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A college student aims to save us from a chatbot before it changes writing forever

Friday, January 20, 2023

Edward Tian, 22, used his winter break to create an app that helps teachers detect AI-generated essays. It comes at a time when schools are growing more concerned about the use of this technology.


This 22-year-old is trying to save us from ChatGPT before it changes writing forever

Tuesday, January 17, 2023

A college kid's mission to prevent misuse of artificial intelligence.


Behind the unusually high sale price of D.C.'s women's soccer team

Wednesday, April 06, 2022

The Washington Spirit, D.C.'s national women's soccer team, just sold for a record amount after a months-long ownership battle. It's a story of how sports teams are not a typical business investment.


Schools That Cut Women's Sports Teams During The Pandemic Face Lawsuits Over Equality

Thursday, June 10, 2021

Several schools have cut women's sports teams during the pandemic, and some of the teams have lawyered up in response. Ultimately, these lawsuits ask the question: how do we measure equality?


Massachusetts Pioneers Rules For Police Use Of Facial Recognition Tech

Friday, May 07, 2021

Massachusetts is implementing its first state-wide rules for police using controversial facial recognition systems. But not all privacy advocates agree that regulation is the right step.


Results From The City That Just Gave Away Cash

Tuesday, March 09, 2021

A new study looks at the experiment with a guaranteed basic income in Stockton, California.


One Thing Millennials Aren't Killing? Public Transportation

Friday, February 05, 2021

Urban living, concern for the environment and a lack of romanticism about cars are some of the reasons why many are trying to save it.


One Thing Millennials Aren't Killing? Public Transportation

Tuesday, February 02, 2021

Urban living, concern for the environment and a lack of romanticism about cars are some of the reasons why so many of them and their younger counterparts in Gen Z care about busses and subways.


Atlanta Dream, Co-Owned By Former Sen. Kelly Loeffler, Is Close To Being Sold

Thursday, January 21, 2021

Ever since Loeffler denounced WNBA support for Black Lives Matter, players have wanted the league to force her to sell the team.


Longtime Anti-Nuclear Activists Face Prison, Again, After Breaking Into Naval Base

Monday, December 28, 2020

In the midst of a pandemic that's wreaking havoc on prisons and disproportionately affects older people, activists known as the Kings Bay Plowshares have been sentenced to up to 33 months in prison.


Holiday On Wheels: Latino Church Gets Creative Honoring Patron Saint Despite Pandemic

Sunday, December 13, 2020

The Rev. Julio Martinez put a portrait of Our Lady of Guadalupe on the back of a pickup truck and celebrated the festival in the front yards of church members.


Small Turkeys Are In Demand As Americans Downsize At Thanksgiving

Saturday, November 21, 2020

As families across the U.S. scale back on how they traditionally celebrate the holiday, it's been a challenge for turkey producers as they figure out how to adapt to the changing market.


'Don't Game Our System': How The Race To Georgia Senate Runoff Is Heating Up

Friday, November 20, 2020

Ahead of the Jan. 5 election, voters across the state are being bombarded by messages from activists and politicians alike to cast their vote to help determine which party controls the U.S. Senate.


Lawsuits Filed After Police Use Pepper Spray At North Carolina March To The Polls

Tuesday, November 03, 2020

Two lawsuits prepared by civil rights groups on behalf of marchers in last weekend's rally in Alamance County allege voter intimidation by law enforcement.


Federal Executions To Follow States' 1-Drug Protocol

Monday, August 19, 2019

The federal government is switching to a single execution drug rather than a three-drug protocol. Officials have had a difficult time acquiring the drugs and are now following what several states do.