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Psalm 88: The Cry of the Depressed

Psalm 88 speaks to us when we are angry, despairing, and alone.
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AI in Humanities: Teaching Machines to Read and Interpret Classical Texts

How can AI relate to or benefit the humanities?
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SIM Country: AI for Policy Making

An innovative simulation project aims to predict the societal effects of common but turbulent changes.
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The Power of Narrative, Part III: Format Matters

The format of our information affects our understanding of truth.
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The Power of Narrative, Part II: Look Who’s Talking

In Part II of this series, we look at the source of information and why it matters.
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Practicing Digital Citizenship, Part III: From Consumers to Participants

Consumers use cyberspace for information and attention without returning, improving, or building anything.
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Practicing Digital Citizenship, Part II: Personal Data Has Financial Value

Your personal data is valuable; treat it as such!
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The Power of Narrative, Part I: Truth Is in the Eye of the Beholder

In Part I of this series, we explore how narrative has overtaken facts as our vehicle of truth.
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The Benefits of Being an Involved Father

Active, engaged fatherhood is not just beneficial for the children. It radically changes the father's life for the better.
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As Food Meets Tech

We can expect technology to make its way more and more into our food, whether for whimsy or sustainability.
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Finding Meaning in the Meaningless

Suicide leaves its mark on mourning loved ones forever.
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Robots of Walmart

Walmart has been experimenting with reassigning repetitive tasks to robots. What are the implications and opportunities?
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Lepers, Fat & Happy (or, Stooges in Graceland)

How does God feel about our weakness and need?
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