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Watson Weighs in on the U.S. Presidential Race

What does the world’s most powerful artificial intelligence say about the U.S. Presidential Candidates?

I spent the last week engaging with the world’s smartest artificial intelligence brainiac about the U.S. 1,766 more words


Economy Update From NPR: Oil #5: Imagine A World Without Oil

Oil #5: Imagine A World Without Oil
Last of five episodes. We follow the Planet Money oil to a gas station. And we ask: What would our world look like if there were no fossil fuels?

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Business? Hooray! Big Business? Big hooray!

Business, even big business, is a key element of a healthy economy, and we should be as business friendly as it is humanly possible to be, short of allowing cronyism, special privilege, influence based on money given to folks in government. 176 more words


Quebec to invest $22M in home health care, especially for seniors

Trained home health care workers will be providing services to more Quebec seniors, including house-cleaning, cooking, laundry and running errands.

The provincial government is investing over $8 million to help more people access home care. 184 more words


Notley urges patience as Alberta deals multi-billion dollar deficit

EDMONTON – One day after pegging Alberta’s deficit at almost $11 billion, Premier Rachel Notley says her government is aware it needs to balance the books. 105 more words


The 10 worst African economies

Far from “African economic miracle”, some African countries accumulate deficits that are often compounded by disastrous political crises delays. African economic miracle?  1,209 more words


Should African-Americans Support The Green Party Presidential Nominee?

Green Party presidential candidate Dr. Jill Stein is no stranger to presidential elections.

The mother, physician, and environmental-health advocate also represented the Green Party during the 2012 election and currently holds the record for receiving the most votes ever by a woman candidate running for the nation’s highest office. 558 more words

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