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Each select group of four students were provided with a drone, a battery, a digital tablet, and additional instruments needed for the fulfillment of the activity.

Computer Science Principles classes fly drones to model real world programming applications

Zenil Koovejee, AVT World News & Politics Page Editor May 26, 2023

This past week, the Computer Science Principles class on campus engaged in various activities with drones and digital tablets, witnessing their programming come to life in an interactive, fun, and collaborative...

Turnitin.coms new AI detector for student essays has been praised for its remarkable accuracy in identifying AI-generated content.

Turnitin.com introduces AI detector: How is AI transforming the classroom and what is being done about it?

Jackie Pecavar, Staff Writer April 29, 2023

As artificial intelligence technology (AI) continues to evolve and proliferate, an increasing number of students are resorting to utilizing such resources to plagiarize essays, complete their homework...

Urban centers in the Bay Area, like San Francisco, have been heavily impacted by the mass layoffs in the tech industry.

Beyond the world of tech: exploring alternative career paths for students

Preston Elliott, Staff Writer February 28, 2023

The Bay Area is renowned for its burgeoning technology industry. As such, many students plan on working in the field, hoping to take advantage of how lucrative the sector is. As technology has recently...

Despite the recent tech industry layoffs, computer science students on campus continue to utilize software tools like Replit to enhance their coding abilities.

The tech industry’s workforce shake-up: understanding mass layoffs

Case Bahl, Staff Writer February 28, 2023

Throughout the end of 2022 and going into 2023, tech giants like Amazon and Google have resorted to mass layoffs and reduced hiring, leaving many without jobs. While most industries struggled through...

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