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Haewon Jeong

Dirty data: an opportunity for cleaning up bias in AI

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A collage of marine creatures.
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Harrison Tasoff
Transferable conservation credits could incentivize comprehensive protection the ocean’s diverse habitats and wildlife.
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Yellowstone National Park sign with mountains in the background.
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National parks are far from the only way to protect areas of land. Systems like, indigenous governance, community management and Eco-certified production can also foster conservation.
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NVC Finals judge Jason Rollman (left, in blue shirt) congratulates EyeClimate, the 2024 New Venture Competition Finals champions (from second to left) Bowen Zhang, PhD student; Max Gordon, undergraduate student; and Satish Kumar, PhD student
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Icebergs float of Greenland in the arctic sea.
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Legions of icebergs brought the Atlantic circulation to its knees during the last glacial period.
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Sonia Fernandez
Sessile creatures like this barnacle were the key to determining when the oil pipeline was compromised, an event that eventually led to the oil spill