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Abstract 3D wireframe neural cells and network

The National Science Foundation and Advancement in Artificial Intelligence

Early in his career, IEEE fellow and retired National Science Foundation program director Paul Werbos developed the neural network training algorithm known as error backpropagation, which has been foundational to the vast majority of today's advances in artificial intelligence. Read More ›
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Saving for education
Saving for education

Student Loans: Payment Optional

No one forced students to borrow thousands of dollars for pricey college tuition. So why should taxpayers pick up the tab for Americans who likely will make more money than non-college graduates? Read More ›
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Mitochondria - microbiology 3d illustration

Cornelius Hunter on Evolution’s Ever-Receding Mitochondria Ancestor

On this ID the Future from the vault, biophysicist Cornelius Hunter explains how mitochondria, the powerhouses of eukaryotic cells, pose a powerful and growing problem for evolution. Read More ›
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Canceled Science

Eric Hedin, author of Canceled Science, explains how he was canceled by the scientific establishment and reflects on the lessons he learned during the experience. He also discusses scientific evidence which points to a Creator. This talk was presented at the 2022 Dallas Conference on Science and Faith in January 2022.

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Medved, Berlinski Take on Steven Pinker and Whig History

On this ID the Future, Human Nature author and polymath David Berlinski and radio host Michael Medved discuss everything from human depravity, the burning of Notre Dame, and the Russian invasion of Ukraine to the Big Bang and a quixotic century-old pact to ban war. Read More ›
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O. Carter Snead on Bioethics

Perhaps no field in society has the naked power, as does bioethics, to impact our individual lives and those of the ones we love. Bioethics focuses on the challenges of mortality, how we care for the ill and vulnerable, and the rights and responsibilities that flow from being a member of the human family Read More ›
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Learn all about these heroes of the microscopic world—and how they provide compelling evidence for intelligent design. Hosted by by bestselling author and biochemist Michael Behe, the first season of Secrets of the Cell recently surpassed more than 1.4 million views on YouTube. The season’s episodes were also re-edited into a half-hour program that was broadcast worldwide on cable and satellite TV.

Bacteria — Superheroes of the Microbial World

We invite you to join biochemist Michael Behe as he explores marvels of the microscopic world, including bacteria with their own navigation systems, microbes that eat plastic waste, and microscopic bugs that can shoot 60 molecular “bullets” per second. This is Episode 6 of Behe’s popular video series Secrets of the Cell. Learn all about these heroes of the microscopic Read More ›

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Günter Bechly on Fossils and Common Descent, Pt 2

From the vault: German paleontologist Günter Bechly is co-author (with Stephen C. Meyer) of the chapter titled "The Fossil Record and Universal Common Ancestry" in the book Theistic Evolution: A Scientific, Philosophical, and Theological Critique. Read More ›