Japan's scientific might is in danger of decline. The country's sluggish science and technology budget is making it difficult to secure talent, and research facilities are suffering from the deficit.
A disembodied voice sounded over a loudspeaker. "Incoming. Take cover," it warned to anyone within earshot. Then, the sirens began to wail.
Exploding interest in computer science courses across the United States has coincided with an undesirable side effect: a spate of high-tech collegiate plagiarism.
Harvard dropout Mark Zuckerberg returned to the university Thursday to give graduates a commencement address, filled with calls for building a connected world "where every single person has a sense of purpose."
A 1.5-tonne stone tribute to peer review is the latest addition to Moscow's rich cultural heritage.
Researchers at Tohoku University in Japan have developed a robotic dance instructor.
On New Year's Eve in 2015 local and federal agents arrested a 26-year-old man in Rochester, N.Y., for planning to attack people at random later that night using knives and a machete.
An article published in the journal Nature Neuroscience provides conventions and tools that researchers can use to make code sharing easier and more efficient.
The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign recently received the $100,000 grand prize of the National Center for Women in Information Technology NEXT Award.
St. Petersburg ITMO University, a perennial contender in the ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest (ICPC), won the 2017 World Finals on Wednesday in Rapid City, South Dakota. The university's team has won the prestigious competition in seven of the last 13 years.
Over the last 20 years, the technology industry has become the most powerful industry in the world, boasting seven of the 20 most profitable companies.
A computer science degree from a top university can help graduates land their dream job. Which universities have the top computer science and information systems courses in Europe?
Hackers will target American voting machines—as a public service, to prove how vulnerable they are.
Ross Diedrich had gone pale and raw-boned. The CEO of a year-old startup in Denver, he'd stay at his office until the middle of the night, go home and sleep for about five hours, then chug a spinach smoothie and start again.
Hundreds of people gathered in the theater at the Rushmore Plaza Civic Center in Rapid City, S.D., on Monday (May 22) as students, coaches, and community members attended the 2017 ACM-ICPC Opening Ceremony.
Students and coaches are exploring local attractions, playing competitive games, and attending the Competitive Learning Symposium in advance of the 2017 ACM International Collegiate Programming Competition.
The ACM International Collegiate Programming Competition draws the best collegiate programmers from around the world, but it started as a humble statewide competition.
Finalist teams from around the world descended on Rapid City, South Dakota this past weekend for the ACM-ICPC World Finals. Sightseeing and some cultural adjustments were in order.
At TURC, ACM leaders consider the future of AI, and I ask about the implications for computing education