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It is time to tackle the racist and gender unfairness by the technologies of injustice. The Algorithmic Justice League's new Safe Place Pledge launched today is an actionable measure to prohibit lethal uses of technology, prohibit lawless police use, and requires transparency for any government use
Not long ago, automotive companies knew exactly who they had to hire to stay ahead of the competition. This list included the best engineers, marketers and financial experts. Today, they also need cardiologists, neuroscientists and psychologists as the car industry transforms into a provider of mobility services.
As government agencies look to capitalize on software-defined networks, hybrid IT environments and agile development to modernize their enterprise systems, automation and orchestration play a pivotal role, according to an IT expert in a new podcast. IT leaders face mounting technical debt if they continue to patch legacy systems and fail to take steps to [?]
Java has not just reached its 23rd birthday. It's been one of the top two programming languages for the past ten years and then some. Why and how has it stood the test of time? Good design and continuous innovation have a lot to do with it.
Westbrook Middle School (WMS) celebrated all things computing last week with a school-wide Hour of Code, part a global endeavor to get kids to try coding for one hour. The event took place Dec. 5 during Computer Science Education Week.