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Two-year-olds should learn to code, says computing pioneer
Early start would encourage women to become programmers and reduce gender stereotyping, argues Stephanie Shirley Children as young as two should be introduced to the basics of coding, according to one of Britain’s most eminent computing pioneers. Dame Stephanie Shirley, whose company was one of (...)
[The Guardian]

Very few girls took computing A-level
A-level computing is dominated by boys with only 9.8% of the total number taking the exam being girls.
[BBC]

Very few girls took computing A-level
A-level computing is dominated by boys with only 9.8% of the total number taking the exam being girls.
[BBC News]

An introduction to quantum computing, without the physics
This paper is a gentle but rigorous introduction to quantum computing intended for computer scientists. Starting from a small set of assumptions on the behavior of quantum computing devices, we analyze their main characteristics, stressing the differences with classical computers, and finally (...)
[OSNews]

Computing needs to welcome women back into the industry | Letters
Female programmers made up half the industry’s workforce in the beginning, says Peter Kay; while Dr Jill Miller says increasing diversity is about levelling the playing field. Plus Robert Lawrence and Susan Hutchinson on data and the state I have to agree with Angela Saini (In Silicon Valley, (...)
[The Guardian]

How the tech industry wrote women out of history
From the second world war to the 1960s, women were a critical part of the computing sector. Would tech culture today be less sexist if they hadn’t been sidelined? Susie the computer: sophisticated but cheap. Susie and her computer friend Sadie appeared in 1960s adverts to promote a now defunct (...)
[The Guardian]

Google announces London cloud computing data centre
The technology giant seeks to deliver a faster cloud computing service to European businesses,
[BBC News]

Google announces London cloud computing data centre
The technology giant seeks to deliver a faster cloud computing service to European businesses,
[BBC]

Microsoft to cut 'thousands' of jobs
The firm is focusing on its cloud computing division, which has shown strong growth in recent months.
[BBC News]

Microsoft to cut 'thousands' of jobs
The firm is focusing on its cloud computing division, which has shown strong growth in recent months.
[BBC]

Enabling more stable and scalable quantum computing
Researchers have discovered a new topological material which may enable fault-tolerant quantum computing.
[Science daily]

More precise diagnostics for improved cancer outcomes
In the future, it may be possible to diagnose cancer much earlier using improved detection systems. Computing resources are helping researchers explore improved breast tissue mapping, nanopore and lab-on-a-chip biosensors, and cell-entering cancer detectors. Advanced computing is critical for (...)
[Science daily]

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