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  • 2 days ago
    Current Event manix

    New Peanut Allergy Drug Shows ‘Lifesaving’ Potential

    Ever since a bite-size peanut butter cracker made him sputter and cough and break out in hives when he was a toddler, Carter Grodi has been under doctors’ orders to stay away from peanuts. He brought his own cupcake to school birthday parties, learned to read food labels, and turned 15 without ever tasting a Kit Kat, Twix or Three Musketeers bar, all of which may contain traces of peanut because they are made in facilities that process the nuts.

  • 6 days ago
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    The Last Word: Stan Lee

    Stan Lee, one of the most influential writers and publishers in the comic book industry, sat down with The New York Times in 2015 to talk about his life and career.

  • 9 days ago
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    Why Windows Phone Failed - And How They Could've Saved It

  • 13 days ago
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    Robots replace 20,000 workers at Amazon

    During christmas time, Amazon traditionally hires thousands of seasonal workers to meet the sharp rise in demand. However, the number of these workers is said to be declining by almost 20,000 this year. The reason for this is the ongoing automation.

  • 2 weeks ago
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    Air Force launches $100K challenge for ‘space awareness innovators’

    Air Force: “The need for timely and accurate object tracking is paramount to the defense of space."

  • 3 weeks ago
    Expression manix

    The Economic Value of Artificial Intelligence

    Companies slow to adopt AI-based productivity improvements be warned: Artificial intelligence is the biggest commercial opportunity for companies, industries and nations over the next few decades, according to a recent report from PwC. AI advances will increase global GDP by up to 14% between now and 2030, the equivalent of an additional $15.7 trillion contribution to the world’s economy.

  • 1 month ago
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    iPhone XR review: For once, cheaper is better

    By definition, the iPhone XR is lacking. Its screen resolution is less than 1080p, the bezels are thicker than on most other phones with edge-to-edge displays, and the display is an LCD instead of an OLED. It has just one camera on the back, not two. Its frame is aluminum instead of stainless steel. It’s not as thin as many iPhones, including last year's models.

  • 1 month ago
    Current Event manix

    Stephen Hawking’s final papers predict the future will be super-rich superhumans vs. regular humans

    A collection of the brilliant physicist’s final papers will be published tomorrow in a book called Brief Answers to the Big Questions, but the U.K.’s Sunday Times revealed some excerpts early. In the papers, Hawking mused on the future of everything from artificial intelligence to aliens. But one of the most unsettling things Hawking talks about is the inevitability of the super rich being able to afford to edit their genes and the genes of their offspring through technologies like CRISPR to...

  • 1 month ago
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    30 million user accounts stolen in huge hack, Facebook says

    Some 30 million user accounts were stolen in a huge hack of Facebook, the company has confirmed. The breach – the worst in the company’s history – appears to have been carried out by an unnamed attacker, Facebook suggested. It said the FBI was “actively investigating” the hacker, and that it had “asked us not to discuss who may be behind this attack”.

  • 1 month ago
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    New Jersey cracks down on events hosted by microbreweries

    When lawmakers passed a law six years ago allowing microbreweries to serve their products in-house and sell more beer to go, they hoped to give New Jersey’s fledgling craft beer industry a boost. But microbreweries in the state have now become too active in the eyes of some, prompting the state to crack down on the number of events they can host each year.

  • 1 month ago
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    Germany launches world's first autonomous tram in Potsdam

    Norbert Gresing shook his head as two teenage boys, deep in conversation and wearing earplugs, stepped out in front of his tram. “This is the type of situation I face every day,” said the tram driver, who has 25 years of experience under his belt, as he rang his bell. The boys, apparently oblivious to the green and white 10-tonne, 19-metre-long vehicle, appeared as bright green figures surrounded by fuzzy yellow dots on the screen in front of Gresing.

  • 2 months ago
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    Orwellian Nightmare: A German Couple Winds Up on U.S. No-Fly List

    Karina Marnissi and her husband Isam had been looking forward to their vacation in Cuba. Relaxing under the palm trees of the Caribbean and enjoying the charms of Havana seemed just the thing. On July 20, they traveled from Stuttgart to the Munich Airport with tickets and visas in their pockets. They had already checked in. All they had to do was check their luggage for the Eurowings flight to Varadero. But they would never make it onto the plane.

  • 2 months ago
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    Labrador saves man from 50-year sentence

    A man from Oregon has been freed from a 50-year jail term after his case unravelled following the discovery of a labrador dog he allegedly killed. Joshua Horner, 42, was convicted in 2017 for alleged child sexual abuse. The complainant in the case had said Mr Horner shot the labrador in front of her in order to deter her from reporting his crimes to the police. But the dog was discovered alive living with new owners by the Oregon Innocence Project, who were reviewing his case.

  • 2 months ago
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    Experiencing homelessness for longer than six months can cause significant damage to a child's heal

    Researchers at Children's HealthWatch, based out of Boston Medical Center (BMC), found that children who experienced both pre- and post-natal homelessness and those who experienced homelessness for longer than six months were at highest risk of negative health outcomes. These findings, published in Pediatrics, illustrate the urgent need to intervene and rapidly house children and families experiencing homelessness to minimize the negative health outcomes.