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Should world leaders’ grades be public property?

The definition of intelligence is complicated. Cambridge Dictionary defines it as 'the ability to learn, understand, and make judgments or have opinions that are based on reason', though, in psychology, when measured by IQ tests, it refers to the ability ...

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Birmingham’s ARC vetoes: the sector reacts

The university sector has taken umbrage with the decision by former Education Minister Simon Birmingham to block 11 applications for Australian Research Council (ARC) funding. ARC confirmed in Senate Estimates that the project applications, all from the humanities and social sciences ...

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Who decides who dies in driverless car accidents?

At least 11 auto manufacturers, including Toyota, Audi and Tesla, are putting driverless car plans in motion. With soon-to-be robot drivers comes the need to program ethics in them. Think, a situation like the trolley dilemma, where a driver must choose ...

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