Jessica Hahne

Restricting the Robotic Arms Race

Robotic warfare is evolving quickly, and it may not be long before robots can kill without humans giving the go-ahead. Wendell Wallach, a lecturer at Yale’s Interdisciplinary Center for Bioethics, is lobbying to ban killer robots before they can be deployed.

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The Mozart Effect: Not so Noteworthy?

Since 1993, the “Mozart effect,” which holds that listening to classical music increases intelligence, has become popular around the world, but it faces significant controversy in the scientific community.

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