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  • Undergraduates develop next-generation intelligence tools - Kim Martineau (9516 bytes) (2020-07-09)
  • Why are scientists so excited about a recently claimed quantum computing milesto - Academic rigor (5687 bytes) (2020-06-24)
  • Undergraduates develop next-generation intelligence tools - Kim Martineau (9516 bytes) (2020-06-10)
  • Photorealistic simulator made MIT robot racing competition a live online experie - Ashley Belanger (9205 bytes) (2020-06-10)
  • New AI enables teachers to rapidly develop intelligent tutoring systems - Carnegie Mellon University (4422 bytes) (2020-05-04)
  • Computational thinking class enables students to engage in Covid-19 response - Sandi Miller (4535 bytes) (2020-04-22)
  • Bringing deep learning to life - Kim Martineau (6904 bytes) (2020-04-13)
  • Computational thinking class enables students to engage in Covid-19 response - Sandi Miller (4535 bytes) (2020-04-13)
  • 3 Questions: Joe Steinmeyer on guiding students into the world of STEM - Dora P. Gonzalez (6830 bytes) (2020-03-18)
  • The Four Desires Driving All Human Behavior - Brain Pickings (9727 bytes) (2020-03-09)
  • Why Teenagers Reject Parents’ Solutions to Their Problems - Lisa Damour (6347 bytes) (2020-02-21)
  • Bringing artificial intelligence into the classroom, research lab, and beyond - Kim Martineau (12419 bytes) (2020-02-14)
  • When Kids Have to Act Like Parents, It Affects Them for Life - Cindy Lamothe (16773 bytes) (2020-02-08)
  • Do Civilisations Collapse? - Guy D Middleton (27383 bytes) (2020-02-08)
  • Three Powerful Time Management Techniques and How to Put Them to Work - Mark Quadros (6536 bytes) (2020-02-08)
  • Trash talk hurts, even when it comes from a robot - Carnegie Mellon University (4188 bytes) (2019-11-25)
  • Why Most of America Is Terrible at Making Biscuits - Amanda Mull (7292 bytes) (2019-11-05)
  • Choose your own adventure - University of Waterloo (2255 bytes) (2019-10-13)
  • How an AI trained to read scientific papers could predict future discoveries - Marcello Trovati (5625 bytes) (2019-10-10)
  • The Four Desires Driving All Human Behavior - Brain Pickings / Maria Popova (9727 bytes) (2019-10-10)
  • Using math to blend musical notes seamlessly - Rob Matheson (6372 bytes) (2019-10-08)
  • Choose your own adventure - University of Waterloo (2255 bytes) (2019-09-29)
  • Can machine learning reveal geology humans canp~pt see? - Geological Society of America (4339 bytes) (2019-09-23)
  • The promise of the “learn to code” movement - Nesa (6649 bytes) (2019-07-08)
  • Want to learn how to train an artificial intelligence model? Ask a friend - Kim Martineau (8110 bytes) (2019-07-01)
  • Purdue announces new computer science department head - Susan (2575 bytes) (2019-06-19)
  • Developing artificial intelligence tools for all - Kim Martineau (10559 bytes) (2019-06-03)
  • Tempted to cheat on a written exam? - University of Copenhagen (5197 bytes) (2019-06-03)
  • Screen time plus snacking a risk for metabolic disorder in teens - The Endocrine Society (2651 bytes) (2019-03-25)
  • Exercises in amazement: Discovering deep learning - Gretchen Ertl (6288 bytes) (2019-03-18)
  • Multitasking increases in online courses compared to face-to-face - Kent State University (4882 bytes) (2019-03-03)
  • Scaling up search for analogies could be key to innovation - Carnegie Mellon University (5531 bytes) (2019-02-12)
  • Computers can be a real pain in the neck - San Francisco State University (2623 bytes) (2019-01-08)
  • How a personality trait puts you at risk for cybercrime - Michigan State University (3632 bytes) (2018-12-23)
  • Herep~ps The One Thing That Makes Artificial Intelligence So Creepy For Most Peo - Lauren deLisa Coleman (9658 bytes) (2018-12-11)
  • Mountain splendor? Scientists know where your eyes will look - Yale University (1881 bytes) (2018-12-05)
  • Is Artificial Intelligence a threat to future? - HARISH DIDO (3397 bytes) (2018-11-29)
  • Thinking big about artificial intelligence - Courtney Law (3347 bytes) (2018-11-29)
  • Computer science programs need to teach the law - Jason Tashea (6369 bytes) (2018-11-21)
  • University signs up for deeper ties with China - Kirsty Needham (4142 bytes) (2018-11-21)
  • In What Ways Could Artificial Intelligence Be Leveraged To Cause Harm? - Quora Contributor (4356 bytes) (2018-10-26)

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