A computer science teacher in Texas was busted after alleging having a sexual relationship with a student.
The comprehensive plan has been lauded by tech executives and associations for its emphasis on expanding education in STEM and computer science, emphasis on cybersecurity and push for immigration reform.
James Everingham's passion for physics predated his management role at Instagram. Here's how he's brought one to bear on the other. I didn't intend to go into computer science, and I definitely didn't expect to become a manager. Instead, I started out thinking I'd be a laboratory scientist. Show More Summary
A lot of computing pioneers were women. For decades, the number of women in computer science was growing. But in 1984, something changed.
At the annual Faculty Summit 2016, Bill Gates, Jeannette Wing and Microsoft Research CVP Peter Lee discussed what the next 25 years of computer science research could bring. Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates spoke about what computer scientists have accomplished in the last quarter century, and on what they expect to see in the next quarter […]
An unsolved murder and a locked mobile phone led police to Michigan State University, with an unusual request: Could computer science professor Anil Jain whip up 3D-printed fingers of the victim? Doing so would give them manufactured fingerprints that could unlock his phone and perhaps glean clues about who killed...
A computer science degree from a top university can help graduates land their dream job at companies like Apple, Google, and Facebook. But which computer science courses are the best ones to try and to get onto if you want to impress...Show More Summary
Is there a field that moves faster than computer science? It hasn’t even been around for 100 years, and it’s seen an absurd amount of evolution in that time. Just how much has it changed? Check out the infographic below for a decade-by-decade look. Via computersciencezone.org Click To Enlarge Read the full article: How Has Computer Science Changed Over the Years?
Staff and students at Michigan State University are using an unlikely technique to try and help police solve a murder case: a 3D printed finger. The team, lead by Department of Computer Science & Engineering professor Anil Jain, hasShow More Summary
Facebook workers conducted weird experiments with the emotions of Facebook users. Now it’s time to see what science fiction has to say about machines that control our feelings. Here are ten cautionary scenarios. More »
IBM and Computer Sciences Corp. (CSC) are to expand an […]
In 1703, Gottfried Leibniz invented the modern binary number system that forever changed the developed world. In the intervening years, computing has become an integral part of our daily existence. This infographic from Computer Science Zone breaks down the major technology breakthroughs and landmark products that have helped to shape the way we live. More »
Robots are going to play an integral role in hospital care soon. At least that's what Julie Shah — an MIT professor who leads the Interactive Robotics Group at the university's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence LaboratoryShow More Summary
When I first met Josh Bishop back in November 2012, he was a wide-eyed 20-year-old computer science student from Brighton who had banded together with fellow Dungeon Keeper super fans to crowdfund a spiritual successor called War for the Overworld. Show More Summary
Human intelligence is being defined and measured for the first time ever, by researchers at the University of Warwick. Led by Professor Jianfeng Feng in the Department of Computer Science, studies at Warwick and in China have been recently...Show More Summary
There simply isn't a pipeline problem as long as there are twice as many black and Hispanic computer science graduates as there are actual hires from these minority groups.
Computers and humans don’t have the best relationship in science fiction. At best, they’re of the benevolent servant variety, a la Star Trek. At worst? Well… the biological and technological go to war, […]
Ants, the micro icons of industriousness and organization, apparently can teach us something about how computer networks work and how they can be improved as well. A team at MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory...Show More Summary
As the mice watched a computer screen, their glowing neurons pulsed through glass windows in their skulls. Using a device called a two-photon microscope, researchers at the Allen Institute for Brain Science could peer through those windows...Show More Summary
In many science fiction tales, computers and robots are grown much like living organisms as opposed to being constructed through manufacturing. That fiction might soon be reality, thanks to a team of scientists with the U.S. Department of Energy’s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory that has managed to...