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25 Funny Tweets That Capture Parenting In The Age Of Alexa And Siri
"My toddler has accidentally used Siri more than I have intentionally used Siri."
19 Plausible Reasons Your Text Was Ignored, According To Twitter
“I thought I’d replied in my head and went to sleep.” ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
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Preparing For The Future Means Understanding It — But Is The Future Workforce In The Know?
By Shannon Schuyler, chief corporate responsibility officer, PwC I’m not a software developer, a data analytics professional
How 'Searching' Rewrote The Rules For Live-Action Filmmaking
“There was really, really no part of this process that looks remotely similar to a live-action movie,” director Aneesh Chaganty said of his thriller starring John Cho.
These 5 Women Are Using Blockchain To Empower Communities
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Thea Sommerseth Myhren Thea Sommerseth Myhren is the founder and CEO of Diwala, a blockchain-based skill platform that gives
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Searching For A Cure For Japan's Loneliness Epidemic
As traditional family-based communities fracture, robot companions are becoming much more common.
First Permanent U.S. Drone Course Opens
The drone course in Burlington, Vermont is the first of its kind in the U.S.
5 Inspiring Young Women Who Are Leading The Way In STEM
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Cassidy Williams Growing up, Cassidy Williams loved math and engineering. She first discovered coding in middle school when
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The Netherlands Plans To Build World's First Habitable 3D-Printed Concrete Homes
The new technique could transform housing.
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Big Tech Companies Are So Powerful That A Nation Sent An Ambassador To Them
Introducing the Danish envoy to Silicon Valley and beyond.
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When We Talk About Automation, We Also Need To Talk About Race
By Serena Maria Daniels, On Assignment For HuffPost
People of color are likely to be disproportionately affected when the robots come for our jobs.
Amazon Echo Raises Privacy Concerns
One family’s Amazon Echo recorded an entire conversation and sent it to a random contact without their permission.
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Amazon Is Selling Cops Its Facial Recognition Tool. That’s A Bad, Potentially Racist Move.
Facial recognition software often does not properly identify darker-skinned people.
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Alexa Can Remember Birthdays And Other Things For You Now
By Brian Heater, TechCrunch
Last week at a conference in France, Amazon announced a new Alexa feature that makes it possible to use the smart assistant
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Factory Jobs Aren't Coming Back To Cities Like Flint, Whatever Trump Says
By Scott Atkinson, On assignment for HuffPost
“A job that was taken by a robot 30 years ago ... is not coming back."
Mutant Enzyme Eats Plastic
The breakthrough could help save the globe from the growing plastic pollution crisis.
Tiny Towns, Small States Bet On Bitcoin Even As Some Shun Its Miners
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Bitcoin enthusiasts envision a world in which the entire economy runs on blockchain technology, allowing people to buy their
Self-Driving Car Crash Leaves 1 Dead
A self-driving car that was being tested by Uber was involved in the death of pedestrian in Arizona.
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I Quit Spying On My Teenager And Learned Why I Didn't Need To
At some point, you just have to let go of fixing everything for them.
Oprah Donates To 'A Wrinkle In Time' Fundraiser
Taylor Richardson raised $50,000 to help send girls to see "A Wrinkle In Time" and Oprah Winfrey matched her funds.
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How To Protect Your Child Online, According To A Cybersecurity Expert
"My heart aches every time I get a call from a parent desperately asking if I can remove the nudes of their kid from the internet."
'Black Panther' Star Hopes To Inspire Girls
Letitia Wright wants "Black Panther" to encourage girls to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and math.
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Why ‘Cloud Seeding’ Is Increasingly Attractive To The Thirsty West
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Eight states have active cloud seeding programs, and many districts in arid areas view the technology as an important tool.
A Boston Dynamics Robot Has Figured Out Door Levers. Sleep Tight!
Prepare to be amazed -- and/or terrified.
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How Tech Experts Tackle The Issue Of Screen Time With Their Kids
Digital devices make up a huge part of their lives, but how do they handle them in their own homes?
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Solar Jobs Fell For The First Time In 7 Years In 2017. Now Trump Could Make It Worse.
Alexander C. Kaufman
The new tariffs the White House announced last month are likely to make things worse for the industry.
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