Zeke Rosenberg

Class of 2017


  • Memes outrun Jesus in Google search hits

    As the Apostles put the finishing touches on the writings they had been circulating in the first century, their breakout character Jesus Christ began to slowly rise to prominence. It was at that moment that the western world’s most popular meme was born. By the fourth century, the Roman Emperor Constantine became a Christian and the religion started to become a dominant force in European culture. ...

    Forum | October 31, 2016
  • Icebreakers break through Arctic ice

    As the Arctic ice begins to melt, the way humans interact with the Arctic is changing rapidly. Resources in the Arctic are more accessible and commercial cruises through the Arctic Circle are now possible. In response to the changing geography, President Obama recommended that Congress fund a fleet of icebreaker ships for the Coast Guard. The environmental and geopolitical impacts of such an under...

    SciTech | October 17, 2016
  • National Frontiers panelists discuss how artificial intelligence can affect policy

    On Thursday, before President Obama had arrived, the Frontiers conference began with several sessions explaining how artificial intelligence (AI) and data science affect various levels of policy. The local and national sessions, called tracks, took place on the second floor of the Cohon Center. The panels were a who’s who of academic and corporate giants in the field of AI such as Engineering Dire...

    News | October 17, 2016
  • The Wiggles

    From five thousand kids and more there rose a lusty yell;
    It rumbled through the river, it rattled in the dell;
    But the kids came downtown not to watch McCutchen hit the ball;
    For the Wiggles, mighty Wiggles, were advancing to the hall.

    Pillbox | October 3, 2016
  • Wearable technology takes over data, privacy, lives

    Wearable technology adds a level of convenience to life which people have never had before. Objects like Fitbits and smartwatches allow people to have all the computing power packed into smartphones and laptops without ever having to reach into their pockets. This advantage can even extend beyond wearables. Companies like John Dewere have smart tractors that collect data from a farmer’s daily act...

    SciTech | September 26, 2016

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