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Danielle Allen, PhD '01, and fellow Harvard faculty Stephen Sachs and Steven Levitsky on how a "big, heterogeneous, diverse country" can avoid coming apart.
Tufts University Professor James Intriligator, PhD ’97, a human factors engineer, says that ChatGPT is not a search engine, although many of us use it that way. It's more like a glider that takes us through different domains of knowledge. And he's got step-by-step advice for charting a flight path to better answers.
New research from Yale Professor Kevin DeLuca, PhD '23, and colleagues proposes a new method of electoral redistricting that delivers fairer results and requires neither cooperation between members of the two major parties nor an independent arbiter to resolve disputes.
UC Berkeley Professor Gašper Beguš, PhD '18, is developing techniques to understand how AI learns. To test his approach, he's trying to decipher the language of sperm whales.