If we want to bring coding skills to the masses, we may have to reinvent what programming is.
Sure, lithium-ion batteries have risks, but so do gasoline-powered cars.
A new cosmology successfully explains the accelerating expansion of the universe without dark energy; but only if the universe has no beginning and no end.
The process of making a famous problem in logic even harder reveals fascinating insights into the relationship between logic and language
Collaborative software development can be hugely successful or fail spectacularly. An analysis of the metadata associated with these projects is teasing apart the difference.
Robots already surround us, and they’re about to do much more than work on assembly lines and pick up dust bunnies.
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Many schools aren’t teaching typing anymore because they figure students already are proficient at using keyboards. That’s a wasted opportunity.
Entire GPS systems, including batteries and wireless transmitters for downloading data, are now no bigger than a coin.
… in much the same way as mainstream readers consume ordinary news, say computer scientists.