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How Rwanda Built A Drone Delivery Service

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Scientists Create Liquid Fuel That Can Store The Sun's Energy For Up to 18 Years

No matter how abundant or renewable, solar power has a thorn in its side. There is still no cheap and efficient long-term storage for the energy that it generat

sciencealert.com · 1 Replies · 8 months

Zuckerberg Plans to Integrate WhatsApp, Instagram and Facebook Messenger

For Facebook, the move also offers avenues for making money from Instagram and WhatsApp. WhatsApp currently generates little revenue; Instagram produces ad reve

nytimes.com · 1 Replies · 8 months

The Tech Revolt

The Tech Revolt A sometimes pointed, sometimes resigned conversation with engineers, designers, research scientists, and job candidates who are pushing for a mo

story.californiasunday.com · 1 Replies · 8 months

U.S. Health Care Spending Highest Among Developed Countries

January 7, 2019 U.S. Health Care Spending Highest Among Developed Countries Americans on average continue to spend much more for health care—while getting les

jhsph.edu · 1 Replies · 9 months

America’s public schools seldom bring rich and poor together – and MLK would disapprove

Five decades after the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr., many carry on his legacy through the struggle for racially integrated schools. Yet as King put i

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Spotify is in talks to buy Gimlet for more than $200 million. That’s a big deal for the podcasting world.

Spotify, which has been trying to branch out of the streaming music business, is getting ready to make its first big move into podcasting: It plans to pay more

recode.net · 0 Replies · 8 months

Brain-Computer Interface Can Translate Thoughts Into Speech

Neuroengineers have created a new system that can translate simple thoughts into recognizable speech, using artificial intelligence and a speech synthesizer, ac

inverse.com · 0 Replies · 8 months

San Francisco proposal would ban government facial recognition use in the city

A San Francisco lawmaker is introducing legislation today that would make the city the first in the nation to ban the government use of facial recognition techn

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Trading Computer: Any recommendations?

Looking for a new computer that I can use when trading. The software I am using is Metatrader 4 and in future MT5. I came across these computers - https://www.b

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New research says intelligent people are messy, stay up late, and curse a lot

Even though a lot of people don't enjoy the use of curse words, it is said that the more you swear the smarter you actually are. A recent study has found that

higherperspectives.com · 0 Replies · 8 months

Former Uber CEO Travis Kalanick said to plot China comeback with ‘shared kitchen’ business

Former Uber Technologies chief executive Travis Kalanick may be considering plans to bring shared kitchens to China, according to people familiar with the matte

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International treaty needed to stop 'Big Food' industry driving obesity and climate change, report says

Lobbying by multinational corporations and trillions in government subsidies for unsustainable agriculture and fossil fuels are driving obesity, malnutrition an

independent.co.uk · 1 Replies · 8 months

MIT researchers develop a new, faster 3D brain imaging technique

MIT researchers develop a new, faster 3D brain imaging technique Researchers from MIT have announced that they have developed a new way to image the brain with

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David Attenborough tells Davos: ‘The Garden of Eden is no more’

Human activity has created a new era yet climate change can be stopped, says naturalist Sir David Attenborough has warned that “the Garden of Eden is no more”,

theguardian.com · 0 Replies · 8 months

Instacart CEO reaffirms IPO is 'definitely' on the horizon

New York (CNN) Once part of the team at Amazon, Instacart CEO Apoorva Mehta is now up against the e-commerce giant. Instacart, the popular on-demand grocery de

edition.cnn.com · 0 Replies · 8 months

Second woman carrying gene-edited baby, Chinese authorities confirm

Police to investigate He Jiankui after last year’s claim to have altered the DNA of twin girls A second woman became pregnant during the experiment to create t

theguardian.com · 1 Replies · 8 months

Elon Musk says he could build new particle accelerator tunnel for cheap

Fabrice Coffrini/Jackson Ryan/VCG/Getty Images If you want to build a particle accelerator -- the biggest particle accelerator ever -- you're going to need a r

cnet.com · 1 Replies · 8 months

Microsoft CTO: Understanding AI is part of being an informed citizen in the 21st century

Microsoft CTO Kevin Scott believes understanding AI in the future will help people become better citizens. “I think to be a well-informed citizen in the 21st c

venturebeat.com · 0 Replies · 8 months

A Future with Elon Musk’s Neuralink

There was an announcement made last year that a Chinese scientist called Dr He Jiankui had used the gene-editing technique Crispr and managed to the world’s fir

itmunch.com · 1 Replies · 9 months

Ideas for Future Museums

The Museum of Memory-Foam Fossils Visitors to MoMFF will gather around glass vitrines containing foam fragments that bear the physical traces of personal massa

newyorker.com · 0 Replies · 9 months

Bloomberg likely to spend $100 million on potential 2020 campaign for president

Billionaire Mike Bloomberg is prepared to spend well over the $100 million he put into his last campaign for New York City mayor if he runs for president in 202

cnbc.com · 1 Replies · 9 months

Google is working on radar-sensing tech that could make any object smart

Share The dream of the smart home is that every object in our houses can communicate with every other one. But, as great as that sounds on paper, it’s not very

digitaltrends.com · 0 Replies · 9 months

The Reflective Level of Emotional Design

“Few products become iconic in people's lives in the way that, say, the Sony® Walkman® did. The iPod is quickly ascending to that status. Clearly there are some

interaction-design.org · 1 Replies · 9 months


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