BYU study proves artificial intelligence can respond to complex survey questions like a real human.
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That Tantrum at Stanford Law School and What to Do About It
Another day, another tantrum at one of the nation’s top law schools. On Thursday, law students at Stanford (the No. 2 law school in the country) followed the example set by their peers at Yale (No. 1) by shouting down U.S. Circuit Court Judge Kyle Duncan, preventing him from delivering a lecture to other students who had invited him.
The Secret Power of Sharing Meals Together
Engaging in regular family dinners protected against the harmful effects of the pandemic by increasing emotional closeness and providing dependability.
Pornography use at any level harms romantic relationships, says new BYU study
The findings hold important implications because prior to this study, pornography and its impact on relationship health had been a topic on which scholars and other experts seldom agreed.
From Ashes to Resurrection: A Lenten Primer
Learn about how Latter-day Saints can understand the Lent season. Explore the fasting, prayer, and almsgiving that help Catholics draw closer to God.
‘Grit’ and circumstance: Bestselling author Angela Duckworth brings her wisdom to BYU
“Grit” guru Angela Duckworth treated BYU students to the first sneak peek of her next book on Tuesday with a presentation at the campus forum assembly that demonstrated the softer side of her famous theory on the psychology of achievement.
Freedom isn’t free: What a year of war in Ukraine has taught the world
The struggles that have occupied the world since the concept of freedom and democracy first emerged haven’t gone away.