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  • Preservation for the (digital) ages
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  • electronics

  • Engineers invent breakthrough millimeter-wave circulator IC
  • Seeing the next dimension of computer chips
  • Forget about it: A material that mimics the brain
  • New technology uses mouth gestures to interact in virtual reality
  • Could 'AI' become a partner in breast cancer care?
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  • industries

  • An AI startup founder is teaming up with a former hostage negotiator to help bus
  • Facebook Moves Closer to Building a Subscription Platform for Publishers
  • RSA encryption key flaw puts 'millions' of devices at risk
  • What is hybrid cloud computing?
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  • education

  • Expert to present computer security seminar at Rose-Hulman
  • Centenary University partners with Elemental Path
  • Adam Kona, from Battersea, has received a prestigious £1,000 bursary
  • Wisconsin researchers get $6M Navy grant for research
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  • careers

  • Will Artificial Intelligence create new jobs or destroy them?
  • Artificial intelligence screening job hunters
  • Ma: We need to stop training kids for manufacturing jobs
  • Electronics manufacturing roadmap eyes 2,100 new jobs, S$22b in value-add by 202
  • Pandit Says 30% of Bank Jobs May Disappear in Next Five Years
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  • Oxford's head of computer science warned that Berlin and Paris would love to h
  • Tech firm helps probe secrets of North Korea
  • Who betrayed Anne Frank? Artificial intelligence could finally solve the mystery
  • A ‘principled’ artificial intelligence could improve justic
  • The Police Are Using Computer Algorithms to Tell if You’re a Threat
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  • business

  • Will robocops be taking your 999 calls in the future?
  • How chatbots and artificial intelligence will save banks and the finance industr
  • Informing Investment Decisions Using Machine Learning & Artificial Intelligence
  • These new Google earbuds will help you translate 40 languages
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  • Engineers invent breakthrough millimeter-wave circulator IC
  • New technology uses mouth gestures to interact in virtual reality
  • Seeing the next dimension of computer chips
  • Forget about it: A material that mimics the brain
  • Researchers create digital objects from incomplete 3D data
  • Preservation for the (digital) ages
  • An AI startup founder is teaming up with a former hostage negotiator to help bus
  • Facebook Moves Closer to Building a Subscription Platform for Publishers
  • RSA encryption key flaw puts 'millions' of devices at risk
  • What is hybrid cloud computing?
  • For $1000, anyone can purchase online ads to track your location and app use
  • Could 'AI' become a partner in breast cancer care?
  • Artificial intelligence implants will allow us to control our lives better in th
  • Expert to present computer security seminar at Rose-Hulman
  • Centenary University partners with Elemental Path
  • How the KRACK attack destroys nearly all Wi-Fi security
  • All data that move across Wi-Fi networks could be susceptible to hacking
  • Will robocops be taking your 999 calls in the future?
  • Toyota to highlight reading of driver emotions at Tokyo show
  • Machine learning identifies breast lesions likely to become cancer
  • Adam Kona, from Battersea, has received a prestigious £1,000 bursary
  • Pornhub is using artificial intelligence to identify porn stars
  • Oxford's head of computer science warned that Berlin and Paris would love to h
  • Alibaba is investing $15 billion in global tech research
  • The MacArthur Foundation Just Welcomed 24 New Members Into the 'Genius' Club
  • Wisconsin researchers get $6M Navy grant for research
  • How chatbots and artificial intelligence will save banks and the finance industr
  • Informing Investment Decisions Using Machine Learning & Artificial Intelligence
  • Americans are addicted to outrage
  • It’s time to break up big tech, warns Artificial Intelligence pioneer
  • Tech firm helps probe secrets of North Korea
  • Why trust is key for artificial intelligence adoption?
  • These new Google earbuds will help you translate 40 languages
  • Facebook security chief warns of dangers to fake-news solutions
  • Alphabet's DeepMind forms ethics unit for artificial intelligence
  • Zacks Investment Research Upgrades BCE
  • Intel's Strategy to Fight NVIDIA Is Now Unclear
  • Why You Should Learn More About Artificial Intelligence
  • Decatur Township first in state to offer students Computer Science Pathway
  • Who betrayed Anne Frank? Artificial intelligence could finally solve the mystery
  • How to Build a Self-Conscious Machine
  • Google And Facebook Under Fire For Spreading Hoaxes During Las Vegas Attack
  • Working to advance computer science education
  • Opinion: The business challenges of artificial intelligence
  • Tech-savvy investigators are ready to put algorithms under the microscope
  • 10 internet of things success stories
  • A ‘principled’ artificial intelligence could improve justic
  • The Police Are Using Computer Algorithms to Tell if You’re a Threat
  • Facebook's response to fake Russian ads is not going to cut it
  • How to develop a mobile device repair or replace strategy
  • Bloomberg Law trains machine to highlight legal points
  • How to respond to the challenge of AI
  • When algorithms go bad: Online failures show humans are still needed
  • Senior school: science Class
  • NMSU professor working on new wireless networks
  • The Latest Scandals Show Why Facebook Is Invincible
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