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Artificial Intelligence and Humans: A Love Story (?)

Can a human love a machine? Can a machine love a human? Should artificial beings enjoy rights, perhaps even the same rights as humans? Ultimately, are humans different from artificial beings, or could we leave behind our biological form and live on as machines? Cutting edge issues that are discussed… More

International Education Week at ACT

Monday, November 13 ACT Students, wear your ACT shirts & Study Abroad students, wear your home school shirt today. Talk to someone from abroad and make a new friend from another school!  Face painting in the ACT Commons! ACT Study Abroad & Exchange Programs: Hear from students sharing about their experiences… More

The First Semester of “Education Unites: From Camp to Campus” has started

Seventy eight young refugees have been enrolled in Athens and Thessaloniki During the first week of October, seventy eight young refugees started their academic studies as part of the "Education Unites: From Camp to Campus" scholarship program, organized by the U.S. Embassy in Athens in collaboration with the American College… More

Margaritis Schinas speaks at ACT on "The Future of Europe"

On Thursday, November 2, 2017, at 10:00 am at the Bissell Library, ACT (The American College of Thessaloniki) hosted a presentation by Mr. Margaritis Schinas, Chief Spokesperson & Deputy Director-General for Communication of the European Commission on ‘The Future of Europe’.   Mr. Schinas started with a historical background to the creation of the European Union emphasizing… More

Over 400 students are living the Study Abroad experience at ACT

On September 25, 2017, ACT opened it's doors to a record number of Study Abroad Students with over 400 students from 24 different Colleges and Universities around the United States.  The American College of Thessaloniki is proud to celebrate its tenth anniversary as the host school for the N.U.in Program from… More
 

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