Amazon announced it will bring computer science courses to more than 1,000 high schools and tens of thousands of students throughout the United States.
North Dakota wants to provide statewide student access to computer science and cybersecurity courses.
Experts are still wondering how the Romans calculated with their number system.
UC Santa Cruz is launching a master's degree program in serious games that aim to help people with special needs or address other social goals.
The College Board came up with a surprising conclusion about keys to success for college and life. By Thomas L. Friedman, Opinion Columnist.
Both human and machine have 10 seconds per plant. They must find the ripe strawberries in the leaves, gently twist them off the stems and tuck them into a plastic clamshell. Repeat, repeat, repeat, before the fruit spoils.
The United States cannot sustain its leading role in artificial intelligence R&D without ensuring that students have the skills to pursue this commitment, says MIT President L. Rafael Reif.
Machine-learning techniques are producing results that are misleading and often wrong, contributing to the reproducibility crisis in science, says Genevera Allen of Rice University.
Jodi Tims, chair of the Computer Science and Engineering department at Baldwin Wallace University, was awarded The Next Generation Award–Women in Tech by The Greater Cleveland Partnership.
DARPA has promised $7.6 million to a nonprofit organization that's leading the charge to fix the "reproducibility crisis" in science.
A few years ago, the leaders of the College Board, the folks who administer the SAT college entrance exam, asked themselves a radical question: Of all the skills and knowledge that we test young people for that we know are correlated with success in college and in life, which is the most important? Their answer: the ability to master "two codes"—computer science and the U.S. Constitution.
President Trump signed an executive order on February 11 meant to shore up our competitive position in the international race for AI supremacy, but it is short on concrete steps.
The USPTO's new report shows that women still comprise a small minority of patent inventors and highlights their untapped potential to spur U.S. innovation.
Investment in research is at an all-time high, yet the rate of scientific breakthroughs isn't setting any records. To resolve this quandary, scientists are turning to artificial intelligence and crowdsourcing for help in identifying a key inspiration for innovation—the perfect analogy.
The US leads the world in artificial intelligence technology. Decades of federal research funding, industrial and academic research, and streams of foreign talent have put America at the forefront of the current AI boom.
Young people who play video games have higher moral reasoning skills that those who don't, Bournemouth University researchers found.
The University of California system will count high school computer science courses toward core curriculum prerequisites for admission to its nine universities.
Human error by an employee within the Computer Science Department caused a massive leak of personal information of all active students in California State Polytechnic University's College of Science.
Stanford has established itself as the epicenter of computer science, and a farm system for the tech giants. Following major scandals at Facebook, Google, and others, how is the university coming to grips with a world in which many of its students' dream jobs are now vilified?
Boston’s Commonwealth Shakespeare Company and Google have created a virtual reality (VR) version of "Hamlet" in which the viewer plays the ghost of Hamlet’s father.