A new wave of sensory substitution devices work to assist people who are blind or deaf.
As automation takes on more and more tasks, what will human workers do?
Former Computer Science Teachers Association executive director Mark R. Nelson discusses his work with the group to overcome core challenges to computer science education.
A dramatic drop in the public view of Tech, a term that I use to refer both to computing technology and the community that generates that technology, has accompanied the recent recognition of the adverse societal consequences of computing.
Researchers at the universities of Michigan and Arkansas recently conducted a study showing that having one parent or guardian work in a STEM field makes it more likely for girls to enroll in a "hard sciences" college degree program.
Once a top employment generator, India's $160 billion IT industry laid off more than 56,000 employees this year. Meanwhile, hiring plummeted, with entry-level openings having more than halved in 2017, experts say.
From inside the control room carved into the rock more than half a mile underground, Mika Persson can see the robots on the march, supposedly coming for his job here at the New Boliden mine.
On a lark, Joel Wilson started developing skills for Alexa, Amazon's voice assistant, this past January.
If you're looking for the perfect gift for children eager to learn the basics of coding, or want to give a little one a heads up when they get to logic and problem solving in school, here are 10 of the best coding toys on the market today.
Although only 17 percent of software developers worked with artificial intelligence or machine learning this year, 73 percent of those who did not say they are planning to learn about the technologies next year, according to a survey of 2,500 developers.
Microsoft Chief Executive Officer Satya Nadella is putting his own stamp on the tech giant once led by Bill Gates and Steve Ballmer.
Students at the Cleveland School of Science and Medicine are getting a crash course on computer programming. The two-people leading the class aren't teachers but software developers.
Having one parent or guardian work in a STEM field makes it more likely for girls to perform better in math and to enroll in a "hard sciences" college degree program such as engineering, architecture, math, and computer science.
The chart on the screen looks like something out of a TV crime drama: an elaborate web of emails and phone numbers, some names and photos, all connected by a mesh of thin lines.
Searches for jobs mentioning blockchain, bitcoin, or cryptocurrency jumped more than 1,000% since November 2015, according to job search site Indeed. Job postings specifically mentioning those terms increased by 621% in that time.
These languages attract a decent pay packet and are in demand, or their use is expected to take off next year.
Students are being given access to an incredibly smart digital friend with unlimited patience, programmed to sense the best way to impart knowledge.
"Show me the money" might have been a catchphrase associated with highly paid sports stars after Cuba Gooding Jr's character told his agent played by Tom Cruise to get him a better deal in the 1996 Hollywood movie Jerry Maguire. These days it is becoming the mantra of anybody with a good résumé in artificial intelligence.
Meteorology is entering a new era. Demand is growing worldwide for forecasts of storms, floods and droughts.
Researchers found that when reviewers know who did the work on a paper and where, it shaped their judgment.