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Jonathan Skinner on Health Care Costs, Technology, and Rising Mortality

Technology and innovation usually mean higher quality and lower prices. Is health care different? Jonathan Skinner of Dartmouth College talks with EconTalk host Russ Roberts about how technology and innovation affect the cost and efficacy of health care. Show More Summary

Future Tense Newsletter: Genius Ex Machina?

Greetings, Future Tensers, There are plenty of reasons to be both fascinated by and skeptical of A.I.-generated “creative” works. This week, Dartmouth College’s Dan Rockmore and Allen Riddell further affirmed that ambivalence with their article on a competition they ran for software-authored artworks. Show More Summary

Are We In The Midst Of A Public Space Crisis?

By Zenovia Toloudi, Dartmouth College Public space that encourages dialogue and welcomes everyone - regardless of age, wealth, race, religion or sexual orientation - is a core aspect of democracy. As artist and social activist Krzysztof...Show More Summary

Dartmouth team makes breakthrough toward fish-free aquaculture feed

HANOVER, N.H. - Dartmouth College scientists have discovered that marine microalgae can completely replace the wild fish oil currently used to feed tilapia, the second most farmed fish in the world and the most widely farmed in the United States. read more

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Dartmouth College Releases Historic Fossil Fuel Divestment Recommendation

Dartmouth College, one of the big US Ivy League schools, has released a historic report recommending fossil fuel divestment. In March of 2014, community grassroots movement Divest Dartmouth presented College President Phil Hanlon with a signed petition formally requesting that Dartmouth divest from its fossil fuel holdings. Show More Summary

Dartmouth team creates new method to control quantum systems

HANOVER, N.H. - Dartmouth College researchers have discovered a method to design faster pulses, offering a new way to accurately control quantum systems. The findings appear in the journal Physical Review A. A PDF is available on request. read more


“‘PATERNALISTIC BABYSITTERS’ BEGONE! DARTMOUTH STUDENTS CALL FOR INTELLECTUAL INDEPENDENCE” – A petition from five student government leaders at Dartmouth College calls for students to have “true freedom to speak their minds.”

Computer poem: A floor by any other name would still be ...

HANOVER, N.H. (AP) — In a Dartmouth College computer vs. humans contest, specifically how computers compared with people in writing poetry, scientists designed artificial intelligence algorithms to generate Shakespearean sonnets, ofShow More Summary

Library of Congress Drops Illegal Alien Subject Heading, Provokes Backlash Legislation

Thanks to the joint efforts of a student group and university librarians at Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH, with a push from the American Library Association (ALA), the Library of Congress (LC) announced on March 22 that it would remove...Show More Summary

Dartmouth contest shows computers aren't such good poets

Scientists in a Dartmouth College competition reached that conclusion after designing artificial intelligence algorithms that could produce sonnets. The competition was a variation of the "Turing Test," named for British computer scientist Alan Turing, who in 1950 proposed an experiment to determine if a computer could have humanlike intelligence.

Display Honoring Fallen Cops for National Police Week is Torn Down By Mocking BlackLivesMatter Thugs

Black Lives Matter activists continue to prove that they’re completely hate-filled and intolerant. When a display honoring fallen police officers was erected at Dartmouth College, they tore it down. Since

Dartmouth College Blue Lives Matter Display Vandalized With Black Lives Matter Posters

A Dartmouth College Blue Lives Matter display was vandalized when unidentified students hung Black Lives Matter posters over the bulletin board created to honor National Police Week. The campus Republicans group was given permissionShow More Summary

Black Lives Matter Activists Vandalize A National Police Week Display Honoring Cops

Black Lives Matter activists at Dartmouth College tore down a National Police Week display yesterday, vandalizing a memorial to cops killed during service that was put up by another student group, College Republicans. The Black Lives...Show More Summary

Reading On Your Screen May Impair The Way You Think

2 months agoNews : Huffington Post

If you're looking for an excuse to take a small digital sabbatical, science is here to offer you a pretty good one: Your devices may be changing the way you think, according to a new study. Researchers from Dartmouth College found that...Show More Summary

Mercury in fish affected by both prey type and quality, Dartmouth study finds

HANOVER, N.H. - Whether fish hunt nearshore or in the open water and what prey they eat affect the amount of mercury that accumulates in them, a Dartmouth College study shows. The results are published in the journal Science of The Total Environment. A PDF is available on request. read more

Dartmouth researcher, collaborators announce new way to explore mathematical universe

HANOVER, N.H. - An international group of mathematicians at Dartmouth College and other institutions have released a new online resource that provides detailed maps of previously uncharted mathematical terrain. Images and an animated graphic are available at read more

Looking for Art in Artificial Intelligence

Michael Casey, Dartmouth College and Daniel N. Rockmore, Dartmouth College Algorithms help us to choose which films to watch, which music to stream and which literature to read. But what if algorithms went beyond their jobs as mediators...Show More Summary

A new type of Turing Test: Two researchers explain their search for the art in artificial intelligence

3 months agoNews : The Raw Story

Looking for art in artificial intelligence Michael Casey, Dartmouth College and Daniel N. Rockmore, Dartmouth College Algorithms help us to choose which films to watch, which music to stream and which literature to read. But what if algorithms went beyond their jobs as mediators of human culture...

A cell senses its own curves: New research from the MBL Whitman Center

WOODS HOLE, Mass. -- Can a cell sense its own shape? Working in the Marine Biological Laboratory's Whitman Center, scientists from Dartmouth College developed an ingenious experiment to ask this question. Their conclusion - Yes - is detailed in a recent paper in the Journal of Cell Biology. read more

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