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KJZZ | March 10, 2016

The military is working on something called “implantable neural interfaces.” This is essentially a way to tap into the brain. Bradley Greger, an associate professor in the School of Biological and Health Systems Engineering at Arizona State University, speaks about it.
 

The Economist | March 10, 2016

In Korea, a showdown between a computer program and a professional player of the ancient game Go is a significant achievement. Arizona State University artificial intelligence researcher Miles Brundage said that even the best Go players struggle to describe their winning strategies.

The State Press | March 10, 2016

The Arizona State University Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law announced the creation of a Barrow innovation center that will work with the law college clinic focusing on patent law.

Bloomberg Business | March 10, 2016

“People are living with it, and waiting for things to get better,” said Michael Orr, real estate professor at Arizona State University in Tempe. “The market is back to stable. It was the peak that was abnormal.”

The Washington Post | March 09, 2016

Last year, Arizona State University physicist Sherry Towers published a study using mathematical models to examine whether mass shootings, like viruses, are contagious. She identified a 13-day period after high-profile mass shootings when the chance of another spikes. Her findings are confirmed more frequently than she would like.