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More Fear Of Human Intelligence Than Artificial Intelligence In 'Ex Machina'
"The anxiety in this film is much more directed at the humans," director Alex Garland tells NPR's Audie Cornish. "It was more in defense of artificial intelligence."
Immigrant-Rights Activists In Seattle Claim Victory In Child Deportation Case
A federal judge in Seattle has given immigrant advocates a victory.
Senate Panel Backs Bill To Allow Congressional Review Of Iran Deal
The Senate Foreign Relations Committee is expected to vote Tuesday on a bill that would give Congress a role in approving the Iran nuclear agreement.
Presidential Candidates Move Away From Public Financing
You can still check the box on your 1040 federal income tax return and earmark $3 for presidential public financing.
Presidential Campaign Logos Reach New Level Of Sophistication
From water bottles and bumper stickers, to fundraising emails and Twitter accounts, the logos of the 2016 presidential candidates will soon be plastered across the country.
When Rates Turn Negative, Banks Pay Customers To Borrow
European interest rates are being pushed so low — to less than zero — that some banks are paying borrowers to take loans. Such low rates are aimed at boosting Europe's economy, but there are risks.
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