To the Editor

#b#Let’s End Big Money’s Role in Politics#/b#Represent.Us/Central NJ is celebrating a great year — and we’re not done yet. In 2016 two more towns — South Brunswick in April...

Fair Wages Are an American Tradition

Our work in creating this 9/11 issue has brought back memories of two former staffers of U.S. 1. One is Brenda Fallon, who was just preparing to leave home...

To the Editor: Making the Case For Organ Donation

The following letter was sent last week to friends and members of the Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce.For more than 20 years I have been managing my chronic kidney...

To the Editor

#b#Conversation a Boost for Local Journalism#/b#Congratulations to the Lawrence Township Community Foundation (LTCF) for sponsoring a very productive community conversation about the best ways to deliver news to township...

Between The Lines

To the Editor:Week w/o ViolenceAs a community we have an opportunity to take a stand against violence by participating in the 12th Annual YWCA Week Without Violence, which begins...

To the Editor

#b#To the Editor: Mercer Airport An Economic Jewel#/b#The Trenton/Mercer Airport has the potential to become an economic jewel for the entire region. For too long, in my estimation, we...

Between The Lines

While we receive a steady flow of responses to our low-tech and cost-free singles ads (see page 35 for current ads and how to respond to them), we seldom...

To the Editor

#b#Thanks, And A Correction#/b#Thank you, Richard K. Rein, for speaking at Trenton Rotary two weeks ago. I’d like to make one correction to your report in the May 8...

Busy People and Big Ideas

Our readers will have to judge for themselves whether the idea for this issue was any good or not. The idea was that, in celebration of our 25th...

Sticking With Print But Expanding Online

Those of you who are linked online directly to our events database may also want to stop by our home page once in a while. This week is a...

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Facial Recognition: In Fast-Growing Field, Glitches Persist

Patrick Grother discusses the “industrial revolution” recently in facial recognition algorithms to the point where some of them are extremely accurate.