Aviram Yaacov (R), computer systems coordinator at Ben Gurion University's security department, uses BriefCam's video synopsis programme at the university in the southern city of Beersheba January 16, 2011. As the world becomes increasingly saturated with closed circuit television (CCTV) cameras, security experts say offenders can easily slip away simply because no one had the time to find the incriminating footage. Israeli company BriefCam hopes to change that with a new computer programme, called video synopsis, that automatically analyzes surveillance video and picks out the relevant act from countless hours of video. REUTERS/Amir Cohen
The Importance of the Science and Engineering Workforce for Future Growth
April 23, 2014,
Hillary Schaub highlights the Congressional Research Service (CRS) report, “The U.S. Science and Engineering Workforce: Recent, Current, and Projected Employment, Wages, and Unemployment,” which offers statistics that illustrate the state of the S&E workforce. The CRS uses key indicators like employment growth, wage growth, and unemployment rates to gauge workforce shortages.