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‘Struggling to Keep Up’: Harvard Students and Faculty Grapple with Impact of Generative AI in Classrooms

From evolving syllabi to entirely new course offerings, Harvard’s classrooms are adapting in real time to the widespread impact of ChatGPT and other generative artificial intelligence tools.

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Google DeepMind Researcher Discusses Emergence of Reasoning in AI at Harvard ML Foundations Talk

Google researcher Denny Zhou discussed the emergence of reasoning in Large Language Models in a Harvard Machine Learning Foundations talk Friday afternoon at the Science and Engineering Complex in Allston.

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Former Senator Richard Burr Discusses Health Care Policy at Harvard Institute of Politics Forum

Former United States Senator Richard M. Burr (R-N.C.) and Lanhee J. Chen ’04, policy director for Mitt Romney’s 2012 presidential campaign, discussed the future of American health care policy at a Harvard Institute of Politics forum Tuesday evening.

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Tenth Annual Harvard Horizons Symposium Features Presentations From Nine Ph.D. Candidates

Nine Harvard Ph.D. students presented their research to the public at the 10th annual Harvard Horizons symposium held Tuesday evening in Sanders Theatre.

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Law and Neuroscience Experts Discuss Criminal Justice for Adolescents at Harvard Law School Talk

Psychology professor B.J. Casey and attorney Marsha Levick discussed scientific and legal perspectives on trying children as adults at a Harvard Law School talk Tuesday.

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Tufts Professor Discusses Influence of Myth on Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine at Davis Center

Tufts University professor and author Gregory Carleton discussed how Russian historical myths contribute to Russian exceptionalism and the rationale for its invasion of Ukraine at a seminar Tuesday evening.

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Political Scientist Susan Stokes ’81 Discusses Political Polarization and Global Erosion of Democracy

American political scientist and award-winning author Susan C. Stokes ’81 discussed the high correlation between income inequality and democratic erosion at the Center for Government and International Studies on Tuesday afternoon.