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The Privatization Of The Space Race

The Privatization Of The Space Race

It left on Tuesday, July 20. This is not the first time a private company has sent people into space. Bezos traveled with his brother Mark, who was not alone. Daemen, a Dutch student, was also present. Mary Wallace Funk, a female pilot, was also there. She was one of ...
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The Dark Side Of Life For Silicon Valley Programmers

The Dark Side Of Life For Silicon Valley Programmers

There is always the flip side to the coin. Software development is an excellent job, especially for those in Silicon Valley, the tech capital. Tech startups offer a wide range of perks to their employees, including huge salaries, bonuses, subscription options, free meals, massages and on-site gyms. However, all this ...
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The Secret Algorithm For Learning

The Secret Algorithm For Learning

He believed that learning was possible only if you put in many hours. That was when I found something that changed my entire life. Richard Feynman was a Nobel-winning physicist who realized the difference between knowing something and knowing the name of it. This is what led to his success ...
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Lauren Powell's Story How Steve Jobs Wife Has Become An Influential Investor

Lauren Powell’s Story How Steve Jobs Wife Has Become An Influential Investor

7 million and is a strong investor. This is her life as a philanthropist and businesswoman. Laurene Powell Jobs was conceived in West Milford in New Jersey in 1963. Her father was a pilot and she was just 3 years old when he died in a crash. Her mother then ...
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Meet The MGS Cybersecurity Update

Meet The MGS Cybersecurity Update

After a successful year, the product has been relaunched. The new version will offer additional protection for MGS customers, and increase its competitiveness. The new product provides comprehensive protection against cyber threats that freelancers and SMEs may face, regardless of whether they are caused by external attacks or employee negligence ...
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How Artificial Intelligence Is Creating A New Art Market

How Artificial Intelligence Is Creating A New Art Market

These types of artworks raise new questions about who owns and author of these works, when it becomes obsolete and what are the areas where algorithms can be used. What is AI art? A lot of creators of AI art use adversarial generation networks (GANs), which allow computers to analyze ...
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Lithium Metal Batteries The Core Component In Car Battery Technology

Lithium Metal Batteries The Core Component In Car Battery Technology

How did they do it? This is because of the components that were used in assembling these batteries. The batteries created by the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory researchers are not lithium ion. They are made from lithium metal. They use anodes of lithium strips to make the batteries more lithium-rich ...
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A New SMS Scam That Steals Data On Your Mobile

A New SMS Scam That Steals Data On Your Mobile

This malicious message can steal data and install malware on your phone. Fraud via SMS is on the rise and we are seeing more and better malicious campaigns using this method to deceive victims. This is known as smishing. Recent examples include the SMS scam of Correos and the recent ...
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Charging A Car Battery In 10 Minutes Will Be Possible With This Technology

Charging A Car Battery In 10 Minutes Will Be Possible With This Technology

He is currently developing a technology that can charge an electric car in just 10 minutes. Electric mobility is gaining ground in cities. More people choose electric cars for urban mobility. Electric mobility is the future, thanks to both the environmental benefits and the dedication of both drivers and manufacturers ...
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DART An Innovative Project To Transform The Moderna Vaccine Manufacturing Process

DART An Innovative Project To Transform The Moderna Vaccine Manufacturing Process

Literally. Moderna's Norwood research center, Massachusetts has been home to a team of 15 scientists who have worked with the US Army over the past few months in developing a miniature way to produce vaccines. The real world is still many years away from these small-scale capsules. They could have ...
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A Computer Reproduces The Words Of A Man Paralyzed And Unable To Speak

A Computer Reproduces The Words Of A Man Paralyzed And Unable To Speak

He is unable control his motor function and has anarthria. This is his brain injury which causes him to not be able to speak. According to the study, the man can produce "grunts or groans", but not understandable speech. Pam Belluck, a reporter for The New York Times, states in ...
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The First Paying Passenger Of The New Shepard Space Ship

The First Paying Passenger Of The New Shepard Space Ship

The company released a statement Thursday stating that Oliver Daemen would be the first paying customer to fly on the New Shepard. This marks the beginning of commercial operations for this program. Wally Funk, an 82 year-old pilot, and his brothers Bezos will join him. Daemen, who is just 18 ...
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Which Computer Is Better, HP Or Dell

Which Computer Is Better, HP Or Dell

This is because the demand is high for these products, and there is a large supply. We all know that there are many brands offering very similar products when buying a computer. So we need to compare brands. To help you decide between HP and Dell, we run an analysis ...
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