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Rebels with a Cause
07/13/2020
As Dr. Henry Powell notes in “Irish Women of Resilience,” until the late 20th century the history of Ireland is a sad one. The Emerald Isle had the great misfortune of proximity to an aggressively expansionist, colonialist power that went on to dominate ad exploit the Irish people for nearly 700 years. That period was … Continue reading "Rebels with a Cause"
The Red Tide of 2020
07/07/2020
With a confluence of unusual ocean conditions during the early spring of 2020, glowing blue waves wowed the world during Southern California’s recent history-making red tide event. But waves were only the stimulus and conveyance for what was really glowing in the ocean. Join Scripps Institution of Oceanography bioluminescence expert Mike Latz and dive into … Continue reading "The Red Tide of 2020"
Snakes of Knowledge
07/02/2020
Los Angeles-based artist Alexis Smith has a long and fruitful association with UC San Diego’s Stuart Collection. Her Snake Path installation outside the University’s Geisel Library, completed in 1992, has become iconic in the campus landscape. Smith’s monumental mural Same Old Paradise marks a welcome return to the Collection. The mural is a collage that … Continue reading "Snakes of Knowledge"
AI and the Brain
06/25/2020
Artificial intelligence, or AI, is no longer the domain of science fiction. It has become a major part of our daily lives. Ever ask Alexa to play you a song? Booked a trip online? Received customer service through chat? AI powers those interactions and is now being integrated into biological challenges. Terry Sejnowski, Professor and … Continue reading "AI and the Brain"
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