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Google's Neural Network Makes Art in its Dreams

When Google asked its neural network to dream, the machine begin to generating some pretty wild images. They may look odd, but it’s all part of …

Deep Learning

A roadmap for America’s transportation future

Department of Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx talks high-tech cars and infrastructure as a vehicle for equality<p>At the beginning of the Obama administration, it would have seemed fantastical to think the Department of Transportation (DOT), an agency popularly known for highways, would be …

Autonomous Cars

Scientists Just Accidentally Discovered a Process That Turns CO2 Directly Into Ethanol

Converting pollution into fuel.<p>If scientists can figure out how to convert atmospheric carbon dioxide into fuel - and do it at an industrial scale - …

U.S. Dept. of Energy

We’re designing schools of the future with tools of the past—and it’s hurting our education

The way we learn has changed dramatically over the past few decades—so it makes sense that the places where we learn should change dramatically as well. Continuing to create concrete boxes with fixed walls and rigid classroom spaces makes as much sense as investing in floppy disks.<p>It’s been a few …

Education Technology

Ancient Greeks 'may have inspired China's Terracotta Army'

Archaeologists say design of clay warriors suggests close contact between east and west 1,500 years before Marco Polo<p>Greek craft workers may have helped inspire the most famous Chinese sculptures ever made – the 8,000 warriors of the Terracotta Army who have been watching over the tomb of the first …

Archaeology

Planning to major in liberal arts? Be warned

Warning to college students and millennials still trying to recover from the recession: About 44.5 percent of recent college graduates are …