The University of Arizona's College of Science is exploring these issues of advancing technology with a series of lectures titled "Humans, Data and Machines." I was excited to learn about these talks from local media, and knew I had to attend so I know when the machines will be taking over.
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Maybe it wouldn’t be such a bad idea to move away from the U.S. and go to another country where hitchhiking is normal and I can have as many pet sheep as I want. From what I’ve heard and read, New Zealand is full of chill people who actually care about one another.
Students weigh in on the Fight Song.
Four Daily Wildcat columnists weigh in on the most important parts of Homecoming.
Five Daily Wildcat columnists discuss family weekend.
I’ve learned through trial and error that numbers almost identical to my own are telemarketers or scammers telling me for the third time that I’ve won a trip to the Bahamas. This is called “spoofing,” where a caller deliberately falsifies the information transmitted to your caller ID display to disguise their identity, as stated by the Federal Communications Commission.
I’m fully aware I look like I just turned 16 and still ask for rides to the mall from my parents, but that is far from the truth. I don’t like to go down memory lane and say, ‘I remember when ... ,’ but so many of the conversations I hear around campus about eating Top Ramen five days a week and ordering fake IDs with roommates takes me back to my early years of college.
You can argue that most of your pictures and posts are private, but debt collectors and anyone else can find family members or friends who will innocently give her your new phone number, address or work location. Here's a look at privacy on some of the largest social networks.
Cheating with a smartwatch is extremely easy, especially right now. Not many students have smartwatches so teachers aren’t looking for them. When students are in a large auditorium with 100 plus peers, it’s easy to scroll through documents undetected by a professor.
According to NPR, the average age for a woman in the U.S to have her first child is at 26.3 years old. Families can look perfect with wonderful, charming children. But when you live with them in close proximity, you see things that make you wonder why the heck people want to have kids.