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https://www.technocracy.news, By: Heidi Hall

Sterling Ranch, built to be a sustainable-development laboratory, is a hotbed of research for every Smart City urban planner in the world. Residents have submitted themselves to every conceivable intrusive and invasive monitoring technology, to be po

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http://insideevs.com, by Steven Loveday

Now that it's been verified that Tesla Autopilot (Autosteer, to be more precise) has thus far reduced crashes by 40 percent, CEO Elon Musk took to Twitter to claim that Autopilot 2.0 (HW2) could hit a 90-percent crash reduction rate. This is Tesla

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https://www.technocracy.news, Margaret Roth

Yet Analytics is elevating big data, Internet of Things, visualization and analytics to create "intelligence in human capital analytics." Technocrats everywhere drool over stuff like this, as it will enable them to engineer all society on a globa

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http://www.nextbigfuture.com, brian wang

The REAL3™image sensor chip from Infineon Technologies AG plays a key role in the newest innovative Augmented Reality (AR) smartphone by ASUS. The mobile device was launched yesterday at International CES ® 2017 (International Consumer Electronics

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http://newatlas.com

Ruby on Rails is one of the hottest skills in app development right now, with thousands of high-salary jobs available. You can master the framework top to bottom with The Ruby on Rails Super Bundle at New Atlas Deals, and save hundreds of dollars on

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http://www.nextbigfuture.com, brian wang

Nextbigfuture will have several articles over the next few weeks reviewing developments in 2016 and looking ahead to developments over the next few years. Here we look at 2016 in computers. Later articles will look at medicine, life extension, energy

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newatlas.com by Emily Ferron

Computers may be where the office grunt work gets done, but deep-thought work and conceptualization can still benefit from a bit of scribbling on paper, if for no other reason than avoiding the distractions of notifications, sidebars, open apps and a

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