The collection of short stories explores the question: What worlds do we want to create with artificial intelligence?
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To the Asian, Pacific Islander and Asian American individuals in our community, we stand in solidarity with you.
Laya Madhavan, B.A. LL.B. ’17, had wanted to be a lawyer since she was nine years old. Years later, she was a part of a historic case that demonstrated the full power of the law.
Ian Warner ’11 brings a wealth of experience in litigation, government and public policy to his current role at Zillow Group, where he leads efforts to address fair housing and lending issues disproportionately impacting communities of color.
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UW Law Professor Steve Calandrillo discusses the history of daylight saving time and lays out the potentially major benefits of a permanent switch.