May 29, 2015

News coverage


Humanities | News coverage:  'The Future of Me': Using art to cross borders

In a Future Tense article for Slate, ASU Visionary in Residence Bruce Sterling muses about borders, open-source hardware, cultural dislocation and his interactive installation piece, “My Future Frontier/Mi Futura Frontera.”


Arts / Culture | Engineering | News coverage:  'The Future of Me': Technology is transforming traditional idea of the self

ASU Lincoln Professor Brad Allenby explores "The Future of Me" in a Future Tense article for Slate connected to ASU's Emerge: The Carnival of the Future event.


News coverage:  Is bitcoin poised to gain acceptance as an electronic currency?

Despite recent controversy, bitcoin may be here to stay, says ASU professor Ajay Vinze.


Public service | News coverage:  What CIOs say about big data

In a report conducted in partnership with the IBM Center for The Business of Government, ASU's Kevin Desouza examines a new frontier for the public sector: big data.


Research | Renewable energy | News coverage:  Outlook for sustainable energy is sunny in Arizona

Sethuraman "Panch" Panchanathan discusses energy research at ASU in his latest column in The Arizona Republic.


Science | News coverage:  What does 'real' artificial intelligence look like?

Artificial intelligence is here now, argues Miles Brundage, a doctoral student at ASU’s Consortium for Science, Policy and Outcomes, in a Future Tense article for Slate magazine.


Humanities | News coverage:  What can 'RoboCop' teach us about robot ethics?

The recent remake of the classic action film "RoboCop" provides a neat case study of how to get robot ethics completely wrong, argues ASU doctoral student Miles Brundage.


Sustainability | Science | News coverage:  Finding common ground on climate change

Building a more functional conversation among researchers, policymakers, citizens and industrial leaders is critical to address the global challenge of climate change, argued panelists at the "Rescuing Climate Policy" panel at ASU’s Global Institute of Sustainability on Feb. 5.


Diversity | Faculty and Staff | News coverage | Social Science:  ASU professor probes origins of anti-gay laws in Uganda

In an essay recently featured in Religion & Politics, assistant professor of global Christianity at ASU Jason Bruner explores the origin of anti-homosexuality laws in Uganda.


News coverage | Social Science:  ASU archaeologist comments on Aztec dog burial

Dogs have long held a special place in the hearts of humans. For the Aztecs, they were guides into the afterlife and guardians of the living, the dead and sites of importance.

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