Stefani is a writer based in the California Bay Area with expertise in urban issues and public health. In her free time she is often found reading diverse literature, writing stories, or enjoying the outdoors. Follow her on Twitter: @stefanicox
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We're teaching robots to learn in all kinds of new ways.
When the news doesn't tell you everything.
The Fed slowly removes the training wheels.
What if overeager parents took a step back from pushing their kids toward good colleges?
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Drone owners have some new regulations this holiday season.
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Though perhaps not the most pressing, believe it or not.
It's not the end of the world, guys.
Keeping sugar-sweetened beverages off the dinner table.
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Mark Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan will give away billions through their new LLC.
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