A combination of artificial intelligence and nimble robots are allowing scientists to do more, and be faster, than they ever could with mere human hands and brains.
Does a super computer have a really big chip in it? Would we be more or less clever if computers had never been invented? These are the sorts of questions which children want to know about computers, but which don't get answered at school.
At Facebook Inc. headquarters in Silicon Valley this week, engineers and researchers huddled around computers in a newly configured "war room" to fight misinformation ahead of the midterms. Almost 3,000 miles away, in Philadelphia, the fact-checkers hired to be on the front lines haven't received fresh marching orders.
Professor Ishfaq Ahmad has received a $1.2 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education that will significantly increase the number of Ph.D. students in computer science and engineering at the University of Texas at Arlington.
Students with little or no cybersecurity knowledge are being paired with easy-to-use AI software that lets them protect the Texas A&M campus from attack.
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology has announced a plan to establish a new artificial intelligence college.
Changing Who Pays for CS Professional Development in the U.S. and Who Controls It: It Has to be Local
In the U.S., a shift in who pays to prepare computer science (CS) teachers.
Every major university is wrestling with how to adapt to the technology wave of artificial intelligence—how to prepare students not only to harness the powerful tools of A.I., but also to thoughtfully weigh its ethical and social implications.
TheBestSchools.org compiled a list of 50 mathematicians, logicians, and computer scientists who did most of the scientific spadework that laid the foundations for today's world.
Dozens of employers looking to hire the next generation of tech employees descended on the University of California, Berkeley in September to meet students at an electrical engineering and computer science career fair.
U.S. universities graduated only 36 new teachers prepared to teach computer science in 2016, and only 35% of U.S. high schools teach the subject.
Several organizations last week jointly launched an academic contest to incorporate ethics into undergraduate computer science education.
Although struggling with personal life, Conway made a breakthrough discovery that rewrote what engineers thought single-stream computer architecture might achieve.
A growing number of aspiring candidates for U.S. congressional offices have a background in science.
As workforce forecasts emphasize the importance of developing computer science skills early, researchers are working to create best practices for equitable curricula.
The fictional news stories pop up on Facebook faster than Paterno Esmaquel II and his co-workers can stamp them out.
The city of Pittsburgh, the one-time steel capital that's long been a symbol of Rust-Belt decline, is emerging as a vibrant hub for artificial intelligence, robotics and biomedical companies eager to tap a rich talent pool.
Judy Amanor-Boadu has started a series of girls' robotics clubs in her home country of Ghana.
Students at UPES in New Delhi have developed a sleep detector device that issues an alarm to alert inattentive drivers.