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For Start-Ups, How Many Angels Is Too Many?
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For Start-Ups, How Many Angels Is Too Many?

Shortly after presenting her start-up to potential investors at a conference, Nancy Hua was bombarded by eager suitors.

Building Blocks Focus on Email Security and PIV Credentials
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Building Blocks Focus on Email Security and PIV Credentials

NIST  has proposed two new cybersecurity building blocks, one to help organizations improve the security of email, the other to enable mobile devices to provide...

Car Dashboards That Act Like Smart Phones Raise Safety Issues
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Car Dashboards That Act Like Smart Phones Raise Safety Issues

When it comes to dashboard displays that are more like smart phones, two things are clear: Customers want them, and automakers are intent on supplying them.

Autonomous Taxis Would Deliver Significant Environmental and Economic Benefits
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Autonomous Taxis Would Deliver Significant Environmental and Economic Benefits

A new study from Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory found that a fleet of driverless taxis would be cost-effective and would greatly reduce per-mile greenhouse...

Meet Our Future RoboSimian Heroes
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Meet Our Future RoboSimian Heroes

Not all robots are built for war and destruction.

Researchers Help Reconstruct Possible Michelangelo Bronzes
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Researchers Help Reconstruct Possible Michelangelo Bronzes

Researchers from the University of Warwick and the University of Cambridge have used the latest technology to make accurate replicas of two Renaissance bronze...

Machine Ethics: The Robot's Dilemma
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Machine Ethics: The Robot's Dilemma

In his 1942 short story 'Runaround', science-fiction writer Isaac Asimov introduced the Three Laws of Robotics—engineering safeguards and built-in ethical principles...

As More Tech Start-Ups Stay Private, So Does the Money
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As More Tech Start-Ups Stay Private, So Does the Money

Not long ago, if you were a young, brash technologist with a world-conquering start-up idea, there was a good chance you spent much of your waking life working...

Gonzaga Lab Provides Wireless Insight
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Gonzaga Lab Provides Wireless Insight

Gonzaga University's Smart Antenna and Radio Laboratory provides research opportunities to faculty and students looking to meet increasing demand for reliable...

Online Course Specializes in Interaction Design
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Online Course Specializes in Interaction Design

The University of California, San Diego is offering an online course on how to design great user experiences and technologies. Professor Scott Klemmer began teaching...

No Internet? No Problem. Inside Cuba's Tech Revolution
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No Internet? No Problem. Inside Cuba's Tech Revolution

Robin Pedraja, a lanky 28-year-old former design student from Havana, walked into the Cuban government’s office of periodicals and publications early last year...

An Eerie Drone Flight Under London's Streets
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An Eerie Drone Flight Under London's Streets

The view begins high above the London rooftops, the kind of eye-view usually seen only by crane operators working in cramped cabins.

What Washington Really Knows About the Internet of Things
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What Washington Really Knows About the Internet of Things

President Barack Obama wears a FitBit monitor on his wrist to count his steps and calories, and has waxed poetic about the power of wearable technology to "give...

Helping Students Stick With MOOCs
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Helping Students Stick With MOOCs

MIT researchers have developed a prediction model that could help identify students at risk for dropping out of massive open online courses.

2015 STEM Index Shows Gender, Racial Gaps Widen
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2015 STEM Index Shows Gender, Racial Gaps Widen

The 2015 U.S. News/Raytheon STEM Index shows that, despite the efforts of corporations and non-profits, the gender and racial gaps in science, technology, engineering...

Technology and The Evolution of Storytelling
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Technology and The Evolution of Storytelling

It is such an exciting time to be a filmmaker.

MIT’s Bitcoin-Inspired 'Enigma' Lets Computers Mine Encrypted Data
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MIT’s Bitcoin-Inspired 'Enigma' Lets Computers Mine Encrypted Data

The cryptography behind bitcoin solved a paradoxical problem: a currency with no regulator, that nonetheless can't be counterfeited.

When a Company Is Put Up for Sale, in Many Cases, Your Personal Data Is, Too
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When a Company Is Put Up for Sale, in Many Cases, Your Personal Data Is, Too

The privacy policy for Hulu, a video-streaming service with about nine million subscribers, opens with a declaration that the company "respects your privacy."

Can an Algorithm Hire Better Than a Human?
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Can an Algorithm Hire Better Than a Human?

Hiring and recruiting might seem like some of the least likely jobs to be automated.
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