Microsoft has deleted a massive database of 10 million images which was being used to train facial recognition systems, the Financial Times reports.
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Researcher hopes showing at United Nations will spur further action to help the most disadvantaged artisans
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Administrations ease back on foreign fee splurge to avoid financial overexposure and to protect student experience
A district court judge tossed out free speech nonprofit Speech First's lawsuit against the University of Texas at Austin.
China's latest message to its people: The United States is evil -- don't go there
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Tom Siebel, whose fortune Forbes pegs at $2.9 billion, is announcing today that his company, C3.ai, will cover the total cost for employees to earn a master’s degree in computer science online.
Nearly 20 parents have pleaded not guilty, including “Full House” actress Lori Loughlin and fashion designer Mossimo Giannulli.
CodePath.org, a nonprofit boot camp, offers ready-made, industry-approved coding courses to colleges and trains students to teach them for credit.