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Human or Machine: Can You Tell Who Wrote These Poems? (NPR)

Dartmouth’s Daniel Rockmore discusses Dartmouth’s “Turing test” for creativity.

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Behind Support for Brexit and Trump: Resentment (ABC News)

Dartmouth’s David Blanchflower says fans of both Brexit and Trump harbor economic resentment.

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Brexit’s Real Impact Would Be Gradual and Global (‘The Wall Street Journal’)

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Dartmouth’s Douglas Irwin weighs in on the benefits to society of global trade.

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A Tool to Delete Beheading Videos (‘The Atlantic’)

Dartmouth’s Hany Farid works to help online platforms keep extremist content off the internet.

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A Free Lunch for America (‘U.S. News & World Report’)

Dartmouth’s Charles Wheelan ’88  says both candidates should be embracing infrastructure investments.

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A Fight Over ‘Aliens’ (‘The New York Times’)

Students got the Library of Congress to drop use of “illegal aliens.” Others want the term retained.

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Light-Sensing System Tracks Human Behavior (Electronics 360)

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“Imagine a future where light knows and responds to what we do,” says Dartmouth’s Xia Zhou.

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Gregory Rabassa ’44, Renowned Translator (Associated Press)

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The alumnus is credited with helping introduce Latin-American literature to the English-speaking world.

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The Truth About Trade (‘Foreign Affairs’)

Dartmouth’s Douglas Irwin writes about what critics get wrong about the global economy.

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Do We Have a Public Space Crisis? (The Huffington Post)

Dartmouth’s Zenovia Toloudi says public spaces should welcome everyone and encourage dialogue.

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