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Moore's Law turns 50, but will it soon cease to exist?

In 1950, at a time when there were fewer than 10 digital computers worldwide, Bill Pfann, a 33-year-old scientist at Bell Laboratories in New Jersey, discovered a method that could be used to purify elements, such as germanium and silicon. He could ...
 Fortune4 hours ago

Scientists urge action on e-waste

Imported e-waste, including TVs, computers and monitors, that can't be sold at the Alaba Market in Lagos, Nigeria, is piled up in a nearby swamp. ((Basel Action Network)) Electronic waste is a growing problem in the U.S., and the country needs a ...
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Regulating app-based services harmful to start-ups: Vishal Mishra

New York-based Vishal Mishra, associate professor in the department of computer science at Columbia University, and a serial entrepreneur, has been one of the early voices in academic circles to raise questions about the issue of network neutrality ...
 Business Standard India1 hour ago
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We have to stay ahead of most advanced countries: Kris Gopalakrishnan

Kris has funded researches in the field of computational brain research at Indian Institute of Science in Bangalore and three chairs at IIT-Madras. The first chair was endowed earlier this year in the name of H N Mahabala, a retired professor of computer at ...
 Economic Times1 day ago Narayana Murthy distinguished chair in computational brain research launched  Hindu Business Line1 day ago Chair on Narayana Murthy Set up at IIT-Madras  Sify10 hours ago IIT-Madras gets chair in Infosys founder name  Deccan Chronicle18 hours ago
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Indian-Origin Scientist Develops First Self-Powered Camera

Computer scientist Shree K. Nayar from the Columbia University has invented the world's first fully self-powered video camera that can produce an image each second, indefinitely, of a well-lit indoor scene. Nayar designed a pixel that not only can measure ...
 Silicon India3 days ago In a well-lit environment, this self-powered camera can operate indefinitely  Business Insider1 day ago Scientists create self-powering camera (Reuters)  West Australian1 day ago This camera produces pictures, generates power from pixels  IBNLive India News1 day ago
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NY comptroller approves Medicaid contract for Xerox

The comptroller's office said its review found insufficient grounds in the protests by Computer Sciences Corp. and Hewlett-Packard to overturn the award. The current system is operated by Computer Sciences Corp., which declined to bid, saying the ...
 Investor's Business Daily1 day ago Xerox : wins $565 million Medicaid contract  4 Traders21 hours ago NY comptroller rejects protests against state award of Medicaid information contract to Xerox  FOXBusiness.com1 day ago

Can androids pray for digital salvation?

Can robots make good Christians? As computer science races ahead, at least one forward-looking Florida pastor sees a future for the faith in whatever passes for a soul in robots, androids, cyborgs and other forms of artificial intelligence. I'm ...
 Chicago Tribune1 day ago
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Computer science may not be for infosec pros

Business and liberal arts majors are starting to win information security jobs away from computer science graduates as the changing nature of the job requires softer skills - according to one of the world's largest trainers of infosec professionals.
 Tech Republic2 days ago Why studying computer science may not be the best choice for infosec professionals  Yahoo! India3 days ago Computer studies is not just about programming  India Today1 month ago

Admitted to arts, taking exams of science

Ever since the university started generating admit cards online, many students have complained of the computer screen displaying ‘records not found’, whenever they try to log onto the website for admit cards. According to officials, such cases belong to ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago BITSAT Admit cards released  India Today2 days ago
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