It’s no coincidence that Alan Turing, one of the most influential computer scientists of all time, started his 1950 treatise on computing with the question “Can machines think?” From our science fiction to our research labs, we have long questioned whether the creation of artificial versions of ourselves will somehow help us uncover the origin of our own consciousness… Read More
Erika Arriaran scored 21 points to lead No. 13 Texas to a 110-76 win over Saint Mary’s 110-76 in the second round of the World Vision Classic on Sunday.
Clinton Portis helped set up a score on Washington’s opening drive after starting despite a sprained knee, DeAngelo Hall intercepted Tony Romo, and the Redskins led the Dallas Cowboys 7-0 after the first quarter Sunday night.
Malia and Sasha Obama will have to wait at least two more months for that puppy their dad promised them.
James Bond’s quantum of the weekend box office: $70.4 million. “Quantum of Solace,” with Daniel Craig returning as Bond for the first direct sequel in the spy franchise, pulled in nearly $30 million more over opening weekend than its predecessor, 2006’s “Casino Royale,” according to studio estimates Sunday.
The only thing perfect on a snowy, frigid day when the weather and the offenses were equally awful was San Diego’s regular-season record in Pittsburgh.
An obese inmate nicknamed “Big Mike” was granted early parole because a Canadian prison could not accommodate his 430-pound frame.
Authorities say an 11-year-old boy hit his mother in the head with a saw and then offered her $5 not to call police. The St. Lucie County Sheriff’s Office reported that the boy and his 41-year-old mother got into an argument Wednesday when she was trying to get him to take his medication.