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Series Spotlight

Tech Leaders Explore “Promises and Perils of Technology”

July 21, 2022

Technology is evolving and being implemented at lightning speed. Cryptocurrency, renewed plans for space travel, increased focus on STEM, and other related topics have spiked in news coverage. A new Wondrium series gets info from tech leaders. […]

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Does an Effective Government Need Secrecy?

October 16, 2021

The people who have leaked information on the American government are seen either as traitors or heroes. This reveals a large gap in how people think the government should work. […]

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The Pros and Cons of Autonomous Learning Machines

October 16, 2021

Not all autonomous machines can learn by definition. To learn is to be able to draw on past experiences to deal with unexpected situations. Such capabilities are still limited but growing in the robotic world. […]

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Quantum Computers Are the Future

October 16, 2021

The silicon chip installed in basically every machine we use is based on a binary code of 1s and 0s. But now that the tables are turning, it seems there might be a bright light in the future of machine learning. […]

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Right to Be Forgotten: The European Idea of Privacy

September 30, 2021

In European countries, people are allowed to delete links about them from Google. But, apparently, the idea is not to erase the data. Because if that were the case, people could also ask newspapers to delete their old information. […]

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