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Intel’s Million Girls Moonshot project aims to get more women into STEM

The tech field is known for pioneering a host of innovations. However, one thing has remained largely unchanged over the past 20 years—the percentage...

This facial recognition software is designed to identify minority faces

Typical facial recognition algorithms have an embarrassingly hard time identifying people of color. Obviously, that is a problem for a technology that’s meant to...

Electronic ICUs are helping healthcare workers battle the pandemic

Fighting back against a highly contagious disease takes a lot of creativity. That’s especially true in the healthcare world where workers are exposed to...

How will increasing automation impact data science jobs?

People tend to assume that using automated systems and robots—in any industry—means cutting back on jobs that were previously held by humans. Although it's...

Pros and cons of developing new technologies and their impact on the environment

From smartphones to airplanes, from industries to goods and services, we are surrounded by modern technology. On the earth of today, we can’t take...

How can we identify and support promising AI talent?

Over the past decade, investors have set their sights on startups that are building innovative artificial intelligence (AI). The long-run potential of AI is...

Is buying an Intel Mac worth it ahead of the Arm shift?

Apple is preparing to make a major change to the hardware inside its lineup of Mac computers. Starting later this year, the company will...

How to solve the problem of smartphone affordability in 2020

Our smartphones are something that we consistently take for granted. In today’s digital world, it’s hard for many to remember a time when we...

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Ford and Stellantis warn auto chip shortage could last until 2022

Ford and Stellantis recently warned that the global chip shortage could persist into 2022. The automakers also revealed how the...

SK Hynix improves Q1 operating profit by 66 percent due to consumer products demand

SK Hynix grew its first-quarter operating profit by 66 percent year-over-year thanks to strong demand for new PCs and...

Apple expects semiconductor shortage to cut Q2 revenue by up to $4 billion

Apple reported that its revenue expanded by 54 percent year-over-year during the fiscal second quarter recently. That income spike,...

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