In most respects, Jong Hyok looks like any other middle-aged male tech worker you might see on the skyscraper-shadowed streets of Seoul's Gangnam district: smartphone in hand, dark-blue winter coat over a casual, open-collared work shirt.
When Americans consider how technology has changed their lives, they tend to focus on how the internet and smartphones have altered how they watch TV, connect with friends, or how they shop. But those changes pale in comparison to how technology has already restructured the economy, shaking up the workforce and shifting opportunity to tech-centric urban hubs.
Researchers at the University of Maryland' Center for Environmental Sciences' Appalachian Laboratory have received a U.S. National Science Foundation grant to use augmented reality design experiences to pique teenaged girls' interest in science and technology.
Filling a STEM position takes more than twice as long as any other. The most likely explanation is a lack of qualified candidates.
What if your employer made you wear a wristband that tracked your every move, and that even nudged you via vibrations when it judged that you were doing something wrong?
In an office at Tsinghua University in Beijing, a computer chip is crunching data from a nearby camera, looking for faces stored in a database.
Disabled students are often shortchanged in computer science education, and Sheryl Burgstahler, director of the University of Washington's DO-IT Center, is working with others to make it more widely available.
Jane Margolis and Julie Flapan of UCLA discuss their mission to boost the diversity of next-generation programmers and coders.
California State University is working to add more pilot projects and courses on its campuses to leverage the power of augmented reality and virtual reality.
In early 2014, Srikanth Thirumalai met with Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos.
After the lights went dark in the Monte Carlo resort's Park Theater, a buzzing army of 110 small drones with flickering red lights started to float up to the ceiling from offstage.
Computer science majors from Wichita State University are offering Scratch instruction to elementary school classrooms during the 2017-2018 school year.
"Which Is the Fairest (Rent Division) of Them All?" focuses on the problem of rent division, and stands out in the variety of techniques applied to arrive at a solution.
Why, with so much sustained effort by so many individuals and organizations, is progress toward gender equity so slow?
The real Jessica Rychly is a Minnesota teenager with a broad smile and wavy hair. She likes reading and the rapper Post Malone.
Most coders' programming skills are self-taught, and more than a quarter of surveyed developers wrote their first piece of code before they were 16 years old.
The U.S. National Science Foundation's Science and Engineering Indicators 2018 report found the U.S. still leads in science and engineering worldwide, although China is advancing.