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Robots Are Catching Up to Humans in the Jobs Race
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Robots Are Catching Up to Humans in the Jobs Race

A study from the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco states that increased adoption of robotics and automation equipment has been a substantial driver of the...

Computer-Assisted Judging Tested at Gymnastics World Championships
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Computer-Assisted Judging Tested at Gymnastics World Championships

Athletes in the 2019 gymnastics world championships were scanned by multiple laser sensors to create a precise, three-dimensional image of their bodies as part...

Researcher Works to Enhance Accuracy of Computer Simulations
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Researcher Works to Enhance Accuracy of Computer Simulations

Rui Tuo of Texas A&M University has been awarded a U.S. National Science Foundation grant for research on statistical and data science methodologies to help improve...

High Schoolers Create Nonprofit To Get Other Teens Into Computer Science
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High Schoolers Create Nonprofit To Get Other Teens Into Computer Science

High schoolers Arnav Joshi and Nikhil Sharma founded the nonprofit 18 Tech Ventures to help other teenagers organize their own hackathons.

NSF Funds Transformational AI Research Program
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NSF Funds Transformational AI Research Program

The U.S. National Science Foundation announced a new program to advance AI research and accelerate AI-powered innovation by allowing researchers to focus on large...

Birth of the Internet
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Birth of the Internet

The University of Utah School of Computing is celebrating the 50th anniversary of its involvement in the launch of the Internet.

Sci-Fi No More: Creations to Address Societal Dilemmas
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Sci-Fi No More: Creations to Address Societal Dilemmas

Artificial intelligence, 5G wireless networks, and other technologies can be harnessed to address social challenges unique to Japan, says Yoichi Ochiai of the University...

There Will Be More Than 250,000 New Software Developer Jobs By 2026
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There Will Be More Than 250,000 New Software Developer Jobs By 2026

Software development is expected to be among the strongest job growth sectors in the United States in the coming years, with 253,400 new positions by 2026, according...

Following the Data Trail to Discovery
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Following the Data Trail to Discovery

A team at Brookhaven National Laboratory is looking to enhance scientific experimentation through a framework that tracks experimental data and metadata, pieces...

Google Commits to White House's Job Training Initiative
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Google Commits to White House's Job Training Initiative

Google pledged to help train a quarter of a million people for technology jobs, adding its name to a White House initiative designed to get private companies to...

Online Tool Helps Guide Wildlife Repopulation Efforts
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Online Tool Helps Guide Wildlife Repopulation Efforts

An interactive online tool tells Cornell Wildlife Health Lab scientists exactly how many plants or animals they need to introduce into a habitat in order to establish...

Techstream Website Aims To Connect Students To IT Activities
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Techstream Website Aims To Connect Students To IT Activities

In hopes of creating more enthusiasm for the IT field, the Technology Association of Iowa is launching a statewide database designed to connect K-12 students to...

Falsification Prevalent in Higher Education Hiring Processes, Study Says
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Falsification Prevalent in Higher Education Hiring Processes, Study Says

A recent study examined the misrepresentation of research accomplishments by academics applying for faculty jobs.

Why U.S. Tech Inventors Are So Highly Clustered
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Why U.S. Tech Inventors Are So Highly Clustered

New research finds that high-tech inventors are significantly more productive when they work in large clusters—but there are drawbacks.

Five Years of Tech Diversity Reports – and Little Progress
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Five Years of Tech Diversity Reports – and Little Progress

When Silicon Valley companies began disclosing the demographics of their workforces in 2014, advocates hoped for change. It hasn't worked out that way.

VR Reduces Leg Muscle Pain During High Intensity Cycling
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VR Reduces Leg Muscle Pain During High Intensity Cycling

High intensity cycling is less painful when combined with virtual reality, according to a new study by University of Georgia researchers.

Best Tech Jobs for Women Aren't Necessarily With Tech Companies
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Best Tech Jobs for Women Aren't Necessarily With Tech Companies

The annual "Top Companies for Women Technologists" report from AnitaB.org  found that women held 29.8% of entry level tech jobs in 2019, approaching the 30% representation...

Using Engineer-Developed Models to Disrupt Human Trafficking
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Using Engineer-Developed Models to Disrupt Human Trafficking

Mathematical models designed by systems engineers could help researchers gain critical insight into human trafficking operations and ways to reduce its frequency...

Want Free Coding Lessons? Twitch Makes It Happen in Real Time
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Want Free Coding Lessons? Twitch Makes It Happen in Real Time

More programmers are taking to Twitch, a platform known for videogame livestreams, to share their work — or learn to be better programmers.
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