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    A new wave of super athletes may soon be joining our favorite teams. Empowered by a technique called gene doping, athletes can alter their genes to improve their athletic abilities. Obvious challenges, both scientific and social, continue to surface as gene doping emerges as an option for athletes.

    Today, gene editing technologies, CRISPR and…[Read more]

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    In an extremely controversial case, Wisconsin v. Loomis, a machine learning algorithm was used to assist a sentencing decision. This case has triggered an impassioned debate in the legal community regarding the proper use, if any, of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning in the justice system. In response to this case and advances in…[Read more]

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    Advances in artificial intelligence are triggering discussions about our future and potential consequences, both good and bad. World leaders are engaging in the conversation as well. Wired Editor-in-Chief, Scott Dadich, and MIT Media Lab Director, Joi Ito, conducted an interview with President Obama on artificial intelligence and society.

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    You can already find self-driving cars roaming our roadways as companies are honing the technology behind our next evolution in transportation. The likes of Google, Uber, Tesla, and traditional manufacturers, GM, Toyota and others, are racing to market with their own models of autonomous vehicles.

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    Advances in artificial intelligence are triggering discussions about our future and potential consequences, both good and bad. World leaders are engaging in the conversation as well. Wired Editor-in-Chief, Scott Dadich, and MIT Media Lab Director, Joi Ito, conducted an interview with President Obama on artificial intelligence and society.

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    Advances in artificial intelligence are triggering discussions about our future and potential consequences, both good and bad. World leaders are engaging in the conversation as well. Wired Editor-in-Chief, Scott Dadich, and MIT Media Lab Director, Joi Ito, conducted an interview with President Obama on artificial intelligence and society.

    In…[Read more]

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    Advances in artificial intelligence are triggering discussions about our future and potential consequences, both good and bad. World leaders are engaging in the conversation as well. Wired Editor-in-Chief, Scott Dadich, and MIT Media Lab Director, Joi Ito, conducted an interview with President Obama on artificial intelligence and society.

    In…[Read more]

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    You can already find self-driving cars roaming our roadways as companies are honing the technology behind our next evolution in transportation. The likes of Google, Uber, Tesla, and traditional manufacturers, GM, Toyota and others, are racing to market with their own models of autonomous vehicles.

    In the development of these technologies,…[Read more]