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Q&A: Dolapo Adedokun on computer technology, Ireland, and all that jazz

Adedolapo Adedokun has a lot to look forward to in 2023. After completing his degree in electrical engineering and computer science next spring, he will travel to Ireland to undertake […]




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Education startup MindX raises $3.3M to prepare Vietnamese students for tech careers

Coding education platform co-founders Tung Nguyen and Ha Nguyen Vietnam’s digital economy is one of the fastest growing in the world, but the country is facing a growing shortage of […]




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At the crossroads of language, technology, and empathy

Rujul Gandhi’s love of reading blossomed into a love of language at age 6, when she discovered a book at a garage sale called “What’s Behind the Word?” With forays […]




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Making self-driving cars safer through keener robot perception

Aviation became a reality in the early 20th century, but it took 20 years before the proper safety precautions enabled widespread adoption of air travel. Today, the future of fully […]







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Jordan Harrod: Brain researcher and AI-focused YouTuber

Scientist, writer, policy advocate, YouTuber – before Jordan Harrod established her many successful career identities, her first role was as a student athlete. While she enjoyed competing in everything from […]




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3 Questions: David Kaiser and Julie Shah on social and ethical responsibilities of computing

David Kaiser and Julie Shah are on a mission to prepare students and facilitate research to address the broad challenges and opportunities associated with computing. As associate deans of Social […]




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Indonesian edtech startup Gredu raises $4M Series A to keep teachers, parents and students engaged with one another

Many teachers and parents in Indonesia rely on WhatsApp to keep in touch, creating “multiple groups that often become messy and highly ineffective, and result in confusion or lost threads,” […]