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Applied sciences and engineering/Technology/Information technology

Fears that advances in artificial intelligence, machine learning and robots will gut the labor force are overblown, according to the leader of a science and technology policy think tank.
Learn what it's like to work in science with our series of interviews with STEM professionals.
In a recent poll, nearly nine of 10 American workers believed curious people are more likely to bring new ideas to the workplace – but only 12% reported that their employers are “extremely encouraging” of curiosity.
The marketplace for mobile health or “mHealth” technologies is heating up, but will it lead to meaningful medical care?