Caltech in the Media
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July 11, 2018
Latinos Are Bringing a Growing Number of Voting Rights Cases
Charles Lane reports on the growing number of voting-rights lawsuits being filed by Latinos in the United States. Lane speaks with Caltech's Morgan Kousser about the obstacles such lawsuits face in the wake of a 2013 Supreme Court case that invalidated part of the Voting Rights Act.
June 04, 2018
Indian-American and Former NASA Scientist Anita Sengupta Will Lead Virgin Hyperloop One Project
Anita Sengupta, a former scientist at JPL, has been named senior vice president of systems engineering for the Virgin Hyperloop One project. She joins Caltech alum Rob Ferber, who is chief engineer for the project
May 26, 2018
The Register (UK)
Overhyping AI Doctors, Language Translation Goes Open Source, and New Jobs on the Cards
A roundup of updates in the field of artificial intelligence highlights a Twitter thread by Caltech professor Lior Pachter, in which he criticizes AI evangelists for "overhyping" the technology to the public.
May 22, 2018
The Chronicle of Higher Education
Do Photos of Teaching on Your Campus Look Staged and Static?
James Lang (professor of English at Assumption College) pens a piece on the importance of capturing authentic moments of teaching and learning on a campus, rather than using staged images. He interviews Cassandra Horii from CTLO about her efforts to do so at Caltech. Horii co-authored an article on the topic in 2016.