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Bring Minecraft To Life With These Cheap 3-D Printers

By Tim Moynihan for WIRED. In all likelihood, 3-D printing will forever remain a niche thing. But if you or your kid happen to reside in that niche, making your own stuff has become crazy accessible. Much of the reason is software: Microsoft’s...Show More Summary

Robots Will Soon Do Your Taxes. Bye-Bye, Accounting Jobs

By Vasant Dhar for WIRED. Tax season has arrived, as the Super Bowl recently reminded us: In the first half alone, two commercials encouraged viewers to trust computers to do our taxes, the first from H&R Block with its new partner Watson,...Show More Summary

Why The Tech Industry Needs A “Day Without Immigrants”

By Amy Bhatt and Sareeta Amrute On #ADayWithoutImmigrants, workers who are vital to the operation of restaurants to agriculture to healthcare stayed home to protest the current White House’s appalling immigration policy agenda. Visibly missing from these protests were the scores of immigrants from India (though not all) who keep the U.S. Show More Summary

The Tech Talk

Kids and tech are the 21st Century’s birds and bees—a topic parents don’t want to talk about, but need to start as soon as possible. While the “how soon is too soon to introduce your child to tech” debate varies from household to household,...Show More Summary

How To Make A Stop-Motion Lego Flick Of Your Very Own

By Signe Brewster for WIRED. Despite the blocky, herky-jerky quality of their visuals, 2014’s The Lego Movie and its box-office-ruling spinoff, The Lego Batman Movie, were not actually filmed in stop-motion. (It would have cost tensShow More Summary

Does GDPR do enough to police AI?

Algorithms are increasingly powerful, and researchers have recently been grappling with how they can operate ethically, and effectively, in society. The broad consensus to date is that five core things are required: Someone responsible...Show More Summary

Beyond the Hype: What's Next for Industrial 3D Printing

It wasn't long ago that 3D printing was one of the buzziest technologies around. We watched as a 3D printer recreated a bust of Stephen Colbert on TV. We heard from industry analysts who were bullish on adoption of the technology. We...Show More Summary

Canon Announces the T7i, EOS M6, and 77D Cameras

Canon is having a rather big day today with the introduction of 3 new cameras. The new Mirrorless EOS M6 will probably be the star of the show bringing the most features to an incredibly small package. Both the Canon T7i and 77D DSLRs offer almost the same feature set with different body styles. Show More Summary

Meet the Newest Member Of Our Family: Google Pixel

Today's theme is Google. A new Google Pixel has arrived in our home and the bright pings and whirly blips and the accommodating, soft feminine voice of a secretary have filled our morning. The recipient of the Pixel sits transfixed at...Show More Summary

I Finally Up With My Phone

I had an inkling this day would come. And it did. I broke up with my mobile phone. Even though I’m still feeling the pain, I’m glad I did it. And even though I know the shock will eventually wear off, I’m still experiencing waves of grief. Show More Summary

Using machine learning to detect epilepsy in children

Artificial intelligence has been making impressive strides in the past year or so, with a number of medical applications utilizing AI to spot problems in medical imagery more effectively and efficiently than current methods. For instance,...Show More Summary

Evidence-based Medicine for Software

Have you heard of "evidence-based medicine?" It's a relatively new trend in medicine based on the idea that what doctors do should be based on the evidence of what works and what doesn't. What's scary as a patient is the thought that this is a new idea. Show More Summary

Why Is A Webinar Company Hosting A Live Event?

Webinars have come a long way in the last ten years. Once an afterthought for many marketers, webinar technology has since become a central engine for many companies' marketing stack. The reason is two-fold. For one, key technologies underpinning webinar platforms have seen massive innovation and improvement. Show More Summary

Viacom's Big Play: Is It Too Late?

Welcome fellow TV Hackers. This week Viacom comes out from the shadows. A big play, or too little too late? Then, Facebook's march to video dominance continues - with new hires and new tech. And YouTube isn't going to sit still - expanding live and adding a puzzling paid chat feature. Show More Summary

The Evolution of Open Access

What has been the evolution of open access, and where do you think we are heading? originally appeared on Quora - the place to gain and share knowledge, empowering people to learn from others and better understand the world.. AnswerShow More Summary

To App or Not to App: Psychiatrists Issue Landmark Guidelines

In a landmark act of medical leadership, the American Psychiatric Association in January released guidelines to help patients and their clinicians evaluate specific apps. The American Medical Association has announced it will soon follow suit. Over 250,000 health apps are currently available with over 10,000 devoted to mental health. Show More Summary

Impact of Artificial Intelligence on Cyber Security

How do you need to think about business strategy and the impact of machine learning and AI? With the wider convergence of technology with objects, buildings and biological advances described in the 4th industrial revolution by the World...Show More Summary

Accelerating Momentum For Women And Girls In Science

Participation by women in scientific research is rising--women now outnumber men majoring in biological sciences and the percentage of women awarded doctoral degrees in life sciences grew from 15% in 1969 to 52% in 2009. Yet women'sShow More Summary

Meetup.com Takes A Political Stand Against The Trump Administration

Meetup founder Scott Heiferman founded his first startup, an ad tech company called i-traffic, in 1994. Five years later he sold it to Agency.com. And Heiferman had what many early stage entrepreneurs with an exit face - a bit of an existential crisis. Show More Summary

Raffler's Disruption of the Lottery

Anyone who knows me, knows that I'm not a fan of gambling. My theory has always been that we should work hard to earn our money and then spend it, invest it or donate it. For that reason I've become increasingly uneasy about the meteoric growth of online gambling and sports betting websites. Show More Summary

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