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Monday, January 21, 2019

The Future of Artificial Intelligence and Singularity Theory-Where do we Stand?

By Evan Butler Technological Singularity is approaching the point at which Artificial Intelligence will evolve so fast that predicting the future will be impossible. There are three types of AI; Artificial Narrow Intelligence, which specializes...

Four movies every Bryant student should watch

Movies, though great sources of entertainment, have the ability to transcend shallow expositions of mindless action or superficial romance and take on new meaning, especially when it comes to relating itself to one’s personal...

Tales from the Boneyard: 1989 Peugeot 505

Your pragmatic depression-era grandfather may have once regaled you with the age-old adage that “one man’s junk is another man’s treasure.” None have taken those words to heart as literally and enthusiastically as the...

Break Away from Electronics and Refocus

There is a plague spreading at a rapid rate all across the globe. Have you felt it? Have you yourself fallen for the trap? More than ever before, people of all ages are spending...

Wordsworth and Leopardi’s Nature in Romanticism

By kevin Krupowies, Jillian Rice, and Colin Curtain As Wordsworth began his trek to scale mount Snowdon, he and his hiking party soon became lost “with his private thoughts: thus did we breast the ascent,...
Image of a black hole in space

Quashing Common Misconceptions About Black Holes- Reality vs. Fiction

When the term “black hole” comes to mind, what do you think about? Do not let the name deceive you. They are a lot of things, but in no way, shape, or form are...

Why all universities need to internationalize

On April 20th, Bryant University was excited to host Dr. Riall Nolan, Professor of Anthropology at Purdue University and international specialist, in order to discuss the importance of universities realizing the need to internationalize. Before...

Ways to Improve Your Reading Speed

The average American reads around 250-300 words to minute. Some are more advanced than others and can read anywhere from 500-1000 words per minute. At such high speeds, comprehension can be very difficult, especially...

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