“Brittany Wenger isn’t your average high-school senior: She taught the computer how to diagnose leukemia.
The 18-year-old student from Sarasota, Fla. built a custom, cloud-based “artificial neural network” to find patterns in genetic expression profiles to diagnose patients with an aggressive form of cancer called mixed-lineage leukemia (MLL). Simply put, this means Wenger taught the computer how to diagnose leukemia by creating a diagnostic tool for doctors to use.”
"As sometimes happens, the legislation that emerged was far too broad, and would have had ramifications that neither he nor the Commonwealth’s attorney’s office ever intended. Sen. Obenshain is strongly against imposing any added burden for women who suffer a miscarriage, and that was never the intent of the legislation."
Plains, Georgia, U.S. President JIMMY CARTER takes a forceful swing during a softball game at his alma mater - Plains High School in Plains, Georgia. Catching is James Wooten of The New York Times and the ump is Ralph Nader dressed in a heavy wool suit in the 90+ degree heat of south Georgia. Carter captained his softball team made up of mostly burly US Secret Service agents and played against a team of reporters captained by his brother, Billy Carter.
Still unconfirmed that Carter taunted Nader with an “unsafe at any tweed” joke before swinging for the stands.
The sitting Congress has the most women of any in history. Artist Emily Nemens is capturing each of them in paint, and using their likenesses in graphics to show how far we still have to go to bring gender equality to Washington.