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If 3-D printers are to address world food problems in the future, they’re going to have to move into far more nutritious fare, not the sugar polyhedra and chocolate rosebuds that are currently all the rage.
The Millennial who took on Piketty. It was 2:45 a.m. on a Thursday last April. Matthew Rognlie was still awake, like a lot of graduate students. He had just finished typing 459 words and a few equations. They totaled six paragraphs, which he posted to the comments section of a popular economics blog.
Thus begins the unlikely story of, arguably, the most-influential critique of the most influential economics book of this century.
The Taxi and Limousine Commission announced there are more Uber cars registered in New York City than there are yellow taxis. However, this statistic does carry a huge asterisk. Read on to learn what it is.
When Amazon boss Jeff Bezos unveiled his plan to use drones for deliveries back in 2013, most people laughed it off as a publicity stunt. The company is serious, however, and has just won FAA approval to test its Prime Air delivery drone.
UnaliWear has developed a watch that can help physical safety and autonomy challenges associated with growing old.
State of the art voice recognition and responds to a name the owner gives itFall detection that asks about the wearer’s welfare and can call for help if asked, or if it gets no responseMedication and medical test remindersPersonal information access for easy reminders of important informationGPS system with an easy voice tag to help the wearer find homBluetooth connection directly to most hearing aidsWorks if the wearer is unconscious, unable to move or unable to talkConnection to human operators for any speech interaction the watch can’t understand.
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