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'Video Games Are for Boys'
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'Video Games Are for Boys'

Hopscotch app co-founder Samantha John discusses her journey from avoiding video games to helping kids create them.

Words Matter
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Words Matter

Some jargon can be offensive to newcomers and unintentionally shape our thoughts.

Apple's Challenge to Virtualization Software
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Apple's Challenge to Virtualization Software

Is it okay for security researchers to virtualize software to look for vulnerabilities?

'Sentience' Is the Wrong Discussion to Have on AI Right Now
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'Sentience' Is the Wrong Discussion to Have on AI Right Now

A more important conversation would be one about human compatibility and trust.

'I Don't Really Trust Papers Out of Top AI Labs Anymore'
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'I Don't Really Trust Papers Out of Top AI Labs Anymore'

The AI domain is grappling with the replication crisis that has gripped the scientific community for ages, mostly because researchers often don't share their source...

How to Write Software with Mathematical Perfection
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How to Write Software with Mathematical Perfection

Leslie Lamport revolutionized how computers talk to each other, and now he's working on how engineers talk to their machines.

The Woman Who Brought Female Representation to Games
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The Woman Who Brought Female Representation to Games

The year-long search for Wabbit creator Van Mai comes to a happy conclusion.

Blending Computer Science with Culture
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Blending Computer Science with Culture

Coding with Culture creator Victor Hicks explains how culturally relevant lessons can be included in STEM learning.

My Nightmare Trip into the Metaverse
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My Nightmare Trip into the Metaverse

A reporter dons a VR headset, heads into the metaverse, and witnesses the most disturbing sights of her life.

Toward Justice in Computer Science through Community, Criticality, and Citizenship
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Toward Justice in Computer Science through Community, Criticality, and Citizenship

Proposing a justice-centered CS education.

Two Paths for Digital Disability Law
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Two Paths for Digital Disability Law

Understanding the legal drivers of efforts to make technology accessible.

Patterns and Prose
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Patterns and Prose

A University of Southern California computer scientist is a coder by trade and a poet at heart.

Our Human Future in an Age of AI
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Our Human Future in an Age of AI

What does it mean to be human in an age where AI agents make decisions that shape human actions?

<i>Communications'</i> Digital Initiative and Its First Digital Event
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Communications' Digital Initiative and Its First Digital Event

How AI and science are shaping each other.

Futures of Digital Governance
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Futures of Digital Governance

Seeking to increase the interoperability among the technical and social sciences toward new forms of governance associated with digital technology.

Copyright Implications of Emulation Programs
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Copyright Implications of Emulation Programs

How emulation programs might be affected by new claims of copyright infringement.

India's Tech Innovation Engines Must Raise Their Game
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India's Tech Innovation Engines Must Raise Their Game

Some Indian Institutes of Technology are struggling to establish themselves and must quickly turn things around

The Lives of Hidden Figures Matter in Computer Science Education
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The Lives of Hidden Figures Matter in Computer Science Education

"I cannot work on what I cannot see . . ." —Katherine Goble, Hidden Figures

Data Science Meets Law
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Data Science Meets Law

Learning Responsible AI together.

What Does the Data Say about the Current State of K-12 STEM Education in the U.S.?
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What Does the Data Say about the Current State of K-12 STEM Education in the U.S.?

A conversation with Julia Phillips of the National Science Board on the state of elementary and secondary STEM education in the nation.
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