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  • The Mechanical Muse

    Neukom Institute Director, Dan Rockmore, "Machines are learning to write poetry. How should artificial intelligence alter our appreciation of art?" NewYorker.Com

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  • Nile Climate Study - Ethan Coffel, Neukom Fellow

    "Climate extremes impact people," said Ethan Coffel, a fellow at Dartmouth's Neukom Institute for Computational Science and lead author of the study. "This study doesn't only look at high-level changes in temperature or rainfall, it explains how those conditions will change life for real people."

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  • Arctic drone synthesis to bridge the gap from plants to pixels

    13 researchers met in New Hampshire to advance Arctic tundra research. Attendees tackled one of the largest drone-imagery datasets ever compiled for high latitudes - all contributed from field teams using similar protocols - to commence the High Latitude Drone Ecology Network (HiLDEN, https://arcticdrones.org/) data synthesis.

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  • Tarsier Goggles

    A virtual reality tool for experiencing the optics of a dark-adapted primate visual system, Neukom Undergraduate Travel Grant Recipient - Sam Gochman

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  • The Ship of Theseus

    A framework for intertexutality connecting literature, biology, and computation- 150th Annual Meeting of the Society for Classical Studies, San Diego, January 2019, Neukom Postdoctoral Fellow J.P. Dexter

    Felix Gonzalez-Torres' sculpture "Untitled" (Public Opinion)
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