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Nathan Copeland hasn't been able to move his legs or hands since he broke his neck in a car accident more than a decade ago. But now that scientists have implanted four chips in his brain, Copeland can control a robotic arm with his mind...

source: The Verge

A London-based startup has combined some of today's most disruptive technologies in a bid to change the way we'll build the future. By retrofitting industrial robots with 3D printing guns and artificial intelligence algorithms, Ai...

source: Digital Trends

Could lives have been saved [during Hurricane Matthew] if evacuees didn't have to pilot themselves? Given the capabilities that carmakers are rapidly approaching with autonomous-vehicle technology, this isn't mere idle speculation: The U.S. Department of Transportation...

source: The Atlantic

A number of media organizations like NPR have gotten rid of their comment sections entirely, saying that the volume of comments and aggressive speech made these forums simply too difficult for individuals to moderate. But Google is trying...

source: WNYC

The Fitchburg Art Museum (FAM) in central Massachusetts is on a mission to redefine its role. "Many art museums are very busy serving art — and we look at it a little differently," director Nick Capasso explained....

source: WBUR

A disused telephone box in West Yorkshire has been transformed into a museum – which could be the world's smallest. The booth was "adopted" from BT by the town association of Warley, in Calderdale, and filled with local historical...

source: The Telegraph


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