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Not TINA (There Is No Alternative) but TAPAS: THERE ARE PLENTY OF ALTERNATIVES
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Should robots take control? MIT scientists say yes - Tech Times

Should robots take control? MIT scientists say yes - Tech Times | real utopias | Scoop.it


More surprising, the human workers said that they preferred the groups where the robots took more control.

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Will humans let robots take control? MIT researchers know the answer - Tech Times

Will humans let robots take control? MIT researchers know the answer - Tech Times | real utopias | Scoop.it


Gombolay says that handing over control to robot workers does not mean that cyborgs will be leading the manufacturing processes.

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Physicists say energy can be teleported 'without a limit of distance' | io9.com - Iranian

Physicists say energy can be teleported 'without a limit of distance' | io9.com - Iranian | real utopias | Scoop.it

A team of physicists has proposed a way of teleporting energy over long distances.

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The Political Science of Global Warming - Wall Street Journal

The Political Science of Global Warming - Wall Street Journal | real utopias | Scoop.it

“Human influence extremely likely to be the dominant cause of observed warming since the middle of the last century,” was the headline from Friday’s release of the first instalment of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s fifth assessment report. “Extremely likely”—indicating a 95%-100% likelihood—was ratcheted up one notch from the 2007 fourth assessment report’s “very likely.” Yet compared to 2007, the IPCC widened its estimate of the responsiveness of the climate system to carbon dioxide by reducing the lower band to a 1.5°C increase from 2°C, qualifying the new estimate as only “likely.”

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Economist, specialized in political economy and peer-to-peer dynamics; core member of the P2P Foundation