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Artificial intelligence is slowly changing the world, and not everyone is happy about it. Artificial intelligence has caused for increased debates on whether or not it's good for the entire world due to the possibilities of job loss and war. We can't avoid this shift to AI, that's for sure. If we look at what's happening today, plans are in...
Facebook claimed yesterday that it had reached a threshold of 2 billion people, as it passes a milestone in growth as the world’s largest social media network. Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg disclosed the figure to the followers stating it was an honor to be on the same journey. The figure depicts a user base larger than the population for any...
A China Southern Airlines flight was delayed in Shanghai after an elderly passenger threw coins into the aircraft's engine to bring 'luck'. The 80-year-old woman was crossing the tarmac to board the flight when she threw some loose change into the engine of the plane, explaining to police later that she had done it as she "prayed for safety". Ironically (yet predictably...
Each year, drone technology improves a great deal, but there are still some important features missing from drones that might take several more years to get implemented. One of these missing aspects is the ability for a drone to stay in the sky for days. Not long ago, the U.S. Air Force launched a program challenging young minds to create a...
Summer is the best time to travel. Most of us are able to get away for at least a few days and enjoy the sun, get a little R&R, and maybe even spend some time in the water. The problem we all run into is how to book the best flight during these high-travel months. Rest assured we have...
The tech scene in the Europe has always lagged behind Silicon Valley, though legislators across the pond are fighting back against what has been perceived as unfair competition approaches from the United States.  Regulators from the European Union ruled earlier today against Google in the largest monopoly abuse case it has ever faced resulting in a $2.7 billion charge....
Samsung is poised to overtake Intel as the largest chip maker in the world for the first time. Intel has held the title since 1993 after the release of the Pentium CPU for PCs. The steady adoption of mobile devices everywhere has enabled Samsung to finally close the gap on sales. The estimated revenue from chip sales is slated...
Apple recently provided confirmation of the purchase of a German computer vision firm by the name of Sensomotoric instruments. Apple’s vice president of corporate law Gene Levoff, representing Vineyard Capital Corporation, provided power of attorney to the German law firm Hiking Kuhn Luer Wojtek in order to represent Vineyard Capital Corporation for all business that is related to the...
Although we live in a century where search engines, like Google, find anything better and faster than our mothers, no matter whether you are a recent graduate or an experienced professional, it is challenging to be jobless. Either because the offers just don't fit with your expectations about salary, location or schedules, or just because there are not actual...
No matter whether you are white, black or panda, there's still an endless road to conquer in all that has to do with the responsibility of educating for inclusion and tolerance instead of bullying and aggressiveness as a philosophy of life upon each one of us. Nevertheless, there's a bright path already traveled throughout history, and considering we are...

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