During a recent White House meeting with President Donald Trump, Apple CEO Tim Cook remarked that "coding should be a requirement in every public school."
Are there benefits to teaching computational thinking to preschoolers?
As the Chinese government develops drones, the American technology giant Qualcomm is helping.
The Big IDEA and the PD Pipeline are two examples of industry-changing initiatives launched by the Computer Science Teachers Association over the past two years.
Andrew Ng is a soft-spoken AI researcher whose online postings talk loudly.
I summarize my first three years of research as an assistant professor on studying and building tools to support people who are learning computer programming.
Sony Corp., which is emerging from five years of brutal restructuring that gutted its workforce and product lineup, wants to show off a few new things.
The donation comes from Eric Schmidt, executive chairman of Google, and Wendy Schmidt, president of The Schmidt Family Foundation and cofounder of the Schmidt Ocean Institute.
Psychology and many related fields are in the midst of what can be viewed as a coming-of-age crisis.
Rita Orji at the University of Waterloo in Canada is designing interactive persuasive computer games customized to the player's motivational style.
As the Trump administration moves to take on China over intellectual property, Washington will find it has limited firepower.
Claude Shannon couldn't sit still.
Insights from a recent Google-Gallup national research study seeking to better understand the context of K--12 CS education.
About five years ago, Ari Popper enrolled in a course on science-fiction writing at the University of California, Los Angeles, hoping to distract himself from the boredom of his day job as the president of a market-research company.
Humanity is producing data at an unimaginable rate, to the point that storage technologies can't keep up.
The first known attempt at creating genetically modified human embryos in the United States has been carried out by a team of researchers in Portland, Oregon, MIT Technology Review has learned.
The surge in far-flung and destructive cyber attacks is not good for national security, but for an increasing number of hackers and researchers, it is great for job security.
The Trump administration's lack of support for $4 billion CSforAll initiative of the Obama administration has spurred agencies such as the U.S. National Science Foundation, private organizations, and activist groups to take the lead and contribute resources.