Category Archives: The Media

Could be Either, Right?

Real or Onion: Study Reveals That Girls Who Play Princess Grow Up With Skewed Perceptions Of The Role Of Modern Monarchy In A Democratic Society

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Real or Onion?

Florida House Speaker apologizes for referring to pregnant women as “host bodies” in interview on abortion.

Fooled me. Need to lower my filters.

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Real or Onion?

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Florida School Hires 2 Former Combat Veterans to Take Down Active Shooters

I guessed wrong.  It really is getting harder to tell.

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Another One

Real or The Onion?  “Blind creature that buries head in sand named after Donald Trump

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You Guess

Real or The Onion?  Soldier Has Suspicion Murder Charge Due To His Admission On Live TV  You be the judge.  Answer below.


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I’m on the ‘This Week in Health Law’ Podcast

Nicholas Terry of Indianan University was kind enough to ask me to join him and other experts on episode 151 (!) of  his podcast, This Week in Health Law (TWIHL) which was devoted to AI and health care:


I am joined by Abbe Gluck, Professor of Law and the Faculty Director of the Solomon Center for Health Law and Policy at Yale Law School. In November 2018 her team pulled together an excellent roundtable on “The Law and Policy of AI, Robotics, and Telemedicine in Health Care.” This episode of TWIH is the first of two taking a deeper dive into just a few of the  issues that were so well presented at the roundtable. Here we were joined by Michael Froomkin, the Laurie Silvers and Mitchell Rubenstein Distinguished Professor of Law at the University of Miami School of Law and by Nicholson Price, Assistant Professor of Law at The University of Michigan Law School. Topics ranged from consent in the next generation of healthcare research to data protection, and appropriate regulatory models.

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