Go is a game often mistaken for a verb in the English language. It requires skill, intelligence, discernment, and was for some time thought to be too complex for a machine to play.
But now no more! Go champion Lee Se-Dol, one of the best if not the best players in the world, recently lost a second time to Google's AlphaGo computer.
In a match watched by hundreds of thousands of South Koreans, Lee lost for a second-straight time to the machine, further proving that robots are indeed on the verge of taking over. more >>
The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Washington is speaking out against a Georgetown University student group that has invite Planned Parenthood President Cecile Richards to be a featured guest at an upcoming event.
Earlier this month the university's Lecture Fund announced that Richards — who has overseen over 2.8 million abortions as president of Planned Parenthood since 2006 — is going to speak at an event accessible only to Georgetown students and faculty.
"What we lament and find sadly lacking in this choice by the student group is any reflection of what should be an environment of morality, ethics and human decency that one expects on a campus that asserts its Jesuit and Catholic history and identity," the Archdiocese said in a statement Monday. more >>
Conservative author, pundit, and filmmaker Dinesh D'Souza has gotten tons of attention for his latest cinematic project, "Hillary's America."
At the center of the film is the apparent argument that Democrats have been the scourge of American history and how Hillary Clinton will continue the trend.
The trailer wowed audiences at the Conservative Political Action Conference and has gone viral on YouTube, accruing almost a half million views in less than a week. more >>
Just when you thought that panda bears could not get any cuter than they already are, prepare to be proven wrong when one of them falls into a ravine (don't worry, no one gets hurt).
In a video posted to YouTube, a panda who lives at a zoo in Japan found itself gradually sliding down an artificial hill within the complex.
Wearing oddly appropriate attire, zookeepers at Adventure World in Wakayama were playing with the adorable creature until it slipped to the bottom of a trench placed by the enclosure wall. more >>
For a sizable portion of America, the War of Iraq was not simply wrong because it is a war. It was wrong because we were misled into it, with President George W. Bush lying about weapons of mass destruction to get us there.
Or did he?
New York Times journalist Judith Miller argues differently. She was one of the journalists who was given information about WMDs in Iraq in the early 2000s. more >>
After years of toil and hard work, constantly being told they were never good enough, The Christian Post has finally been recognized by one of the most distinguished publications created within the last few weeks.
The Babylon Bee recently gave exposure to CP and its unprecedented pioneering endeavor to become an ad-only website.
The article quoted CP CEO Will Anderson, who championed the transition to ad-only website as "serving up exactly what our customers have come to expect from us: ads, ads, and more ads, without apology, subtlety, or any tact whatsoever." more >>