U.S. Students Have Achieved World Domination in Computer Science Skills—for Now
In a study of senior computer science majors in the U.S., China, India, and Russia, U.S. students are tops in skills, if not in gross numbers
Simulate and develop battery management systems with Simulink
Download this paper to learn how engineers develop BMS algorithms and software by performing system-level simulations with Simulink®.
Which Software Engineers Get Paid the Most?
In Silicon Valley, engineers working in search are pulling down the highest salaries; in Paris, blockchain rules
What Programming Languages Engineers and Employers Love—and Hate
Hired survey shows engineers love Python and hate PHP; meanwhile, companies hunt for the elusive Go programmer
One Step Closer to Reducing Quantum Computing’s Notoriously Troublesome Errors
While still far from enabling practical quantum computing, new research demonstrates an impressive reduction in error rates for a simple 2-qubit system
Can AI Detect Deepfakes To Help Ensure Integrity of U.S. 2020 Elections?
Startup Deeptrace is racing to develop automated detection of fake videos and images as U.S. 2020 elections loom
Animal-AI Olympics Will Test AI on Intelligence Tasks Designed for Crows and Chimps
Experiments drawn from Aesop’s Fables can gauge general intelligence
Modeling Vacuum Systems for Particle Accelerators
In this presentation, RadiaSoft will discuss multiphysics models of vacuum chambers from existing and future particle accelerators.
Faces of Open Source: The Humans Behind the Movement
A techie turned photographer captures the heroes who launched a tech revolution
New Security Technology Detects Malicious Cyberattacks on Drones, Cars, and Robots
Mitsubishi Electric has developed an algorithm that measures inconsistencies in multiple sensors to thwart malicious manipulation
Innovative Backup Power Solution for Data Centers
UPSs are not always the ideal solution for securing a data center. It is time for new solutions to bring new benefits.
Is It in Facebook’s Interest to Protect the Privacy of Users?
Pushed to discuss recent privacy breaches, a Facebook privacy executive defends the company’s approach
Artificially Intelligent Players Invent Nonverbal “Languages” to Win Card Games
To win at bridge and Hanabi, AIs must come up with subtle cues to communicate
When Will Quantum Computing Have Real Commercial Value?
Nobody really knows
For Most Tech Workers, Scandals Don't Affect Their Desire to Work in the Industry
And for some tech workers, a new survey finds, scandal-ridden companies may actually be more appealing
Tech Employees Worry About Layoffs at Tesla, eBay, Snapchat
Meanwhile, those at Google, Facebook, and LinkedIn feel quite secure, according to a survey by social network Blind
4 Experts Respond to Trump's Executive Order on AI
The new "American AI Initiative" is heavy on bombast, light on specifics
Pictionary-Playing AI Sketches the Future of Human-Machine Collaborations
As either "guesser" or "drawer," the Allen Institute's new AI cooperates with a human player
Five Enduring Government IT Failures
Costly consequences go on and on
Where’s the Happiest Place to Work? Survey Says: LinkedIn
Happy workers are crowding the halls at LinkedIn, Uber, and Salesforce, but in short supply at Snapchat, eBay, and Oracle, according to a survey by Blind