The growing tension between undergraduate and K-12: Is CS for All, or just those who get past the caps?
Are we repeating the 1980's? It's even worse now.
Stephen Hawking warned us not to contact E.T.
Diffusion speed and scale depend on all kinds of information, not just which users have the most or fewest connections.
SONYC integrates sensors, machine listening, data analytics, and citizen science to address noise pollution in New York City.
You have to finish strong, every time.
Considering the expression "computational thinking" as an entry point to understand why the fundamental contribution of computing to science is the shift from solving problems to having problems solved.
Carnegie Mellon University's successful efforts enrolling, sustaining, and graduating women in computer science challenge the belief in a gender divide in CS education.
An array of technologies are making farms more efficient, safer, and profitable.
Genetic engineering technologies are advancing at a furious rate, changing the world one cell at a time.
Herbert Bruderer explains why the opposite of digital is not analog; Robin K. Hill describes how the challenges of user support are aggravated by indeterminate client responsibility.
The 10 programming languages associated with the highest-paying jobs all earned developers an average salary of above $100,000 in 2018, according to the Dice 2019 Tech Salary Report.
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security announced a rule change that will give highly skilled workers with advanced degrees an edge in the lottery that decides who gets the 85,000 H-1B visas granted to for-profit companies every year.
It can be extremely difficult to identify the right people who can leverage AI technology.
A U.K-based campaign for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics gender equity has called on the sector to break down negative stereotypes that put girls off science careers.
Seven specialists forecast the developments that will push their fields forward in the year ahead.
The US Federal government is in the midst of the longest gap in funding for many of its agencies in history. As the "shutdown" extends into a second month, the economic impact is mounting for federal workers—including civil servants and government contractors working in IT and information security roles for the government—as well as the communities they work and live in.
The U.S. National Science Foundation's annual census has determined that male scientists who obtained doctorates in 2017 and have jobs in the wings expect to earn $88,000 annually on average, versus $70,000 for women.
Apple has partnered with the Royal National Institute of Blind People in the U.K. to expand its Everyone Can Code curriculum to visually impaired students.
The 2018 CyberForce Competition at seven U.S. national laboratories pitted 66 student teams against simulated cyberattacks on the U.S. energy infrastructure.
The computer science department at Boston College has temporarily paused entry of new majors due to the a lack of staff.