All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Oxford University’

Kanye West Gives Lecture At Oxford University

Kanye West lectured to students at the packed Oxford University Museum of Natural History. The topic was fine art, and of course, seemed to generally center around Kanye West. Kanye West‘s lecture wasn’t your daddy’s lecture. Sam Rabinowitz, a 23-year-old Law student who attended Kanye West’s lecture said, “Though the talk was delivered in a lecture hall, this was never …

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Google Beefs Up Its AI Work With New Acquisitions And Oxford University Partnership

Google announced that it has formed a partnership with the Artificial Intelligence research teams at Oxford University to “accelerate” its efforts in AI, and has hired seven founders of two AI startups out of the university. Google acquired AI company DeepMind earlier this year for reportedly somewhere in the $400 million to $500 million range, and it’s the result of …

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Martian Atmosphere Had Oxygen 4 Billion Years Ago, Shows Study

A recent study by researchers at Oxford University has shown that the planet Mars may hav had an oxygen-rich atmosphere 4 billion years ago. Using meteorites identified as coming from Mars, as well as data from Mars rover Spirit, researchers found that rocks currently found on the surface of Mars have much more nickel than the meteorites. This suggests, researchers …

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3D Printers One Step Closer To Creating Human Tissue

3D printing has performed some miraculous feats in the field of medicine. Researchers are already playing around with the idea of growing organs with 3D printers, and now one university has proven that you can make human-like tissue with the technology. Oxford University revealed this week that its researchers have built a custom 3D printer that prints out a new …

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Spouses Play Online Spy Games

Twenty percent of married Internet users in the UK have admitted to reading their spouses emails and text messages according to a survey from Oxford University.

A majority of respondents (94%) disapproved of their partners having cyber-sex, while 88 percent disapproved of sharing personal information about the other partner online. Flirting online was unpopular with 85 percent of married Internet users. Discussing relationship problems to others was frowned upon by 89 percent.

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