Beijing's long-term efforts to promote academic scholarship are paying off.
A public service as campaign called "She Can STEM" aims to encourage girls ages 11 to 15 to get involved in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM).
AI-based tools can offer a penetrating view of scientific literature, computationally taming the vast flood of scholarly papers published at a rate of 1 million worldwide each year, or one every 30 seconds by one estimate.
When computer scientist Christian Berger's team sought to get its project about self-driving vehicle algorithms on the road, it faced a daunting obstacle.
Using big data tools such as data mining and network analysis, researchers at two entities affiliated with the University of Sao Paulo in Brazil devised a method to help scientists and companies identify promising areas of technological research.
America is in a race for high-tech supremacy. The issue isn't whether U.S. colleges and universities are training students and Ph.D's in computer science and engineering and the physical sciences. It's whether enough of them are American students.
University of Hawaii at Manoa researchers are using a $300,000 grant from the U.S. National Science Foundation to evaluate a new approach to improving student retention in undergraduate computer science education.
Code.org and the Computer Science Teachers Association have partnered with Pluralsight to bring specially curated online course libraries to thousands of additional computer science students and teachers.
The KBase open-source software and data platform promises to improve the face of scientific analysis and publication.
On the fifth floor of slack's new building, overlooking the fancy Salesforce Park, a standing-room-only crowd of employees had gathered.
Exploring new frontiers in augmented and virtual reality.
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The CSforALL Consortium wants everyone from vendors to investors to school districts to government to publicly commit to supporting improved accessibility to computer science education for U.S. students with disabilities.
Britain faces an artificial intelligence "brain drain" as Silicon Valley raids its top universities for talent.
Fifty percent of parents believe coding and computer programming is the most beneficial subject to their child's future employability, a new survey found.
Strong correlation indicates notable research productivity of individual faculty members in turn boosts the standing of their programs.
Expert-curated guides to the best of CS research.
Observations on the use of machine learning and facial inferences to classify people using inexplicable data.
Scientists are developing tiny medical machines that stretch the definition of the term "robot."
Whether or not the theory of disruptive innovation has predictive power, it is a powerful story that explains the rise and fall of tech empires. It is deeply embedded in the psyche of Silicon Valley.