Oral Roberts University has unveiled an $850,000 supercomputer, with the goal of bolstering the institution's science, technology, engineering, and math program.
ACM named 56 members as 2018 ACM Fellows for their significant contributions in areas including computer architecture, mobile networks, robotics, and systems security.
The Trump administration has announced a five-year strategic plan for science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education.
The National Science Foundation is expanding its diversity program to other federal agencies, and creating new graduate internship opportunities.
With Amazon planning to place a new headquarters in Northern Virginia, educational institutions in the area are preparing to help address an ongoing shortage of computer science professionals.
For Computer Science Education Week, Accenture is expanding its Hour of Code introductory computer science tutorial to 15 languages.
Penn State University, Norfolk State University, and Tidewater Community College will form a nanotechnology education coalition to address the underrepresentation of minority students in college STEM programs.
As the application of AI expands, so too do career opportunities.
Peter G. Neumann traces a lifetime devoted to identifying computing risks.
Citizen-led initiatives via social media yield political influence, including even with a country's top political leaders.
Expect inherent uncertainties in health-wearables data to complicate future decision making concerning user health.
A series of reports promises the general public a technologically accurate view of the state of AI and its societal implications.
Five strategies for pushing through.
Why aren't better assistive technologies available for those communicating using ASL?
Artificial intelligence is changing the legal industry.
John Arquilla describes the new state of cyberspying, while Yegor Bugayenko considers the importance of a software architect to development projects.
The Raspberry Pi startup will train 40,000 U.K. teachers to teach computer science, with the ultimate goal of teaching computer science to all U.K. schoolchildren.
Dominican University of California announced a new degree program that pairs a liberal arts or pre-professional degree with a computer science minor.
The University of Oxford rose and three prestigious U.S. universities fell in Times Higher Education's latest rankings of the world's top computer science and engineering programs.
Tardos was cited "For contributions to the field of algorithms, including foundational new methods in optimization, approximation algorithms, and algorithmic game theory."