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Glorb is hitting it big with AI-generated SpongeBob raps. But is it legal under copyright law?
A screenshot of a Glorb AI-generated Spongebob rap lyric video.

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Glorb is hitting it big with AI-generated SpongeBob raps. But is it legal under copyright law?

 How can we use AI to build more democratic societies? The key lies in transparency, Taiwan’s digital affairs minister says
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 How can we use AI to build more democratic societies? The key lies in transparency, Taiwan’s digital affairs minister says

Northeastern scientists propose AI framework for mass-manufacturing of ​stem cells for regenerative medicine
Wei Xie working in a lab.

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Northeastern scientists propose AI framework for mass-manufacturing of ​stem cells for regenerative medicine

You’ve heard of a leap year, but what about a leap second? A physicist explains what is messing with the Earth’s rotation
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You’ve heard of a leap year, but what about a leap second? A physicist explains what is messing with the Earth’s rotation

Can AI find extraterrestrial life? NASA’s Steve Chien delivers keynote to kick off AI in Action Week

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Can AI find extraterrestrial life? NASA’s Steve Chien delivers keynote to kick off AI in Action Week

How should today’s students prepare to enter a workforce transformed by artificial intelligence?
Suresh Muthuswami and Ravi Ramamutri at the front of a crowded event room.

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How should today’s students prepare to enter a workforce transformed by artificial intelligence?

European regulators are cracking down on Alphabet, Apple and Meta. Will that have an impact on how their products work around the world?
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European regulators are cracking down on Alphabet, Apple and Meta. Will that have an impact on how their products work around the world?

With a mighty robotic arm, Northeastern’s Mars Rover Team wins first place in Winter Canadian International Challenge
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With a mighty robotic arm, Northeastern’s Mars Rover Team wins first place in Winter Canadian International Challenge

What is the ‘3 Body Problem’? Astrophysicist explains concept behind hit Netflix show
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What is the ‘3 Body Problem’? Astrophysicist explains concept behind hit Netflix show

How did a container ship collision cause a Baltimore bridge to collapse? Structural engineer details possible design factors
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How did a container ship collision cause a Baltimore bridge to collapse? Structural engineer details possible design factors

Is it ethical to bioengineer plants and animals to stop or reverse extinction? Questions raised during 60th annual Klein Lecture
Ronald Sandler speaking at the Klein Lecture.

Is it ethical to bioengineer plants and animals to stop or reverse extinction? Questions raised during 60th annual Klein Lecture

Shooting victims are ‘calling’ members of Congress. Is it OK to use AI to clone your child’s voice to deliver a political message?
Graphic from theshotline.org depicting a young boy next to the text "GUNS SILENCE THOUSANDS OF INNOCENT LIVES EVERY YEAR. USING AI TECHNOLOGY, WE RE-CREATED THE VOICES OF THOSE SHOT AND KILLED BY GUNS SO THEY CAN CALL OUR REPRESENTATIVES IN HOPES OF CHANGING OUR COUNTRY'S GUN LAWS."

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Shooting victims are ‘calling’ members of Congress. Is it OK to use AI to clone your child’s voice to deliver a political message?