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Dozens of Kipp East Community Primary School students with their parents in New Orleans take part in artificial intelligence training. (Photo courtesy of Kipp East Community Primary School)

Demystifying artificial intelligence, one elementary school at a time

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One of the problems in demystifying artificial intelligence is that once an AI-based product reaches the public, "we stop calling it AI," said the founder of the science education nonprofit Iridescent. Instead, she went on, "we call it GPS." This is true. And it's a significant truth because it means the world of AI stays mired in the average person's mind as something of a science fiction-type character -- a Terminator programmed to kill, a Matrix hero designed to liberate, a Star Wars robot set to serve.

Illustration on the challenge for Trump posed by North Korea by Nancy Ohanian/Tribune Content Agency

Making the best of a bad nuclear hand

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That so many of the nation's leading Democrats believe President Trump poses a greater threat to world peace than the mad dog leader of a nuclearized North Korea says more about them than either the president or Kim Jong-un.

Illustration on Caitlin Jenner's hat crime    The Washington Times

Caitlyn Jenner commits a hat crime

The Washington Times

Imagine this: Someone goes through massive body-altering, gender-changing surgery, changes her life and risks the rejection of her family, all in order to be her genuine self.

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