The Future of the Electric Vehicle Google’s AlphaGo Sets the Bar in Artificial Intelligence Facebook Lite: Trials and Tribulations of Connecting the World The Bright Future of Virtual Reality MIMIVIRE: evidence for a new form of life?
The Future of the Electric Vehicle

The Future of the Electric Vehicle

By Griffin Schnitzer ’18 Tonight, Tesla Motors will unveil its fourth vehicle since the company’s inception, the Model 3. Tesla marked March 31st as the official date that this long… Read more »

Google’s AlphaGo Sets the Bar in Artificial Intelligence

Google’s AlphaGo Sets the Bar in Artificial Intelligence

By Griffin Schnitzer ’18 In a historic match, Google pitted its AlphaGo computer system against the world champion of a complex strategy game. The contest in question, Go, is a… Read more »

Every Hedge Fund’s Best Friend – Valeant Pharmaceuticals

Every Hedge Fund’s Best Friend – Valeant Pharmaceuticals

By Mahir Chadha ’18 In 2006, Valeant Pharmaceuticals was priced at $17.21 a share, a bargain for a high growth company with incredible potential. Over the next 10 years, Valeant… Read more »

U.S. Cannot Counteract Global Economic Slowdown Alone

U.S. Cannot Counteract Global Economic Slowdown Alone

By Alex Mui ’17 The global economy is entering uncharted waters in this unprecedented period of dissenting monetary policy. The United States is continuing to raise rates after nearly a… Read more »

Facebook Lite: Trials and Tribulations of Connecting the World

Facebook Lite: Trials and Tribulations of Connecting the World

By June Liu ’18 With Facebook Lite reaching 100 million users in just nine months after its release, Facebook has reached a new milestone in its mission of making the… Read more »

The Bright Future of Virtual Reality

The Bright Future of Virtual Reality

By Jordan Pruce ’18 Virtual reality garnered much attention when Facebook acquired Oculus VR in 2014 for $2 billion.  Since then, the value of venture capital investments in both virtual… Read more »

MIMIVIRE: evidence for a new form of life?

MIMIVIRE: evidence for a new form of life?

By Dana Nieh ’19 The mimivirus has been stirring up controversy within the scientific community due to its potential categorization as the unrecognized fourth branch of the tree of life–in… Read more »

Britain’s Sustainable Energy Plan

Britain’s Sustainable Energy Plan

By Ahmad Sabbagh ’17 In preparation for the two-week United Nations conference that will be taking place in Paris starting November 30, Britain has announced a plan to close down… Read more »

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