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Who benefits from our medical records? It’s not patients. Today we return to the topic of big data, specifically personal medical records. Adam Tanner, author of “Our Bodies, Our Data: How Companies Make Billions Selling Our Medical Records” Guest: Adam Tanner is writer in residence at Harvard University’s Institute for Quantitative Social Science, and a […]
Carlos Eduardo Gacharna came to Madison when he was 7, seeking a better life from his native Columbia. Gacharna attended multiple schools as his family moved, eventually graduating from Memorial High School and then from the University of Wisconsin Madison Art Department, where he studied ceramics and glass. As an outsider, art, he says, became […]
On January 27th, President Donald Trump issued an Executive Order banning refugees from Libya, Sudan, Syria, Iraq, Iran, Yemen and Somalia from entering the United States. Trump has also authorized federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials to deport immigrants who have committed, or are suspected of, even minor legal infractions. Despite court orders that have […]
Climate scientists have been telling us for a while now to get ready for warmer, wetter weather. As things heat up, more water is evaporated into the atmosphere, more energy is added to the system, and you get more rain. Sounds simple enough. But a recent collaborative study involving climatologists at UCLA and mathematicians at […]
Oscars 2017: Moonlight wins best picture after announcement mix-up 27 February 2017 From the section Entertainment & Arts Media captionThe moment La La Land’s producers realised Moonlight had won best picture Moonlight has won best picture at the Oscars – but only after an error saw La La Land initially declared the winner. The La […]