On January 9, 2007, Steve Jobs stood on the MacWorld stage in his jeans and a black turtleneck.
The SIGIR Student Liaison Program supports an environment in which all students thrive.
It's no secret that the United States has long dominated cutting-edge technologies, from personal computers and biotech to smartphones and social media.
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Google moonshot lab X co-founder Sebastian Thrun says flying cars are ready to be built, given advances in unmanned drone technology.
Several factors are preventing women from pursuing and persisting in computer science majors.
After a mid-career jump to academia, Ph.D. student Jim Magarian now investigates engineering job trajectories to help graduates find the right career fit.
Exploring the technical and ethical issues surrounding Internet advertising and ad blocking.
Developers know refactoring improves their software, but many find themselves unable to do so when they want to.
Millennials entering the workforce ignore the risks of using privately owned devices on the job.
Expert-curated guides to the best of CS research.
Why the Bell curve hasn't transformed into a hockey stick.
Checking out the recent Amazon acquisition of Whole Foods.
Integrating trust and automation in finance.
Considering the issues and opportunities raised by Agile practices in the development of high-integrity software.
Bioprinting has generated bones, cartilage, and some muscles; hearts and livers are still years away.
How do small screens impact young minds?
Robin K. Hill mulls an aspect of natural language processing research, while Mark Guzdial ponders why coding is taught in public schools.
I recently had the opportunity to join several thousand teachers in Southern California for an annual confab on teaching. I came away with a very different view of elementary and secondary education than I had going in.
The notion of what constitutes a profession has been studied extensively through exploration of its attributes. Common among these are a deep technical expertise, an essential, valued, societal contribution, and the need to adhere to high ethical and technical standards.