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Celtics star Jaylen Brown wants to fix American schools

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Robots in hospitals; Messing up the Moon; The ultimate back-to-work pro tip
Hello! Not to freak you out with a privacy scandal on your first day back from celebrating America’s birthday, but it seems that airport security and bar bouncers aren’t the only ones who saw that embarrassing photo on your driver’s license. As it turns out, Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials have been mining state Department of Motor Vehicle databases for facial recognition data for years, raising all kinds of privacy concerns.
But it’s not all bad news. Read on!

From the court to the classroom
In an exclusive interview, Boston Celtics small forward Jaylen Brown discusses his new MIT Media Lab fellowship and how he plans to use the platform to reform education. He’ll handpick a group of 10 kids from some of Boston’s most disadvantaged communities and provide them with the college’s resources. “The goal is to build a scholastic bridge connecting from higher university to our low-income community, reconstructing our education system one step at a time.“
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