|Between #GivingTuesday on December 1, 2020, and December 30—which would have been Dave Perlman's 102nd birthday—join CASW in envisioning ways to carry on a great legacy.The Council for the Advancement of... more|
|by Nancy Averett | When LeeAnne Walters first brought samples of the brown water coming out of her tap to a public meeting in Flint, Mich., the city’s emergency manager, Jerry Ambrose, called her a... more|
|by Jacob Roberts | Skynet. HAL 9000. Cylons. (Battlestar Galactica, anyone?) All of these robots are part of science fiction stories in which they rebel against humanity and cause death and... more|
|by Amy Mayer | LeeAnne Walters had three words of advice when a science writer asked how to tell stories that will capture the audience’s attention: “Find a mom.”Walters had struggled to get the... more|
|Jacob Roberts was inspired by Mark Riedl's talk on creativity and artificial intelligence at the 2016 edition of the New Horizons in Science briefing to create a lighthearted simulation of a freelancer's... more|
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