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New frontiers: A clever CMU program scouts out the latest in artificial intelligence

Carnegie Mellon University has hit on an interesting strategy for predicting which industries are most likely to be affected by artificial intelligence in coming years — knowledge that has the potential to affect government policy, ...

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St. Francis University releases comprehensive review on energy development

St. Francis University’s Institute for Energy has finished a comprehensive review on energy development on Pennsylvania’s public lands. 

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No one moves quite like Bill Shannon

Bill Shannon’s artistry can vary movement to movement, even moment to moment. He glides, he skates, he dances. He choreographs and performs for theater and on the street. He breaks boundaries with video installations...

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Post-Gazette Editorial Board Criticized Over 'Reason As Racism' Argument

Two local foundations say the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette’s editorial board is on the "wrong side of history" because of a piece it published Monday...

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Public response, co-signed by The Pittsburgh Foundation and The Heinz Endowments, to a Pittsburgh Post-Gazette editorial, “Reason as Racism,” on Martin Luther King Day.

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Innovators honored by Pittsburgh Filmmakers/ Pittsburgh Center for the Arts

Jo-Anne Bates found a purpose for junk mail. She incorporates unwanted form letters, useless advertisements and uninviting fliers into her artwork. "I don't really like to get junk mail," says Bates. "But when I do ...

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