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Law - Mar 6

Since the Taliban's return to power in Afghanistan in August 2021, women judges throughout the country have lost their jobs, had their lives threatened, and have been forced to evacuate or go into hiding.

Health - Mar 2

Science, Health & Technology. Brett Goldhawk A team of researchers from the University of British Columbia and BC Cancer have developed an artificial intelligence (AI) model that predicts cancer patient survival more accurately and with more readily available data than previous tools.

Campus - Mar 1

For Matthew Ramsey This story was not written by ChatGPT. Or was it? It's the kind of question many university professors are now asking themselves as they seek to evaluate student work while the capacity and capability of artificial intelligence systems such as ChatGPT expands almost on a daily basis.

Health - Feb 28

The B.C. government is to present its 2023 budget today. UBC experts will be available to comment on various areas of provincial spending. Climate, Environment and Natural Resources.

Innovation - Feb 21

People around the world have been impressed with ChatGPT , a new chatbot developed by OpenAI that uses natural language processing (NLP) to seemingly answer any question.

Environment - Mar 2

As the United Nations marks World Wildlife Day on March 3, UBC zoology Kaitlyn Gaynor (she/her) discusses how climate change is affecting wildlife, and why that can spell bad news for humans and animals alike.

Event - Mar 1

For the first time since 2019, more than 600 high school students, teachers and coaches from across B.C. will assemble in person on the UBC Vancouver campus for the UBC Physics Olympics, one of the largest and longest-running high-school physics competitions in North America.

Health - Feb 27

Science, Health & Technology Brett Goldhawk New UBC research shows that midwives in British Columbia are providing safe primary care for pregnancies of all medical risk levels, contrary to a popular belief that midwives mostly manage low-risk pregnancies.

Environment - Feb 21

Science, Health & Technology. Erik Rolfsen Health Canada is currently reviewing regulations for pesticides in Canada, and three UBC researchers say regulators might want to consider what happened in Japan.

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