How autonomous car programming might be improved

California is one of the states where testing of autonomous vehicles has been occurring, but according to one professor, there is a flaw in the way these vehicles learn to drive. He says that self-driving cars should not be taught to drive like humans because they then make the same errors that humans do. The […]

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College Scholarships

There are many online resources to help begin the college scholarship process. Simply search college scholarships. However, beware, the number of scholarships available may overwhelmed you. The key is to first, narrow down the opportunities to a list of scholarships which apply to your strengths and interests.  Next, create a well-reasoned, well-written and informative scholarship […]

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Helping Clients Recover From the Devastating Effects of Sexual Assault

Victims of sexual assault or abuse can suffer a lifetime of emotional and physical damages.  Oftentimes, the criminal justice system lets these victims down by failing to prosecute the sex offenders or failing to obtain a conviction against these offenders. Many sexual assault incidents are not prosecuted because of the difficulty of overcoming the burden […]

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How conversation can distract drivers

Drivers in California may not be aware of the state’s laws regarding cell phone use; for example, it prohibits all drivers from texting and has a ban on cellphone use for school bus drivers and for drivers under 18. The reason is that using cellphones while driving is a form of distracted driving. A recent […]

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Tyrone Maho Assists DPHS Mock Trial to State Finals

This past weekend, Tyrone Maho helped coach the Dos Pueblos High School Mock Trial to an impressive 9th place finish in the 37th Annual California Mock Trial Finals in Santa Ana, California. This prestigious event was hosted by the Constitutional Rights Foundation, which introduced mock trial to California in 1980.   Mock Trial fosters understanding […]

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