- Online Tool Helps International Students Calculate GPA
NEW YORK, November 4 /PRNewswire/-- International students now have an online tool that can quickly and accurately convert their non-US grades and calculate their grade point average (GPA) on a 4.0 scale, the WES iGPA Calculator. More and more, higher edu ...
Article - Anna Ohlden - Sep 25 2019 - 1:45pm
- Can Hauntings Be Verified By Science?
It may begin as a feeling of unease that overtakes you as you cautiously make your way inside a long-abandoned house. The air is thick; musty and stale. Yet somehow it is laced with the underlying scent of a burning fire… even though the cold crumbling ...
Article - Kimberly Crandell - Oct 8 2019 - 9:45pm
- Cancer And Vampires: An Evolutionary Tale
A new Internet tool that will allow any investigator, physician or patient to analyze genes according to their evolutionary profile and find associated genes. It combines genomics and informatics to enables the rapid, cost-free identification of genes resp ...
Article - News Staff - Oct 8 2019 - 10:14pm
- In Car Crash Scenarios, Self-Driving Cars Will Put The Many Ahead Of The Few
Self-driving cars are the future. Some day our grandchildren will look back on today and be baffled that we ever debated about whether or not to save hundreds of thousands of lives per year. Yet crashes will still happen, and there is a debate about how th ...
Article - News Staff - Oct 11 2019 - 9:13am
- Killer Robots, Mass Unemployment- No One Talks About How AI Systems Reinforce Cultural Bias
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is already re-configuring the world in conspicuous ways. Data drives our global digital ecosystem, and AI technologies reveal patterns in data. Smartphones, smart homes, and smart cities influence how we live and interact, and ...
Article - The Conversation - Oct 14 2019 - 2:08pm
- In India, Experts Call On Improved Agricultural Technology To Improve Quality Of Living
In India, farming is being held back by the efforts of activists like philosopher Vandana Shiva, Ph.D., who charge $40,000 per speech to tell Western audiences that more science in their country is bad. Experts argue just the opposite, it is instead activ ...
Article - News Staff - Oct 22 2019 - 9:29am
- It's November 2019- How Close Did We Get To Blade Runner?
It's November of 2019 which means that we have officially arrived at the opening of the science fiction cult classic "Blade Runner." Let's talk about what it got right. I was at a local theater showing of "Evil Dead: The Musical&qu ...
Article - Hank Campbell - Nov 1 2019 - 2:22pm
- Robots, Imagination, And Spirit
Last month in Korea a computer scientist struck up a conversation on the subway. He told me in fractured English that he wants to take a PhD in theology. When I meet a theologian I usually ask, “Theoretical, or experimental?” This guy wouldn’t have underst ...
Article - Fred Phillips - Nov 18 2019 - 7:10pm
- To YouTube Creators- Don't Panic If Your Videos Are Misclassified As Directed To Kids While They Work On COPPA Compliance
YouTube creators are panicking as YouTube classifies their videos as directed towards kids when they are not. It's a dumb algorithm. It would classify this as a comic book probably. A human would never classify this channel as for kids under 13: Vivz ...
Article - Robert Walker - Dec 1 2019 - 1:46pm
- Broadcast News At 100: How Radio Shaped The Modern World
Eighty-one years ago, a broadcast of Orson Welles’s War of the Worlds supposedly caused mass hysteria in America, as listeners thought Martians had invaded New Jersey. There are varying accounts of the controversial incident, and it remains a topic of fas ...
Article - The Conversation - Jan 6 2020 - 3:30pm