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The Auckland Writers Festival will take place 23-28 August, with a number of University creatives taking part.

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The oldest human ‘technology’, stone artefacts, can now be distinguished from rock by the most sophisticated of technologies; artificial intelligence.

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The changing position of female performers in Bollywood is the focus of University of Auckland doctoral candidate Kooshna Gupta’s research.

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