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Sky-High Salaries Are the Weapons in the AI Talent War
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Sky-High Salaries Are the Weapons in the AI Talent War

If you want to command a multiyear, seven-figure salary, you used to have only four career options: chief executive officer, banker, celebrity entertainer, or pro...

How Nuclear Weapons Research Revealed New Climate Threats
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How Nuclear Weapons Research Revealed New Climate Threats

After atmospheric scientist Ivana Cvijanovic began pushing a computerized climate simulation to its limits, she noticed a disturbing result: as Arctic sea ice nearly...

Mourning John Perry Barlow, the Bard of the Internet
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Mourning John Perry Barlow, the Bard of the Internet

When I first met John Perry Barlow, we became instant soulmates. While that sentence is true for me, it also applies to probably 10,000 other people.

Get Ready For Most Cryptocurrencies to Hit Zero, Goldman Says
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Get Ready For Most Cryptocurrencies to Hit Zero, Goldman Says

The tumble in cryptocurrencies that erased nearly $500 billion of market value over the past month could get a lot worse, according to Goldman Sachs Group Inc.'s...

Beyond Silicon: Researchers Solve a Materials Mystery Key to Next-Generation Electronic Devices
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Beyond Silicon: Researchers Solve a Materials Mystery Key to Next-Generation Electronic Devices

And a team led by University of Wisconsin-Madison materials scientist Chang-Beom Eom has directly observed the missing second half of the duo necessary to move...

How to Design a New Chip on a Budget
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How to Design a New Chip on a Budget

We recently had an interesting exchange with bunnie Huang, hardware guru and creator of Chumby, NetTV, and the Novena laptop, among other things. He's also theHacking...

From Drones to Dredgers: Stop China's Top Tech Falling Into Foreign Hands, Military Warns
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From Drones to Dredgers: Stop China's Top Tech Falling Into Foreign Hands, Military Warns

China's military has raised the alarm about the country's cutting-edge tech falling into foreign hands—as Beijing continues to come under fire from the West for...

Want Awesome Robots? You'll Have to Best These Challenges
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Want Awesome Robots? You'll Have to Best These Challenges

We are living in the midst of a profound technological restructuring of human society. The machines that once only frolicked in science fiction have begun to infiltrate...

Blockchain to Track Congo's Cobalt from Mine to Mobile
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Blockchain to Track Congo's Cobalt from Mine to Mobile

Blockchain is to be used for the first time to try to track cobalt's journey from artisanal mines in Democratic Republic of Congo through to products used in smartphones...

Inside Amazon's Artificial Intelligence Flywheel
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Inside Amazon's Artificial Intelligence Flywheel

In early 2014, Srikanth Thirumalai met with Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos.

How Intel Creates Its Dazzling Drone Light Shows
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How Intel Creates Its Dazzling Drone Light Shows

After the lights went dark in the Monte Carlo resort's Park Theater, a buzzing army of 110 small drones with flickering red lights started to float up to the ceiling...

Columbia Engineers Develop Flexible Lithium Battery For Wearable Electronics
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Columbia Engineers Develop Flexible Lithium Battery For Wearable Electronics

A team of researchers has developed a flexible lithium-ion battery with excellent electrochemical and mechanical properties that make it a promising candidate as...

Every Study We Could Find on What Automation Will Do to Jobs, in One Chart
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Every Study We Could Find on What Automation Will Do to Jobs, in One Chart

You've seen the headlines: "Robots Will Destroy Our Jobs—and We're Not Ready for It." "You Will Lose Your Job to a Robot—and Sooner Than You Think." "Robots May...

Applying Machine Learning to the Universe's Mysteries
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Applying Machine Learning to the Universe's Mysteries

Berkeley Lab scientists and their collaborators used neural networks to analyze simulations of heavy ion collisions.

The Emotional Chatbots Are Here to Probe Our Feelings
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The Emotional Chatbots Are Here to Probe Our Feelings

When Eugenia Kuyda created her chatbot, Replika, she wanted it to stand out among the voice assistants and home robots that had begun to take root in peoples lives...

How Pixar's Cartoon Cheese Led to a Smarter View of Science
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How Pixar's Cartoon Cheese Led to a Smarter View of Science

Ten years ago, a chunk of animated cheese in Pixar's "Ratatouille" captured the imagination of cell biologist Janet Iwasa. So much so that it changed the way she...

Tiny Implant Opens Way to Deliver Drugs Deep Into the Brain
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Tiny Implant Opens Way to Deliver Drugs Deep Into the Brain

Scientists have created a hair-thin implant that can drip medications deep into the brain by remote control and with pinpoint precision.

Physicists Create Star Wars-Style 3D Projections; Just Don't Call Them Holograms
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Physicists Create Star Wars-Style 3D Projections; Just Don't Call Them Holograms

Daniel Smalley has long dreamed of building the kind of 3D holograms that pepper science-fiction films.

Harvard Student Helps Crack Mystery of Inca Code
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Harvard Student Helps Crack Mystery of Inca Code

It's a mystery that has left many scholars flummoxed.

Engineers Create New Architecture For Vaporizable Electronics
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Engineers Create New Architecture For Vaporizable Electronics

Engineers from Cornell University and Honeywell Aerospace have demonstrated a new method for remotely vaporizing electronics into thin air, giving devices the ability...
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