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Baseball Was Way Easier to Predict in 2016, Except for Fly Balls
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Baseball Was Way Easier to Predict in 2016, Except for Fly Balls

Heading into the final week of the regular season, the MLB playoff picture is almost settled.

Why Data Is the New Coal
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Why Data Is the New Coal

"Is data the new oil?" asked proponents of big data back in 2012 in Forbes magazine. By 2016, and the rise of big data's turbo-powered cousin deep learning, westated Fortune...

Scientists Visualize Quantum Behavior of Hot Electrons
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Scientists Visualize Quantum Behavior of Hot Electrons

Scientists have, for the first time, identified a method of visualizing the quantum behavior of electrons on a surface. The findings present a possible step forward...

Phone Makers Could Cut Off Drivers. So Why Don't They?
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Phone Makers Could Cut Off Drivers. So Why Don't They?

The court filings paint a grisly picture: As Ashley Kubiak sped down a Texas highway in her Dodge Ram truck, she checked her iPhone for messages.

What Are the Big Tech Companies Lobbying For This Election?
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What Are the Big Tech Companies Lobbying For This Election?

When US presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump take the stage at Hofstra University in Long Island, New York, for their first formal, head-to-head...

Photons Do the Twist, and Scientists Can Now Measure It
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Photons Do the Twist, and Scientists Can Now Measure It

Researchers at the University of Minnesota have measured the torque generated by light on a silicon chip. Their work could have an impact on scientific devices,...

Moscow Drops Microsoft on Putin's Call for Self-Sufficiency
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Moscow Drops Microsoft on Putin's Call for Self-Sufficiency

Moscow city will replace Microsoft Corp. programs with domestic software on thousands of computers in answer to President Vladimir Putin’s call for Russia's authorities...

HackDartmouth Hosts Over 200 Competitors
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HackDartmouth Hosts Over 200 Competitors

At this year's HackDartmouth, sleep was optional.

Meeting Cellebrite - Israel's Master Phone crackers
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Meeting Cellebrite - Israel's Master Phone crackers

Cellebrite was in the headlines earlier this year when it was rumoured to have helped the FBI to crack an iPhone used by the San Bernardino shooter.

Computer Engineers Boost App Speeds by More Than 9 Percent
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Computer Engineers Boost App Speeds by More Than 9 Percent

Researchers have found a way to boost the speed of computer applications by more than 9 percent with techniques that allow a computer's processor to retrieve data...

Q&A: How Twitter Explains the 2016 Election
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Q&A: How Twitter Explains the 2016 Election

The Electome project compares the content of Twitter conversations with news media coverage of the 2016 U.S. Presidential campaign.

NYU Receives $2.9M Grant to Develop a Holodeck Instrument
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NYU Receives $2.9M Grant to Develop a Holodeck Instrument

An interdisciplinary team of New York University researchers received a $2.9M grant from the U.S. National Science Foundation to develop an integrated software/hardware...

Deep-Sea Microbes, Simple Medical Diagnostic Tools and Complex Computing Win 2016 MacArthur 'Genius Grants'
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Deep-Sea Microbes, Simple Medical Diagnostic Tools and Complex Computing Win 2016 MacArthur 'Genius Grants'

Victoria Orphan, a geobiologist and explorer of marine life on the sea floor, is one of eight scientists to win a 'genius grant' this year from the philanthropic...

The Wikipedia Bots that Are Engaged in Spats that Never End
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The Wikipedia Bots that Are Engaged in Spats that Never End

Is. Isn't. Is. Isn’t. Is. Isn't.

Customer Service Bots Are Getting Better at Detecting Your Agitation
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Customer Service Bots Are Getting Better at Detecting Your Agitation

SRI International, the Silicon Valley research lab where Apple's virtual assistant Siri was born, is working on a new generation of virtual assistants that respond...

Titanic Clash Over CRISPR Patents Turns Ugly
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Titanic Clash Over CRISPR Patents Turns Ugly

Geneticist George Church has pioneered methods for sequencing and altering genomes.

A Conscious Coupling of Magnetic and Electric Materials
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A Conscious Coupling of Magnetic and Electric Materials

Scientists have successfully paired ferroelectric and ferrimagnetic materials so that their alignment can be controlled with a small electric field at near room...

Meet Rutgers' RADICAL Supercomputing Guru
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Meet Rutgers' RADICAL Supercomputing Guru

Rutgers Professor Shantenu Jha wants to enhance personalized medicine, global health, science, and engineering through high-performance computing.

For the Debaters: What Shall We Do About the Tech Careening Our Way?
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For the Debaters: What Shall We Do About the Tech Careening Our Way?

Here's a question I’m hoping comes up at Monday's presidential debate: Secretary Clinton and Mr. Trump, what would you do about self-driving trucks?
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