Drew Bennett

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America’s First Female Rocket Scientist Ran Away From Home to Become a Chemist

Today would have been Mary Morgan’s 95th birthday.<p>On what would have been her 95th birthday, let's remember Mary Morgan, the first female rocket scientist, who invented a new type of rocket fuel that put the first American satellite into orbit.<p>Morgan was born in North Dakota in 1921. A nerd from …

Cream Cheese

Facebook is testing video style transfer on Android and iOS using Caffe2go deep learning framework

In conjunction with the Web Summit conference in Lisbon today, Facebook is unveiling artificial intelligence (AI) software that it’s using in order to let users apply and switch artistic styles for live video streams on Android and iOS. After demonstrating the technology at a conference last month, …

10 Reasons Why Deep Learning is Living Up to the Hype

This column is by Oliver Cameron, VP – Engineering & Product, Udacity<p>Many have written about how deep learning is taking over the world and why that …

Machine Learning

Spelman College

BE A PART OF SOMETHING BIGGER<p>Are you ready to become a Spelman woman? Work with our admissions department, and we’ll guide you through the easy …

College & University

11 amazingly badass women in history

who run the world?<p>We're grateful to be constantly surrounded by powerful, inspirational women in the media—now more than ever. Feminism took over pop culture in 2014, and this year Reese Witherspoon and Emma Watson have brought the topic to the forefront of Hollywood's consciousness. But powerful …

What It Took These Four Women To Get Into Robotics

When it comes to gender ratio, engineering is one of the most highly imbalanced fields around. Not only are few women engineers working today, far fewer female college students are entering science and technology-related fields compared to their male colleagues.<p><b>See also:</b> <b>Why So Few Women Are</b> …

Race Meets Feminism at the New Blk Grrrl Book Fair in South L.A.

It's similar to the ideas that Fleming champions in her interview series. "I call it <i>The Blk Grrrl Show!</i>, but it's inclusive of everybody," she …

This Designer’s Beautiful Illustrations Celebrate Women Who Changed The World

It’s a statistic that’s impossible to ignore: Nearly half of the U.S. workforce is comprised of women, yet only 26% are in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) careers. What’s worse is the number of women who are actually in STEM careers is dropping due to a lack of promotions …

Six times Joe Biden aimed for the truth and caused a headache

Vice President Joe Biden is known for his off-the-cuff remarks, and sometimes, they get him into trouble.<p>The latest example came last week when Biden told an audience at Harvard that ISIS had been inadvertently strengthened by Turkey and the United Arab Emirates -- two U.S. allies. Because the two …

W.H. not considering Ebola travel ban - CNN Video

Some States Are Finally Making It Illegal To Sexually Harass Unpaid Interns

It's sort of crazy to think about, but because unpaid interns aren't technically employees, most US states allow them to be discriminated against, overworked, and sexually harassed all within the confines of the law.<p>As you might imagine, this lack of legal protection can manifest itself in ugly …

White House Makes A Point To Stay Out Front On Ebola

The stakes are higher than usual for the Obama administration, which has been relentlessly buffeted events it can't seem to take charge of.<p>Transcript<p>ROBERT SIEGEL, HOST:<p>The administration has been busy reassuring the public that the Ebola is nothing to panic about in the US. That's what any White …