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An independent group set up to oversee Google's artificial intelligence efforts, has been shut down less than a fortnight after it was launched.
A New Jersey Turning Point USA chapter tried to advertise its "White Privilege Is A Myth" event through the political science department's listserv.
Report from Office for Students says ‘unrealistic’ targets on recruitment could expose an institution to ‘significant risk’
Its faculty and alumni have won 39 Nobel Prizes. Graduates include former Compaq Chairman Ben Rosen and Intel co-founder Gordon Moore, known for the law that computer processing speed doubles every two years.
UCSC is offering a course on the "potential impeachment" of President Trump this spring semester.
In 2019, more market players than ever — utilities, grid operators, energy companies, software developers — are inching closer to commercial blockchain applications in the energy sector.
An appointed federal panel reaches consensus to loosen restrictions on accreditors and online learning. Some of those not on the panel see student protections shrinking.
There’s bad news for users of Microsoft’s eBook store: the company is closing it down, and, with it, any books bought through the service will no longer be readable.
University leaders claim shift could water down standards, but applied sciences institutes think they are simply defending historic privileges