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Apr. 19, 2021

In the Media: Michael Spezio Discusses the Empathy Potential of Artificial Intelligence in Lifewire

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Ruth Reese Lane ’92, Immigration Attorney, to Deliver Scripps Commencement Address

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Apr. 16, 2021

Senior Spotlights: Selina Ho and Claire Joseph Dance for Justice, Beauty, and Expression

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April 19, 2021

In the Media: Michael Spezio Discusses the Empathy Potential of Artificial Intelligence in Lifewire

In Lifewire, Associate Professor of Psychology Michael Spezio discussed the empathy potential—or lack thereof—of artificial intelligence (AI) programs designed to enhance customer service.

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Ruth Reese Lane ’92, Immigration Attorney, to Deliver Scripps Commencement Address

Ruth Reese Lane, immigration attorney and Scripps alumna, will deliver the keynote address at the College’s 91st Commencement exercises on Saturday, May 22, 2021. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this year’s ceremony will be virtual.

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April 16, 2021

Senior Spotlights: Selina Ho and Claire Joseph Dance for Justice, Beauty, and Expression

For Joseph, graduation from Scripps will lead her to a master’s program in Irish literature at Trinity College Dublin, in Dublin, Ireland. Ho will begin her post-grad job as a data analyst at the Vera Institute of Justice in April, a nonprofit devoted to criminal justice reform.

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April 14, 2021

Spotlight on Seniors: Olivia Truesdale ’21’s Quest to Connect Language and Culture

Stepping off the plane at Incheon International Airport in the summer of 2019, foreign languages major Olivia Truesdale had a sense of unreality. Surrounded by the sights and splendor of Seoul, she was at the precipice of her longest and most intense trip abroad: An internship at the US Embassy followed by a semester abroad at Yonsei University.

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In the Media: Stacey Wood Discusses Pandemic Scams with BBC Radio

BBC Radio discussed the increased frequency of and risk factors for online scams during the COVID-19 pandemic with Stacey Wood, Molly Mason Jones Chair in Psychology and professor of psychology. The interview also aired on NPR.

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In the Media: Suchi Branfman Explores Pandemic-Era Dance and Choreography in The Nation

Dance faculty Suchi Branfman explored the power of dance and choreography during the COVID-19 pandemic in The Nation magazine. Branfman’s Undanced Dances Through Prison Walls During a Pandemic, a COVID-19 era performance of her 2019 performance Dancing Through Prison Walls, premiered as a Zoom event in April 2021.

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April 12, 2021

Michael Spezio Reviews New Book on Artificial Intelligence in Science Magazine

Associate Professor of Psychology Michael Spezio reviewed* Atlas of AI, a new book on the power, politics, and consequences of artificial intelligence, for Science magazine. “By taking power and materiality seriously and leaving aside questions of what intelligence is, Crawford maps answers to how AI is made and how we are trapped by its making,” Spezio writes.

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In the Media: Washington Post Interviews Hao Huang about New Podcast

The Washington Post interviewed Hao Huang, Bessie and Cecil Frankel Chair in Music and professor of music, about his new podcast, Blood on Gold Mountain; his impetus for exploring the 1871 LA Chinatown Massacre in podcast form; and the lessons he hopes listeners will take from the story.

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April 9, 2021

In the Media: KPBS Interviews Hao Huang about Blood on Gold Mountain Podcast

KPBS interviewed Hao Huang, Bessie and Cecil Frankel Chair in Music and professor of music, about his new podcast, Blood on Gold Mountain.

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Hao Huang and Rachel Huang Celebrate Billie Holiday with Berklee College of Music

Hao Huang, Bessie and Cecil Frankel Chair in Music and professor of music, and music faculty Rachel Huang were distinguished guest panelists at Berklee College of Music’s Billie Holiday Birthday Symposium.

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