Assessing whether newcomers have a more difficult time achieving paper acceptance at established conferences.
Considering the similarities of quantum computing development to the early years of conventional computing.
Is it possible to keep bias out of a social program driven by one or more algorithms?
Amir Banifatemi observes how the AI for Good Summit "allowed us to start a dialogue, find a common frame of reference, and decide how our steps would be smart and structured."
Many people are finding ways to do harmful things through the Internet medium. Responses to these abuses have been sporadic at best.
User support presents serious challenges that are aggravated by indeterminate client responsibility
In a vast, dark room, the lights glow a steady green, blue, yellow. I'm not inside the Matrix, but it's not far off.
China might be at loggerheads with the United States over trade, but it is calling for a friendlier approach to the development of artificial intelligence.
Class attendance and participation as well as test scores have improved since Iowa State University ditched the traditional classroom format for a team-based learning environment.
Universities, funding agencies, and scientific journals need a "culture of trust" to ensure the integrity of research, said participants in a one-day summit at Ohio State University.
This year, the U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) turned 60. To celebrate, DARPA held a conference in Washington, D.C. One of the highlights was an exhibit hall full of both current DARPA programs as well as unique artifacts from DARPA's history.
Computational Thinking, Education for the Poor and Rich, and Dealing with Schools and Teachers As They Are: A Twitter Convo
A Twitter conversation turned into a narrative on computational thinking
Pinnguaq Makerspace in Canada's vast Nunavut territory aims to be a hub for people of all ages to explore science and technology.
U.S. states are increasingly implementing computer science policies, but individual high schools are struggling with actual instruction, according to the nonprofit Code.org.
Raise a glass, put on a party hat and celebrate the agency's diamond anniversary with these facts.
A global collaborative project for the benefit of all.
A team of researchers at Northwestern University's Delta Lab work to design more inclusive educational technologies.
A race by U.S. tech companies to build a new generation of powerful "quantum computers" could get a $1.3 billion boost from Congress, fueled in part by lawmakers' fear of growing competition from China.
In the summer of 1995, a second-year grad student called Sergey Brin was giving a tour of Stanford University to prospective students. Larry Page, an engineering graduate from the University of Michigan, was one of those being shown around the Palo Alto, California campus.
China's homegrown search giant, much like its U.S. counterpart, has a division focused entirely on driverless vehicles. And just like its rival, Google-born Waymo, both efforts are based in Silicon Valley.