The University of Texas-Austin is looking for the “perpetrators” behind an online incident, but its grounds for investigation may undermine its First Amendment obligations.
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A number of editorial boards at student newspapers across the country are calling for "lower standards" to grading because of the coronavirus.
Some colleges and universities have made the change permanent
Google is hoping to end low quality video calls by deploying artificial intelligence to "fill in" audio gaps caused by bad connections.
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