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Is AI the future of standup comedy? An AI George Carlin standup special says otherwise
George Carlin holding a microphone while performing standup.

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Is AI the future of standup comedy? An AI George Carlin standup special says otherwise

Photos: Martin Luther King Jr. Day event, lab experiments and snow in Boston
Leila Deravi inspects a beaker in her lab within the EXP research complex on the Boston campus.

University NewsArticle

Photos: Martin Luther King Jr. Day event, lab experiments and snow in Boston

The presidential election is one year out. Why predictions are more reliable than polls when picking a winner
Molly Wheeler wearing a sweater with stars and stripes on it sets up an interactive board display.

World NewsArticle

The presidential election is one year out. Why predictions are more reliable than polls when picking a winner

Facing their fears: VR goggles will be used to treat teens with anxiety and depression

Science & TechnologyArticle

Facing their fears: VR goggles will be used to treat teens with anxiety and depression

Can forest fires be predicted? How drones, data and computer science are being used in western Canada
burnt trees in a forest

Science & TechnologyArticle

Can forest fires be predicted? How drones, data and computer science are being used in western Canada

Meta fine shows EU is ‘regulatory superpower,’ Northeastern expert says
A photo of Meta headquarters in Dublin

World NewsArticle

Meta fine shows EU is ‘regulatory superpower,’ Northeastern expert says

This Northeastern poet is using computation to write poems—and winning awards for it
headshot of Lillian-Yvonne Bertram

Arts & EntertainmentArticle

This Northeastern poet is using computation to write poems—and winning awards for it

She taught her cockatoo to read. That was just the beginning
Jennifer Cunha looks at her cockatoo, which is sitting on her shoulder.

NGN Magazine
She taught her cockatoo to read. That was just the beginning

Groundbreaking sociologist and journalism pioneer will receive honorary degrees at Northeastern commencement
Headshots of Albexrto Ibargüen and Alondra Nelson.

University NewsArticle

Groundbreaking sociologist and journalism pioneer will receive honorary degrees at Northeastern commencement

Northeastern launches new degrees in the U.K. to help employers grow their digital talent pool–inside the company

Northeastern launches new degrees in the U.K. to help employers grow their digital talent pool–inside the company

Northeastern communications team wins three awards from PR News, besting PepsiCo, National Geographic, and Johnson & Johnson
Northeastern’s communications team on Tuesday won three awards at PR News’s Platinum PR Awards in New York, topping some of the biggest names across industries, including business, consumer products, technology, and publishing. From left to right: Kevin Deane, digital director for News@Northeastern; Michael Armini, senior vice president for External Affairs; and Renata Nyul, vice president for communications, who oversees media relations and News@Northeastern.

Northeastern communications team wins three awards from PR News, besting PepsiCo, National Geographic, and Johnson & Johnson

A welcoming approach to immigration leads to economic benefits, Northeastern University professor says

A welcoming approach to immigration leads to economic benefits, Northeastern University professor says