Should Robots Be Our Friends? A Look Inside Artificial Intelligence and Its Increasing Effect on Our World

On Thursday, April 11, scholars, researchers, students, and more gathered at Boston University’s Photonics Center to attend an international symposium about artificial intelligence. The Division of Emerging Media Studies (EMS) within the College of Communications planned this event with the aim to educate people about the rise of technology and…

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G’day from Down Under: An Asian Excursion

Although studying abroad in Australia has been beautiful, enlightening, and fun, I cannot deny that, as a whole, it doesn’t feel extremely different from America. Because of this, I wanted to travel somewhere for my spring break vacation that would provide a completely different cultural experience. Deciding where to travel…

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PRWeek’s 2019 Award for Outstanding Education

  On March 21, PRWeek celebrated its annual PRWeek US Awards, distributing the highly anticipated awards to various agencies, schools, corporations, and nonprofit organizations for their esteemed work in the industry. This is the twentieth year of this ceremony, which is commonly referred to by PRWeek itself (and many admirers)…

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Abroad with Celeste: The Life of a London Intern

Have you ever wondered what working in another country would be like? As a student in Boston University’s London Internship Program, I was lucky enough to land an internship and experience British office culture myself. I am currently interning at United Airlines, specifically in the Press Office, which manages public…

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