When it comes to making machines to perform tasks that humans have done for years, the United States, China and India are far ahead of anyone else
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In a surprise move, workers at the University of Texas at Austin removed multiple Confederate statues from a prominent grass mall on campus late Sunday night.
Duke’s president decided to take down Robert E. Lee statue after less than two months on the job.
When Ruth Simmons became president of Brown University in 2001, one of her first initiatives was to tackle the institution’s slave history, which she said had “simply been erased”.
Cambridge University Press has reversed a decision to censor hundreds of articles at the request of the Chinese government after a backlash from academics and activists.
Cambridge University scientists believe they have solved the puzzle of where the so-called 'Frankenstein' dinosaur, the Chilesaurus, fits in the dinosaur family tree.
More than 100 leading robotics experts are urging the United Nations to take action in order to prevent the development of "killer robots".
One of my favorite things is to sit on a rock and listen to the sounds of a forest, knowing that someone else might do the same thing in the same place 100 years from now.
Vast quantities of methane hydrates — frozen deposits of natural gas found on the sea floor — exist worldwide.
New paper illustrates the brutal and sexist comments faced by women in economics, and likely other fields as well.