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November 20, 2018

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In The Know Prevails over Centennial

The Wise Guys: Lucas Huang, Gabe Taub, Andrew Cahall and Aden Weiser. Courtesy/Dr. Morris   On September 24, Academy’s In-the-Know team faced Centennial High School at the Fawcett Center on Ohio State University’s campus.    In-the-Know, a quiz-bowl styled program, hosts two teams of four from schools throughout central and southern Ohio. Questions cover a wide variety

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Fake News’ Next Format: Video

Harmful political and social remarks can be created through deepfakes. (Unsplash, CC0) In the past decade, the shift from hard-copy to online news has made spreading misinformation effortless, and this problem only gets worse as technology continues to advance. Deepfakes, the result of video editing supported by artificial intelligence, is the newest addition to the

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SpaceX’s Flourishing Influence Over Space Exploration

Two of the Falcon Heavy’s side boosters successfully land. (Unsplash, CC0) The Space Exploration Technologies Corporation, more commonly known as SpaceX, has made it publicly known that allowing humans to live in an interplanetary fashion—along with making space travel more efficient—is its main goal. As of late, the company has experienced an unprecedented amount of

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Google Makes the Right Call With Google Assistant

Google Home, which implements Google Assistant, could soon be used to make autonomous phone calls. unsplash.com. From May 8-10, Google hosted its annual Google I/O, a developer festival, in Mountain View, California. Each year, this event features in-depth sessions aimed at building web, mobile, and business applications with Google. This year’s festival introduced a new Android

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Opinion & Editorial

FCC Should Decline Call for a T-Mobile & Sprint Merger 

(Wikimedia Commons)  For the past week, the announcement of a merger between cellular giants T-Mobile and Sprint has upended the telecom world. Touting improved coverage and unprecedented technology, the two corporations are rapidly moving toward realizing this partnership.  But what exactly does this mean for America’s nearly 240 million cellular consumers?  Sprint customers—specifically—could see enhanced

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News-Covering Bots Automate Reporting

Who knows? This report just might be computer-created. (unsplash.com) People receive news from numerous different sources on a daily basis, as newspapers like The New York Times or The Guardian are major providers of information on a variety of news. Since 2014, some of the articles delivered by these media outlets may be computer-generated, as

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A&E

360 Degree Videos for this Year’s Project Discover

Andrew Barren’22 created 360 degree films for Project Discover. Jacob Liu’20/Staff) Every year around March, Columbus Academy 8th graders begin participating in Project Discover. As the name suggests, the project gives students the opportunity to explore new interests such as music, art, dancing, or in Andrew Barren’s case, 360 degree videos. Barren initially became fascinated

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A&E

Fortnite Parachutes into Gaming Industry

A Fortnite avatar drifts down towards the battlefield on his glider. (unsplash.com) Fortnite, a game developed by Epic Games for both PC and console, was first released in late June of last year. After the launch of its Battle Royale mode in September, the game’s active player base blew up, totalling 30 million downloads in

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