A $1 million gift from a nonprofit STEM workforce development firm will establish a rocketry program at the University of California, Irvine with the intent of making it the first academic institution to launch a liquid-fuel rocket into space.
Science seems to be under attack in America, so much so that scientists and their supporters are marching in the streets.
Irina Khoroshko, from Zelenograd near Moscow, had learned her times tables by the age of five.
Unconscious bias is pervasive in computing, and training is our best remedy, how can untrained students evaluate their CS teachers without bias?
The same week that President Trump issued his hire American executive order, the president of one of China's top tech companies said his company wants to do the same thing.
From balloon-based Internet to self-driving cars, Astro Teller and his team have produced some of the world's most ambitious technology products.
Huskey was a pioneering computer scientist who worked on early computing systems, and later helped universities around the world establish computer centers and computer science programs.
Fifty years ago, Peter Samson, one of the inventors of Spacewar, considered the world's first video game, began another craze underground.
At a community college in upstate New York, 12 cafeteria workers recently learned that they will lose their jobs—and be replaced by self-serve machines.
Coal miners find new lives as programmers.
Millennial workers, those ages 18 to 35, are just as likely to stick with their employers as their older counterparts in Generation X were when they were young adults, according to recently released U.S. Department of Labor data.
Ninety-five percent of engineers in India are not fit to take up software development jobs, and over two-thirds cannot even write code that compiles, a new survey says.
Let's take a breath: Robots and artificial intelligence systems are nowhere near displacing the human workforce.
When Matt Zeiler finished his PhD in machine learning from New York University in 2013, the tech giants came scrambling.
The Fourth Industrial Revolution has arrived.
Georg Gottlob been selected by the Awards Panel of BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT, as the 2017 winner of the Lovelace Medal.
Like many inventions, the internet was the work of countless hands. But perhaps no one deserves more credit for that world-changing technological leap than Robert W. Taylor, who died on Thursday at 85 at his home in Woodside, Calif.
Advances in technology pose huge challenges for jobs. Productivity levels have never been higher in the United States, for example, but income for the bottom 50% of earners has stagnated since 1999 (see 'Job shifts').
A new study from six organizations summarizes state-by-state surveys on U.S. computer science education policies for grades K-12. "There are simply not enough adequately trained people to fill the current need for . . . [computer science] professionals," the report says.