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HONG KONG — When the United States Air Force wanted help making military robots more perceptive, it turned to a Boston-based artificial intelligence start-up called Neurala. But when Neurala needed money, it got little response from the American military.
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The president is channeling Don Corleone, by warning of payback if they oppose the health bill.
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A reader says hearings should not be held for the nominee of a president under a cloud of suspicion. Another suggests not fighting the nomination.
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At least four people are dead and 20 wounded after a vehicle struck pedestrians and fatally stabbed a police officer outside Parliament.
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A reader is not surprised because the doctors’ group has opposed previous efforts at health reform.
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Farm Sanctuary writes that “we can feed more people with fewer resources by eating plant foods.”
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A reader recalls a burglary in her Upper West Side apartment.
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It is no surprise that the Trump administration would cast the removal of Obama’s constraints on counterterrorism as lawful, a reader writes.
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The Metropolitan Police said it was treating the violence as “a terrorist incident” as the country’s seat of power was placed on lockdown.
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HONG KONG — In 2014, Baidu announced a hiring coup in the world of artificial intelligence: It had brought in the Stanford and Google alumnus Andrew Ng to lead a new research lab in Silicon Valley. Just under three years later, Mr.
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The White House press secretary took a local reporter’s question about a criminal investigation at Rockville High School in a suburb of Washington.
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President Trump is not fond of regulations. Within weeks of taking office, he and his appointees began to roll back rules that govern the financial industry, guns, the energy business and broadband internet providers. Last week was the auto industry’s turn. In a speech in Ypsilanti, Mich., Mr.
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Bad policy and a false narrative of inferiority are keeping black and Latino students out of some of the city’s best schools.
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Judge Gorsuch’s preferred theory of constitutional interpretation is self-undermining.
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Ultimately, some influential conservatives will surely decide they care about the health of the planet. Right?
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This gargantuan shrine to democracy has never felt so surreal.
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The host of CNN’s “Believer” on converting from and back to Islam and why watching TV is so important.
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The magazine’s Ethicist columnist on whether to preserve a historical artifact with a troubling history and whether scholarship funds should be only for the neediest.
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Joining up with the Great Loop, an intricate route that transforms half the United States into an island.
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