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  • As machine learning breakthroughs abound, researchers look to democratize benefi
  • How the brain recognizes faces: Machine-learning system spontaneously reproduces
  • Suggestions for you: A better, faster recommendation algorithm
  • Making better use of the crowd
  • Big data analytics—Nostradamus of the 21st century
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  • New supercomputer will unite x86, Power9 and ARM chips
  • Digital microbes for munching yourself healthy
  • Fit as a dog: How to transform a human pedometer into a dog's step counter
  • Secret phenotypes: Disease devils in invisible details
  • Invisibility cloak for high-tech processing chips
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  • Intel Steps on the Gas, Launches New Self-Driving Car Group
  • Don't Count Out Software's Old Guard
  • Facebook Developing Artificial Intelligence to Flag Offensive Live Videos
  • Amazon Unveils Artificial Intelligence Products for Cloud
  • VA Enters Project to Use Artificial Intelligence, Precision Medicine
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  • education

  • Augmented reality advances learning especially in informal science education con
  • California educators aim to get more girls into science classes, careers
  • Bletchley Park to be site of National College of Cyber Security
  • Larger Cover Invent Your Own Computer Games with Python , 4th Edition
  • Where are the women in computer science?
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  • careers

  • 2016’s notable deaths in technology, science & inventions
  • Artificial intelligence may make your life easier — and take your job
  • Studies Show Racial and Gender Bias Throughout On-Demand Labor Market
  • Fight the talent shortage with citizen developers
  • Investors see artificial intelligence destroying millions of jobs: poll
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  • Amherst attorney: Presidential election recounts should be mandatory
  • Japan plans superefficient supercomputer by 2017
  • Computer scientists urge Hillary Clinton to ask for recounts in three states
  • Computer Scientists and Election Lawyers Are Privately Lobbying Hillary Clinton
  • American Computer Scientists Grace Hopper, Margaret Hamilton Receive Presidentia
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  • business

  • The World Is Feeling the Might of China’s Commodity Traders
  • 10 Cloud Computing Stats that Will Blow You Away
  • Mastercard uses artificial intelligence for transaction approval
  • Misinformation on social media—can technology save us?
  • Weird science: Android users are 'more honest'
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  • Making better use of the crowd
  • As machine learning breakthroughs abound, researchers look to democratize benefi
  • New software continuously scrambles code to foil cyber attacks
  • Digital microbes for munching yourself healthy
  • Facebook Developing Artificial Intelligence to Flag Offensive Live Videos
  • Intel Steps on the Gas, Launches New Self-Driving Car Group
  • Don't Count Out Software's Old Guard
  • 2016’s notable deaths in technology, science & inventions
  • How the brain recognizes faces: Machine-learning system spontaneously reproduces
  • Suggestions for you: A better, faster recommendation algorithm
  • Computer learns to recognize sounds by watching video
  • Big data analytics—Nostradamus of the 21st century
  • Team finds new method to improve predictions
  • The World Is Feeling the Might of China’s Commodity Traders
  • Amazon Unveils Artificial Intelligence Products for Cloud
  • New supercomputer will unite x86, Power9 and ARM chips
  • VA Enters Project to Use Artificial Intelligence, Precision Medicine
  • Artificial intelligence may make your life easier — and take your job
  • Augmented reality advances learning especially in informal science education con
  • Secret phenotypes: Disease devils in invisible details
  • It's time to decide Facebook's mission
  • Fit as a dog: How to transform a human pedometer into a dog's step counter
  • 10 Cloud Computing Stats that Will Blow You Away
  • Internet Archive, after Trump win, looks to create alternate site in Canada
  • Mastercard uses artificial intelligence for transaction approval
  • 5 Trends for Cloud Computing and the Data Center in 2017
  • Misinformation on social media—can technology save us?
  • Invisibility cloak for high-tech processing chips
  • Efficient approach for tracking physical activity with wearable health devices
  • Shaking things up with more control
  • Intel to provide computing power for Delphi autonomous cars
  • Study examines use of deep machine learning for detection of diabetic retinopath
  • Amherst attorney: Presidential election recounts should be mandatory
  • To Bridge The Digital Divide, Tech Companies Need To Act Like People, Not Algori
  • Weird science: Android users are 'more honest'
  • Why Can’t Silicon Valley Solve Its Diversity Problem?
  • Hardware is the ‘necessary evil’ for Snapchat, Google and Microsoft
  • Miniature WiFi device supplies missing link for the Internet of Things
  • Why we need a remote kill switch for our online data
  • Stanford study concludes next generation of robots won’t try to kill us
  • Here's what's right and wrong about quitting social media
  • California educators aim to get more girls into science classes, careers
  • A good combination: Model and experiment for a deeper look
  • A mathematical theory says the perfect age to get married is 26 — here's why
  • Will AI usher in a new era of hacking?
  • Japan plans superefficient supercomputer by 2017
  • Fake news is just the beginning
  • Researchers Want To Use Hardware To Fight Computer Viruses
  • Meeting of the minds for machine intelligence
  • Researchers run largest known transparent checkpointing process
  • Internet of Things will demand a step-change in search solutions
  • Changing SIM card number for more secure mobile phone
  • STMicroelectronics Boosts Trusted Computing with New Advanced Security Modules
  • SC16 Breaks Exhibits and Workshop Attendance Records
  • The burgeoning market for artificial intelligence
  • Bletchley Park to be site of National College of Cyber Security
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