The nascent quantum industry is calling on higher education to begin preparing a quantum workforce with a broader, less specialized range of technical skills.
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Better known as a sociologist than a computer scientist, Anderson specialized in secondary data analysis—finding new uses for data collected for another purpose...Simson Garfinkel and Eugene H. Spafford From ACM News | February 22, 2021
Edmund Melson Clarke, Jr., a celebrated American academic who developed methods for mathematically proving the correctness of computer systems, died on December...Simson Garfinkel, Eugene H. Spafford From Communications of the ACM | March 1, 2021
A team of cognitive scientists and computational linguists has developed a modeling framework based on large-scale simulation of infants' language learning process...News-Medical Life Sciences From ACM TechNews | February 5, 2021
The Pentagon is consulting with U.S. universities to evaluate software on aerospace company Lockheed Martin's F-35 fighter jet in the hope of correcting the buggy...Bloomberg From ACM TechNews | February 3, 2021
Computer science concepts have been part of the official English curriculum for over a decade, but reforms have encouraged wider participation in the last six years...Brookings From ACM News | January 22, 2021
Software company Burning Glass Technologies projected quantum computing and connected technologies will be among the 10 most "disruptive" information technology...ZDNet From ACM TechNews | January 4, 2021