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Archive Month: October 2019

A tumor ended Cliff Devries’ Olympic dreams, but paralysis can’t stop him from diving | E:60

Cliff Devries is a diving coach at the Rochester Institute of Technology. Undaunted by paralysis on the right side of his form, he celebrates his birthday( October 30) each year with an inspirational dive. E60 shares Cliff’s journey of fearlessnes and hope. Subscribe to ESPN+ https :// plus.espn.com/ Get the ESPN App: http :// www.espn.com/ […]

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Dark mode is everywhere. But is it really better?

Short answer: not really. Its popularity been in a position to more to do with the “bigger minimalism trend” than usability, says one expert. Design forms are notorious for wearing color( guilty as charged) and they aren’t alone: Black was the most popular color in womenswear in 2017, taking up 36% of the market according […]

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Women founders have it tough. Women in “hard tech” have it tougher

The cofounder and CEO of goTenna crunched the numbers, and women industrialists in robotics, artificial intelligence, and wireless get a small fraction of bet fund, It’s worse than you think: By now, most businesspeople know that women-led corporations have raised less than 3% of U.S. venture capital dollars, a number that have continued to be […]

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Biased technology that favors white patients runs rampant in hospitals

A new study had indicated that a widely used algorithm for prophesying which patients get additional care is disproportionately counting out pitch-black patients–and could have left tens of thousands without adequate medical care. Artificial intelligence professionals have been alarming for years that bias in automation could cause unintentional trauma in the future. But it’s also […]

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Is Apple designing airport terminals now?

A cryptic edict from United intimates that Apple is working on a project for the airline company. It’s no secret that Apple depletes a staggering $150 million a year on airplane tickets from United. The engineering corporation buys 50 business class seats every day to fly from San Francisco to Shanghai alone. No disbelieve, all […]

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This 13-year-old invented a better version of the hyperloop

Caroline Crouchley’s design( a finalist at the 2019 3M Young Scientist Challenge) builds on Elon Musk’s meaning but use it to move existing trains–not move only a few people in a pod. As early as 2029, a hyperloop planned for India could potentially be whisking beings between Mumbai and Pune, taking around half an hour […]

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15 horny kitchen gadgets that look just like sex toys

Have you ever seen a kitchen contraption wondered, “Why is this so horny? “ You are not alone, our gutter-minded friend. Sometimes, these items can’t help but be shaped the way they are. Citrus reamers should be required to diminished and submersion blenders need to spin like a vibrator to mush up meat. We’re not […]

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The techno-utopian visions of Google and Facebook are dead. What comes next?

DTAG 1 TT DTAG 2 TT DTAG 3 TT close DTAG 4 TTDTAG 5 TT Palisades inhabitants abscond the arena as a wildfire starts in the Pacific Palisades area of Los Angeles, Monday, Oct. 21, 2019. SPTAG 1 TT( AP Photo/ Christian Monterrosa) “Oh no! ” she captioned an image of smoke pour over the […]

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Ex-Cambridge Analytica employee: If Trump wins in 2020, blame Facebook

Brittany Kaiser, who formerly operated at Cambridge Analytica, argues that Trump’s 2020 expedition is benefiting from Mark Zuckerberg’s decision to allow politicians to lie in ads. This week, Mark Zuckerberg established what appeared to be a big announcement: Facebook is implementing new measures to stop foreign actors from intervening in U.S. politics. From exercising advanced […]

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The biggest barrier to future space exploration is in our heads

With enough time, the technological challenges of sending humans to Mars and beyond are solvable. But psychologically, we’re not ready to go our home. In 1945 British science fiction writer Arthur C. Clarke–now best knows we 2001: A Space Odyssey–correctly predicted the fabrication of satellites, the first of which launched into space in 1958. Then […]

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