Hawaii's Board of Education is working to boost computer science programs in the state’s schools.
Trilogy Education Services, which runs programming boot camps on the campuses of presitigious universities, has raised an additional $50 million from investors.
ACM A.M. Turing award recipients John Hennessy and David Patterson have introduced generations of students to reduced instruction set computing.
When it comes to anonymizing cryptocurrencies, one size most definitely does not fit all.
Bias in Web data and use taints the algorithms behind Web-based applications, delivering equally biased results.
By focusing on users' abilities rather than disabilities, designers can create interactive systems better matched to those abilities.
Text analysis can reveal patterns of association among medical terms and medical codes.
A.B.A. = Always be automating.
A discussion of ideas about software engineering.
Are technology companies maximizing profits by making users addicted to their products?
Mark Guzdial considers an idea with significant educational implications, while Susan Landau looks into the Cambridge Analytica/Facebook scandal.
ACM's most prestigious recognition is the ACM A.M. Turing Award and the 2017 award goes to John Hennessy and David Patterson: "For pioneering a systematic, quantitative approach to the design and evaluation of computer architectures with enduring impact on the microprocessor industry."
In 2011, the Dutch industrial giant Philips unveiled something it called the Microbial Home.
Fei-Fei Li is among the brightest stars in the burgeoning field of artificial intelligence, somehow managing to hold down two demanding jobs simultaneously: head of Stanford University's A.I. lab and chief scientist for A.I. at Google Cloud, one of the search giant's most promising enterprises.
In China's quest for the soul of the nation's digital technology, Ni Guangnan and Cheng Xu are two of the foot soldiers of a two-decade march to develop an indigenous semiconductor processor and operating system, a journey where the end point is ever-shifting.
Code.org has announced a joint initiative with the Computer Science Teachers Association to create a nationwide database of U.S. schools showing which teach computer science.
A survey of 1,516 teachers found that three out of four say data-driven instruction is the top trend in how education technology is impacting their schools.
Australia has allocated $600,000 for the development of a roadmap for increasing engagement and participation of girls and women in science, technology, engineering, and math.
Brain drain to the corporate sector has universities worried. The next generation of scientists risks losing its teachers.