Governor Tom Wolf and the Pennsylvania Department of Education (PDE) announced nearly $20 million in PAsmart Advancing Grants to expand access to computer science and science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education for learners across the commonwealth.

“Our historic investments in education throughout my administration are ensuring a better future for our children and a stronger Pennsylvania,”

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Quantum computing, which promises to significantly increase processing speeds, is still years away from full-scale commercial deployment, but some financial-services firms are turning to quantum-inspired technology for interim benefits.

Traditional computers store information as either zeros or ones. Quantum computers use quantum bits, or qubits, which represent and store information in a quantum state that is a complex mix of … Read More

The rise of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) has created a crisis in computing and a significant need for more hardware that is both energy-efficient and scalable. A key step in both AI and ML is making decisions based on incomplete data, the best approach for which is to output a probability for each possible answer. Current classical

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Macintosh computers—and the company that created them—changed the PC world.
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Since its founding in 1976, Apple has inspired tens of thousands of hardcore devotees who cherish their devices and anxiously await new products from the company, eager to get their hands on the latest technology. But few of these

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Briana Bettin is the recipient of Michigan Technological University’s 2022 Distinguished
Teaching Award in the
Teaching Professor/Professor of Practice/Assistant Professor category.

Briana Bettin is an assistant professor of both computer science and cognitive and learning sciences.
She received her master’s in human-computer interaction from Iowa State University
and her bachelor’s and Ph.D. in computer science from Michigan Tech. Her research

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On Monday, Germany-based polymer manufacturer Covestro announced a 5-year collaboration agreement with San Francisco-based quantum computing software developer QC Ware. Together, the companies will work to the develop quantum computing algorithms that can improve Covestro’s manufacturing processes and materials.

“We are

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More than 30 Syracuse University faculty and leaders and representatives from the U.S. Air Force Research Lab convened on campus on May 6 to ideate around future collaboration opportunities. These include combined research initiatives in quantum information science and quantum computing technology.

This latest meeting follows the March renewal of an Educational Partnership Agreement between the AFRL and Syracuse University

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