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Interchange – We, Robots: Curtis White on the Delusional Tales of Technologists

We, Robots

We’re told intelligent machines and big data will free us from work, educate our children, transform our environment, and even make religion more user-friendly. At least that’s the story we’re told by pundits, journalists and economists: Stop Worrying and Learn to Love Your Robot! Curtis White, author of We, Robots, joins us to share his skeptical view of the voices …

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Daily Local News – November 30, 2015

Indiana University is hosting a forum tomorrow night to discuss what can be learned from the recent HIV outbreak in southeastern Indiana; Bloomington’s annual Krampus Night is schedule for this Saturday; The Richland Bean Blossom Community School Corporation has asked for help paying for its proposed STEM program. The Monroe County Council has added a line to the 2016 Salary …

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Google Contributes $150,000 to I.U. for STEM Research

Google has contributing $150,000 to a study by two Indiana University researchers who want to understand the connection between early childhood experiences and interest in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics or STEM. Adam Maltese and Kylie Peppler, associate professors at IU’s school of education, will study how putting things together and taking them apart can promote a …

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IU Ranks 11th Nationwide For Female Enrollment in STEM Programs

Indiana University now ranks eleventh in the United States for female enrollment in science, technology, and math programs, according to The College Database. IU also places second among Big Ten universities for women enrolled in the so-called hard sciences, or STEM programs. The Bloomington campus has 90 STEM programs, with 1,288  women enrolled, or 51 percent of the total enrollment …

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