The ethics behind rich people "philanthropy"

Andrew Carnegie gave away over $350 million in his lifetime. According to the Columbia University Libraries, he was the first extremely wealthy person...

Exclusive areas are inconvenient for undergraduates

Picture this: it's Sunday morning, you have an essay or problem set due Monday, and you're looking to finish it up. You go to the Tepper Quad,...

Vaccine hesitancy sparks outbreaks of measles

A developed country, through decades of scientific research, makes reliable vaccines for some of the most virulent diseases known to mankind. These vaccines...

The power of collective sharing shines over individual despair

Last week, I saw a tweet from CBS News correspondent David Begnaud listing several outstanding issues that Puerto Rico is facing today over a year after...

Pulwama: a victim of terrorism

This past Thursday, a suicide bomber targeted a convoy of Indian Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) soldiers, killing 45 men in the Pulwama district...

Fake porn creators abuse technologies

Last week, I wrote an article about video-retargeting research going on here at Carnegie Mellon. Generative Adversarial Networks (GAN) are machine learning...

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