Today’s Solutions: February 23, 2024

Arts & Culture

Here we cover the latest and most uplifting exhibitions, creative movements, and imaginative design to keep you inspired throughout your day.

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Why culturally diverse datasets are critical for training AI

In the constantly evolving field of artificial intelligence, the demand to embrace cultural diversity in training datasets is more than a suggestion; it is a global need. A new study by the University of Copenhagen and AI start-up Anthropic revealed a startling reality: Large Language Models (LLMs) Read More...

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Fearless hearts: more than 50 Taylor Swift songs are perfect for life-saving CPR

In a remarkable marriage of pop culture and medical science, Monash University's Victorian Heart Institute researchers revealed that over 50 Taylor Swift songs have the perfect beats per minute (bpm) for efficient chest compressions during CPR. This Fearless initiative seeks to turn Swift's songs Read More...

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Top 5 Martin Luther King Jr. speeches that aren't "I Have a Dream”

Martin Luther King Jr.'s impact on the Civil Rights Movement extended beyond his well-known "I Have a Dream" speech. According to Jason Miller, an English professor at North Carolina State University, King's oratory was his most significant contribution, serving as a medium for transformation. As Read More...

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6 books for young readers to celebrate Black History Month

Each February, the United States recognizes the efforts and sacrifices of African Americans who helped shape the country. If you're unsure how to teach youngsters about Black history this month or throughout the year, experts frequently recommend turning to literature for help. Literature as a Read More...

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7 dazzling winter solstice celebrations from around the world

The Winter Solstice is a global celebration rooted in rich traditions and historical significance, not just an astronomical event. As the Northern Hemisphere experiences its longest night on December 21 (or June 20 in the Southern Hemisphere), many cultures celebrate the return of the sun with Read More...

‘Rizz’: unveiling

'Rizz': unveiling and explaining Oxford University's Word of the Year for 2023

As 2023 bids us farewell, we take a lovely linguistic detour, examining not only what we've talked about, but also how we've expressed it. Enter the Oxford Word of the Year, a fragment of vocabulary that captures our conversation. And what about the prize for 2023? It's "rizz," a noun sparkling Read More...

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Move Afrika: elevating African music on a global scale starting with concert in Rwanda

Two decades after Nelson Mandela's legendary 46664 concerts, a new movement, Move Afrika, developed on the African continent. Inspired by Mandela's vision, his grandson Kweku Mandela launched this five-year project to create an annual music tour to promote Africa's artistic environment while Read More...

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Sesame Workshop introduces tools to help kids understand addiction in families

Tevis Simon's childhood was fraught with uncertainty. She grew up in West Baltimore in the 1980s, a community that received little attention from the city and government investment, and her existence was overshadowed by her mother's opioid addiction. She never knew which version of her mother she Read More...

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Native American Heritage Month and how to be an ally this Thanksgiving

Native American Heritage Month begins in November, a month when many Americans celebrate Thanksgiving. While this cultural month has excellent intentions, it is significantly more complicated for Native Americans. Thanksgiving is a difficult period for many Native Americans because of the numerous Read More...

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How teen playwrights are changing the narrative of gun violence in America

American students, raised in the shadow of repeated school shootings, are not just witnesses to a grim reality but active participants in reshaping the narrative. Following the Parkland school tragedy in 2018, theater aficionado turned activist Michael Cotey developed "Enough! Plays to End Gun Read More...