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Facebook has been using artificial intelligence to detect if a user might be about engage in self-harm. The same technology may soon be used in other scenarios. Dado Ruvic/Reuters hide caption

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Facebook Increasingly Reliant on A.I. To Predict Suicide Risk

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Manila Maribou State

"Honk if you love equality," reads the side of the bus lawmakers, like Virginia Del. Jennifer Caroll Foy (pictured speaking), have taken around the state to promote ratifying the Equal Rights Amendment. Whittney Evans/WCVE hide caption

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Virginia Could Be The State To Give Women Equal Rights Nationwide

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Rebirth of Slick (Cool Like Dat) Digable Planets

Inmate firefighters battle a California wildfire in July. Qualified inmates can volunteer to be trained in firefighting; in exchange, they are paid $2 a day and an extra $1 per hour when fighting fires. The inmate firefighters also receive sentence reductions. Noah Berger/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Serving Time, And Fighting California Wildfires For $2 A Day

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Still in Love Shuya Okino & Navasha Daya