Phuvin Kongsawat used his training as an engineer to set up a company that delivers artificial intelligence-based solutions to test the quality of rice. Read more
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Four years after massive budget cuts, enrolment starts perking up, but with doubts that it can help the remote state recover a dire exodus of talent Read more
A total of 1,609 scientists, professors and other scholars have signed on to a new declaration that argues there is no climate change crisis. Read more
Calling numerous social science and humanities degree programs “indoctrination factories,” Mississippi’s auditor says the state should defund several college majors and invest in subjects that match the state’s workforce needs. Read more
Dusty samples from the "most dangerous known rock in the Solar System" have been brought to Earth. Read more
Adding to academia’s AI embrace, the University of Texas at San Antonio is offering a medical degree paired with a master’s in artificial intelligence. Read more
Arts and Humanities Research Council funding ‘has been some sort of oasis, but it too is now quickly drying up’ Read more
New laws come after weeks of protests sparked by a series of teacher suicides said to be linked to malicious complaints from parents Read more
Stanford University employs nearly the same number of administrators as undergrads enrolled at the school — even as the number of educators per student has decreased over the last decade, an analysis conducted by The College Fix found. Read more
US authors George RR Martin and John Grisham are suing ChatGPT-owner OpenAI over claims their copyright was infringed to train the system. Read more