Children and adults in Sussex County are now getting hands-on cyber security awareness training at the Selbyville library thanks to Cyber Streets and the library itself. Continue reading Cyber Security Awareness Training for all Ages in Delaware
CMD-IT recently announced the recipient of The Richard A. Tapia Achievement Award for Scientific Scholarship, Civic Science and Diversifying Computing is Cristina Villalobos, the Myles and Sylvia Aaronson Professor in the School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences at the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley and Founding Director of the Center of Excellence in STEM Education. Continue reading Cmd-It Announces 2019 Richard A. Tapia Award Winner Cristina Villalobos
By Suzanne Weston
Until 1984, growth of women entering professions including physical sciences, law, medicine, and computer science was steady, but then something changed. After the introduction of personal computers, the percentage of women in computer science flattened and then plunged, even though the number of professional women kept rising. Continue reading Why Aren’t More Women in Computer Science?
Those visiting Orlando who love magic will not want to miss The Outta Control Magic Comedy Dinner Show at WonderWorks. The indoor amusement park is taking the long-running magic comedy show to a whole new level, by using technology to create more interaction with the audience. Continue reading WonderWorks Orlando Takes Magic Comedy Dinner Show to New Heights
Google is pleased to announce the addition of 6 new media literacy activities to the 2019 edition of Be Internet Awesome. Designed to help kids analyze and evaluate media as they navigate the Internet, the new lessons address educators’ growing interest in teaching media literacy. Continue reading Google announces literary activities to help kids evaluate and analyze media as they browse the Internet
Numbers, stats and creativity are all integral parts of choreography — but they’re vital for coding, too. That’s the idea behind danceLogic, a program in Philadelphia that integrates dance and computer programming for 13 to 17-year-old girls. Continue reading Tech with a twist: Innovative youth program combines coding and dance
When on the scene of a fire and other emergency situations, a firefighter’s work can be dangerous. When not in an emergency, firefighters remain on call at fire stations, where they sleep, eat, and perform other duties during shifts that often last 24 hours. Many firefighters work more than 40 hours per week. Continue reading Virtual Training Tackles Fires
For decades now, computers have been used to automate routine and tedious tasks. But what lay outside the ability of computers was to simulate the human intelligence and, even beyond that, artistic creativity. Continue reading Is AI the Next Great Art Movement?
By Joseph E. Guimera
While cyberattacks against large companies, such as Target, Home Depot and Experian, dominate the headlines, smaller companies also face computer liability risks. Most, if not all, businesses use email, text message or social media; provide products or services through a website; send or receive documents electronically; or store and use company, customer or employee data. Continue reading Why your business needs cyber liability insurance
Using the fossil and fossilized footprints of a 300 million-year-old animal, an interdisciplinary team that includes scientists from EPFL and Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin have developed a method for identifying the most likely gaits of extinct animals and designed a robot – OroBOT – that can recreate an extinct animal’s walk. Continue reading The Evolution of WALKING