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Monthly Archive for November, 2017

Self-Driving Cars

Self-driving cars are rapidly becoming a reality. Not too long ago these vehicles were considered part of a utopian future to hopefully be achieved sometime within the century. Now they will inevitably be a part of our generation and we will be responsible for integrating them with our society. Companies from auto manufacturers to ride-sharing […]

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Artificial Intelligence

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a subfield of computer science that focuses on computers being able to perform human functions that require acting intelligently. It doesn’t mean creating computers that can pass as humans, but more being able to evaluate a situation and use its knowledge to perform the appropriate action. It is difficult to define […]

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Trolling is the act of incessantly and often anonymously harassing users of the Internet. It can range from basic name-calling and unpleasant “jokes” to direct threats and flagrant defamation of character. Trolling takes place mostly in forums, social media, and comment sections across the Internet, performed by trolls all around the globe. But it is […]

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Wikileaks is an international nonprofit organization founded in 2006. Its main goal is to publish first-source, classified information. To this date, they have released over 10,000 private documents. They operate by receiving information from whistleblowers, acting as a middleman to protect these peoples’ identities and then review and distribute the information on a wide scale […]

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Wikileaks Podcast

https://drive.google.com/a/nd.edu/file/d/0B9EPZaUoiv2aOFZITUZKalBxNlk/view?usp=sharing   Project 3 Option 1 Team Members Christopher Beaufils David Durkin Matthew Reilly Travis Gayle  

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