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“You need to use your human intelligence. No AI will take this away from you. … You need to just realize how beautiful this is, to be a human. And you will see that you can do so many more things, thanks to this [technology]." — Léonard Boussioux (above) of the University of Washington's Foster School of Business explains how he teaches AI in the classroom and thinks about the future of human creativity, on a new episode of the GeekWire Podcast.

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Apollo 8 astronaut Bill Anders, who snapped the iconic “Earthrise” photo of our planet as seen from lunar orbit, died Friday in a plane crash in waters off the San Juan Islands. Anders made history in 1968 when he snapped the famous "Earthrise" picture showing the planet peeking above the moon's horizon. Read more.

The dream of having people live and work in space goes back at least as far as 1869 — a full century before humans walked on the moon. That’s just one of the fun facts you’ll learn from the Museum of Flight’s new exhibition, “Home Beyond Earth,” which opens today.

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