NEWS AGENDA: September 17 - 21


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NEWS AGENDA: September 17 – 21

George Engels is looking at China’s Belt and Road Initiative  and its implications for global maritime. Read his recent story about the decline in global press freedoms.

Harry Ridgewell is researching a story about how more or fewer working hours could impact productivity. Read his recent story on the Loebner Prize, which was awarded at Bletchley Park on September 8. The prize is an annual competition which awards programs focusing on artificial intelligence.

Charles Turner will be writing about the rise of companies owned by workers, either as cooperatives or more typical corporate ownership structures. Read his recent story about how residents in California are struggling to recover their homes after a summer of forest fires.

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