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Get a Comprehensive Computer Science Education for $39

43 minutes agoHumor / odd : Geekosystem

You don’t need to go back to school to get a tech education. At least not when you have access to top coding, design, and database management courses at huge discounts. Get the Complete Computer Science Bundle for $39 at the Mary Sue Shop.

A Harvard junior who received internship offers from Google, Apple, Facebook, and more shares her 7 tips to ace an interview

Jessica Pointing knows how to interview. The Harvard University junior received internship offers at companies including Google, Apple, Facebook, Microsoft, McKinsey, Bain, Goldman Sachs, and Morgan Stanley. A computer science and physics...Show More Summary

350k Twitter Bots Are Quoting Star Wars and No One Knows Why

Researchers from University College London’s Department of Computer Science have published a study which reports the presence the internet hasn’t felt since…July, 14 2013. That’s when the internet felt a great disturbance in the Force, as if millions of Twitter users suddenly cried out in Star Wars...

HIGHER EDUCATION BUBBLE UPDATE: Georgia Tech’s Model Expands: Three years after its low-cost MOOC-…

HIGHER EDUCATION BUBBLE UPDATE: Georgia Tech’s Model Expands: Three years after its low-cost MOOC-inspired master’s degree program in computer science launched, the institute announces a new program in analytics priced at less than $10,000. Show More Summary

Cyberwarfare, Driverless Cars, and Quantum Computing - FS Insider Podcasts for Science and Tech Lovers

When we at Financial Sense started our FS Insider podcast a few years back, many listeners wrote in saying, "Hey, we want to hear more shows on technology." We took that feedback to heart and, in addition to our usual coverage of the financial markets and the economy...

3-D scans for the automotive industry

(University of Würzburg) How does an automotive assembly line have to be retrofitted for a change of model? 3-D scanners are an elegant way to find this out. Professor of computer science, Andreas Nüchter, is a specialist for the jo...

Swimming for science

(NYU Tandon School of Engineering) Researchers have developed the first successful 3-D computer modeling of the motions of zebrafish, which are increasingly the species of choice for biomedical research, particularly neurobehavioral studies that are critical to understanding the brain. Show More Summary

This Xbox One streaming to HoloLens setup is some Iron Man level tech wizardry, is used to play Gears of War 4

Xbox One’s streaming and Microsoft’s HoloLens AR visor: actually pretty cool. You know how in science fiction computers always have projected or virtual displays and people use touch gestures to interact with them? Think Mass Effect’s Omnitool, which pops up a holo interface, or most recognisably to most of us, Robert Downey Junior’s floating desktop […]

Watercooler 01/12/17; Holy 4th Amendment Guess What The FBI Has Been Up To; It’s Science Libs More Likely To Commit Crimes; What’s 150% of 0 ?

That Pesky Constitution Keeps Getting In The Way Of Law Enforcement Turns out the FBI has been paying computer service depots to search your computer when you bring it in to be fixed. According to court records, Geek Squad technician...Show More Summary

Just 18% of Computer Science Degrees go to Women

It seems, there are subtle messages we send to girls in school which may keep them from pursuing STEM study and careers. Yes, tech is considered by many to be nerdy and many women aren't huge fans of being called nerds... Who is? Silicon Valley Billionaires of course. Show More Summary

IUPUI study: Training computers to differentiate between people with the same name

(Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis School of Science) How do you tell which Anna Hernandez authored a specific study or which Robert Jones is attempting to board an airplane flight? IUPUI researchers have developed a novel-machine learning method to provide better solutions to the perplexing problem of name disambiguation.

Zillow invests $5 million in new Computer Science building at the University of Washington

Zillow Group's pledge is a natural extension of its longtime partnership with UW CSE. The company's donation will help fund construction of a new 130,000-square foot, state-of-the-art facility, slated for completion in 2019, that will provide much-needed classroom, laboratory and collaborative spaces. Show More Summary

The Gender Gap In Computer Science Is Hurting U.S. Businesses

The United States has a computing-skills crisis that is holding back American companies and economic growth. The solution lies with girls and young women. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

Taking graphics cards beyond gaming

(King Abdullah University of Science & Technology (KAUST)) A highly efficient mathematical solver designed to run on graphics processors gives scientists and engineers a powerful new tool for a common computational problem.

Taking graphics cards beyond gaming

The graphics cards found in powerful gaming computers are now capable of solving computationally intensive mathematical problems common in science and engineering applications, thanks to a new solver developed by researchers from the KAUST Extreme Computing Research Center.

First-ever system to allow users to build and customise drones depending on their needs

MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence lab has come up with the first-ever system to allow any user to build and customise their own drone depending on their needs. The potential of this smart design tool – which was partly...Show More Summary

“You can’t hotfix a bridge”: Christina Allen on the confidence you gain from building

Christina Allen is a builder. She moved to Silicon Valley in the 1980s. Before it was a gold rush. Before everyone knew what “VCs” were. Before there was the bloodlust of the IPO. Back then “computer science” wasn’t so much the major...Show More Summary

Model sheds light on inhibitory neurons' computational role

(Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Researchers at MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory have developed a new computational model of a neural circuit in the brain, which could shed light on the biological role of inhibitory neurons -- neurons that keep other neurons from firing.

How on earth does geotagging work?

(University of Alberta) Computing science researchers at the University of Alberta are using automated geotagging models to put a place to online data and documents. 'With the proliferation of online content and the need for sharingShow More Summary

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