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A Friendly Reminder: A.I. Work Isn’t Yours

The New York Times: “Many organizations are grappling with how to manage A.I. in the workplace. The next time someone turns in work generated by A.I. without an appropriate acknowledgment, simply tell them that moving forward, they need to identify all A.I.-generated work. But it’s also important to take a more expansive approach instead of… Continue Reading

OpenVertebrate Massive Database of 13,000 3D Scans of Vertebrate Specimens

Open Culture: “From The Florida Museum of Natural History comes the openVertebrate project, a new initiative to “provide free, digital 3D vertebrate anatomy models and data to researchers, educators, students and the public.” Introducing the new project (otherwise known as oVert), the museum writes: Between 2017 and 2023, oVert project members took CT scans of… Continue Reading

The Disconnect Between Law Firms and Clients on Use of Gen AI

“Senior leaders at large law firms and executives in corporate legal departments are largely in agreement that Generative Artificial Intelligence (Gen AI) tools are likely to have a dramatic impact on the practice of law in the years ahead. But there are some notable and intriguing gaps between how firm leaders and their clients are… Continue Reading

EEOC Data Reveals 75% Of High Earners Are Men

Forbes – “Data just released by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission exposes a clear gender pay gap, with men outearning women, especially in the highest-paid jobs. The gap is widest for women of color. This week, the EEOC released aggregated pay data collected from businesses in 2017 and 2018. To make this information accessible… Continue Reading

A new archive of modern American political history

Semafor Media – The Cook Political Report, which has tracked the gritty day-to-day of politics for four decades, will put its entire archive online tomorrow, offering a remarkable and nonpartisan window into modern American political history. Charlie Cook launched the publication in 1984 as a simply-printed tipsheet covering political campaigns, and it grew into a… Continue Reading