JCA students honored at Joliet Region Chamber of Commerce Top Student Recognition Banquet
Written by Ryan Quigley on April 19, 2016 25 members of Joliet Catholic Academy’s graduating class of 2016 were honored on Monday, April 18 at 176 West Banquet Hall at the 9th Annual Top Student Recognition Banquet. The Joliet Region Chamber of Commerce in conjunction with the Exchange, Lions, Kiwanis and Rotary Clubs of Joliet honors the top 25 students from Joliet Central High School, Joliet…
Ethics must guide medical research, protect human dignity, pope says
By Carol Glatz Catholic News Service VATICAN CITY (CNS) — Moral and ethical concerns must guide medical research so it will always be at the service of protecting human life and dignity, Pope…
How Are Our Customers Using Facial Recognition?
The science of facial recognition has its roots in the 1960s and has steadily progressed to being accepted as a mainstream technology. The primary use
I Asked Thousands of Biologists When Life Begins. The Answer Wasn't Popular
Shortly after being awarded my Ph.D. by the University of Chicago’s department of Comparative Human Development this year, I found myself in a minor media whirlwind. I was interviewed by The Daily Wire, The College Fix, and Breitbart. I appeared on national television and on a widely syndicated radio program. All of this interest had been prompted by a working paper associated with my dissertation, which…
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These photographers pushed the technological limits of photography to explore what makes a face distinct, and how that might affect the way powerful figures see people.
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Celebrate National Tutor Recognition Week
This week is National Tutor Recognition Week. The Team at College Nannies + Tutors wants to give a huge thank you and much recognition to all of our tutors helping students across the country.
The Ethics Rules Are Undermining Our Future
The truth should be the best guide for lawyer advertising.
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When the “wow” factor wears off, privacy concerns become evident.
San Francisco lawmaker: Our cops should be banned from using facial recognition
Bill says risk to civil liberties "substantially outweighs its purported benefits."
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Chrome 67 isn't ready for prime time; it's more an invitation for developers to integrate the new biometric system into their websites.
Here’s What Happens When We Allow Facial Recognition Technology in Our Schools
The idea of facial recognition technology conjures up scenes from books and films set in dystopian futures in which freedom and liberty have been forfeited in exchange for the illusion of security. From 1984 to Minority Report, these are worlds where everyone is suspect, and no one is safe.
FHSU student recognition programs to begin in Denver on Jan. 20
FHSU University Relations Denver will be President Tisa Mason’s first stop of 2019 in Fort Hays State University’s annual month-long, 12-city, three-state tour to recognize high school and transfer students who have been awarded scholarships from the university. The event also provides an overview of what makes FHSU a special place, both in and out of the classroom The Denver Student Recognition Program begins at 1…
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4-10-17 Board Recognitions
Staff and Student Recognition GHS Science teacher, Andy Brubaker: Upon receiving a 2017 Teacher Creativity Fellowship grant. He will use the funds for a biking trip on the Colorado trail. He will be taking the trip with a friend. While on the trip, they will volunteer for the foundation that maintains the trail, as they want to do something to give back. The idea behind the project is sustainability, and he will make a video after the trip to report on it. GMS…
Do Our Kids Learn Ethics in the Pool?
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Why Our Voice Assistants Need Ethics
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How to Begin Praying for Our Kids
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The use of technology in medicine: How to not deconstruct our ethics
This article was exclusively written for The European Sting by Ms. Alyne Barreto Mesquita de Goés, a 22 years old and is studying the 7th period of medicine at Potiguar University, Natal/RN Brazil.…