honor

Jodi Tims, chair of the Computer Science and Engineering department at Baldwin Wallace University, was awarded The Next Generation Award–Women in Tech by The Greater...

DARPA Wants to Solve Science's Replication Crisis With Robots
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DARPA Wants to Solve Science's Replication Crisis With Robots

DARPA has promised $7.6 million to a nonprofit organization that's leading the charge to fix the "reproducibility crisis" in science.

Guide to Xi Jinping's Ruling Doctrine Tops Apple's China Download Charts
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Guide to Xi Jinping's Ruling Doctrine Tops Apple's China Download Charts

Chinese leader Xi Jinping has progressively tightened his grip on China in his years at the helm. Now he reigns supreme even in mobile apps.

Silicon Valley Index Shows the Misery and Triumph of the World's Tech Capital
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Silicon Valley Index Shows the Misery and Triumph of the World's Tech Capital

While Silicon Valley is thriving economically, it is also becoming an even worse place to live, according to the 2019 Silicon Valley Index.

The Two Codes Your Kids Need to Know
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The Two Codes Your Kids Need to Know

A few years ago, the leaders of the College Board, the folks who administer the SAT college entrance exam, asked themselves a radical question: Of all the skills...

What Trump's Executive Order on AI Is Missing
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What Trump's Executive Order on AI Is Missing

President Trump signed an executive order on February 11 meant to shore up our competitive position in the international race for AI supremacy, but it is short...

Working With NASA to Secure Drone Traffic
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Working With NASA to Secure Drone Traffic

NASA, the Federal Aviation Administration, and industry have partnered to develop a capability to manage U.S. airspace drone traffic.

Lack of Women Inventors Could Hurt Innovation, U.S. Patent Office Says
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Lack of Women Inventors Could Hurt Innovation, U.S. Patent Office Says

The USPTO's new report shows that women still comprise a small minority of patent inventors and highlights their untapped potential to spur U.S. innovation.

Trump's Plan to Keep America First in AI
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Trump's Plan to Keep America First in AI

The US leads the world in artificial intelligence technology. Decades of federal research funding, industrial and academic research, and streams of foreign talent...

Bill Would Create Public-Private Cyber Workforce Exchange
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Bill Would Create Public-Private Cyber Workforce Exchange

A bill introduced by Sens. Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.) and John Thune (R-S.D.) would create an exchange program between the federal government and private firms aimed at...

Video Game Players Have Increased Moral Reasoning Skills, Researchers Say
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Video Game Players Have Increased Moral Reasoning Skills, Researchers Say

Young people who play video games have higher moral reasoning skills that those who don't, Bournemouth University researchers found.

The Real Reason America Is Scared of Huawei: Internet-Connected Everything
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The Real Reason America Is Scared of Huawei: Internet-Connected Everything

There was a time when the world's two great superpowers were obsessed with nuclear weapons technology.

How IBM Research Innovates How It Innovates
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How IBM Research Innovates How It Innovates

IBM Research has updated its approach to innovation over the last decade to become more outward-facing, collaborative, and closer to the action.

National Academy of Engineering Elects 86 Members and 18 Foreign Members
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National Academy of Engineering Elects 86 Members and 18 Foreign Members

The National Academy of Engineering has elected 86 new members and 18 foreign members, bringing total U.S. membership to 2,297 and total foreign membership to 272...

Making New Drugs With a Dose of Artificial Intelligence
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Making New Drugs With a Dose of Artificial Intelligence

You can think of it as a World Cup of biochemical research.

Citizen Science Projects Tap Deep Learning
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Citizen Science Projects Tap Deep Learning

Machine learning techniques are making computers a surprising new partner in citizen science projects dealing with massively increasing amounts of data.

Error by Computer Science Employee Leaks Data on All Active Students
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Error by Computer Science Employee Leaks Data on All Active Students

Human error by an employee within the Computer Science Department caused a massive leak of personal information of all active students in California State Polytechnic...

Doing Science Rather Than Being Scientists More Encouraging to Girls
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Doing Science Rather Than Being Scientists More Encouraging to Girls

Subtle but powerful linguistic cues could help increase girls' science engagement in early childhood, says a study from New York University and Princeton University...

The Rise of the Robot Reporter
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The Rise of the Robot Reporter

As reporters and editors find themselves the victims of layoffs at digital publishers and traditional newspaper chains alike, journalism generated by machine is...
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