Maverick uses AI capabilities from IBM Watson to help provide quick answers to veterans about a wide array of benefits topics AUSTIN —Today Texas Land Commissioner and Chairman of the Veterans Land Board, George P. Bush, announced the official launch … Continue reading →
It’s the same old reason as how the history is made and written. The Greeks, the Romans, the Pharaohs, the Mongols, and now the West – mighty and the poweful ones always made the history often with aggression.
Zum Irak-Krieg gibt es zwei große Verschwörungstheorien: Rohstoffe waren ausschlaggebend für die Entscheidung, der Krieg von langer Hand geplant. Beides entspricht nachweislich nicht den Fakten, wie der Politikwissenschaftler Franz Eder in seiner Habilitationsschrift nun zeigt: Die Bush-Regierung war überzeugt, dass … Continue reading →
Yale University has begun a multi-phase renovation of the former Wright Nuclear Structure Laboratory that will reinvent the landmark nuclear physics lab for a new era in physics research. Expected to take at least three years, the project will transform … Continue reading →
ANN ARBOR — With the elections less than a week away, it’s worth considering that the party of the president influences the policy behavior of the Federal Reserve Bank, according to a new University of Michigan study. The Federal Reserve … Continue reading →
The wide swings in debate performances by this year’s presidential candidates reflect the fact that in modern campaigns, a candidate’s image is the message, according to linguistic anthropologists who have studied presidential campaigns. Candidates send important messages to voters through … Continue reading →
EAST LANSING, Mich. — A strong showing in the final two presidential debates could help Barack Obama regain some of the ground lost to Mitt Romney after the first verbal showdown in Denver, argues Michigan State University’s head debate coach. … Continue reading →
A long campaign season with genuine gaffes and alleged misstatements began its culmination with the first presidential debate. Like many citizens, linguist Geoff Pullum, a visiting professor at Brown, was watching. Grammarian Geoff Pullum is the Gerard Visiting Professor of … Continue reading →