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This Little 3D Printed Robot Cracks Combination Locks in 30 Seconds
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This Little 3D Printed Robot Cracks Combination Locks in 30 Seconds

Careful what you leave in your lockers, high school students and gym-goers.

A First Big Step Toward Mapping the Human Brain
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A First Big Step Toward Mapping the Human Brain

It's a long, hard road to understanding the human brain, and one of the first milestones in that journey is building a … database.

A Climate-Modeling Strategy That Won't Hurt the Climate
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A Climate-Modeling Strategy That Won't Hurt the Climate

It is perhaps the most daunting challenge facing experts in both the fields of climate and computer science—creating a supercomputer that can accurately model the...

From Outer Space to Silicon Valley
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From Outer Space to Silicon Valley

Robert Witoff needs to boldly go where no one has gone before.

'Rise of the Robots' and 'Shadow Work'
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'Rise of the Robots' and 'Shadow Work'

In the late 20th century, while the blue-collar working class gave way to the forces of globalization and automation, the educated elite looked on with benign condescension...

NASA Selects Advanced Space Technology Concepts for Further Study
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NASA Selects Advanced Space Technology Concepts for Further Study

NASA has selected 15 proposals for study under Phase I of the NASA Innovative Advanced Concepts (NIAC), a program that aims to turn science fiction into science...

NASA Announces Journey to Mars Challenge, Seeks Public Input on Establishing Sustained Human Presence on Red Planet
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NASA Announces Journey to Mars Challenge, Seeks Public Input on Establishing Sustained Human Presence on Red Planet

What do you need to bring, and how do you minimize the need for delivery of future supplies in order to establish a sustained human presence on a planet 140 million...

Best and Worst Graduate Degrees for Jobs in 2015
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Best and Worst Graduate Degrees for Jobs in 2015

PayScale crunched the numbers for Fortune and identified the grad degrees that lead to lucrative careers—and those that lead to high stress and low pay.

Does Artificial Intelligence Pose a Threat?
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Does Artificial Intelligence Pose a Threat?

After decades as a sci-fi staple, artificial intelligence has leapt into the mainstream.

Finally, Neural Networks That Actually Work
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Finally, Neural Networks That Actually Work

As a senior at the University of Minnesota, Jeff Dean built an artificial brain. Kinda.

Brain Technology Patents Soar As Companies Get Inside People's Heads
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Brain Technology Patents Soar As Companies Get Inside People's Heads

From ways to eavesdrop on brains and learn what advertisements excite consumers, to devices that alleviate depression, the number of U.S. patents awarded for "neurotechnology"...

The Internet Mapmakers Helping Nepal
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The Internet Mapmakers Helping Nepal

The night after the earthquake hit Nepal, people feared to sleep in their homes, worrying about powerful aftershocks toppling the few buildings left standing.

How Self-Driving Tractor-Trailers May Reinvent What It Means to Be a Truck Driver
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How Self-Driving Tractor-Trailers May Reinvent What It Means to Be a Truck Driver

Daimler Trucks North America showed off a self-driving truck in a glitzy ceremony Tuesday at the Hoover Dam, offering a reminder of the coming era of autonomous...

The Trouble with Reference Rot
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The Trouble with Reference Rot

The scholarly literature is meant to be a permanent record of science.

40 Busy Years Later, a Microsoft Founder Considers His Creation
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40 Busy Years Later, a Microsoft Founder Considers His Creation

Looking at Microsoft’s sprawling product line and 118,000 or so employees, it’s easy to forget that the company started with one modest product made by two ambitious...

Number of People with Access to U.S. Classified Data Down 12% in One Year
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Number of People with Access to U.S. Classified Data Down 12% in One Year

The U.S. government is tightening the reins on the number of employees and contractors with access to classified information.

Foxconn's Robot Army Yet to Prove Match for Humans
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Foxconn's Robot Army Yet to Prove Match for Humans

Four years ago, Foxconn founder Terry Gou envisaged an army of one million robots would now be working the assembly lines at the world's biggest contract electronics...

Quantum Computers Will Make Your Laptop Look Like an Abacus
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Quantum Computers Will Make Your Laptop Look Like an Abacus

The race to make the first quantum computer is becoming as important as the race 75 years ago to get the first nuke. It could change the balance of power in politics...

At the Heart of Facebook's Artificial Intelligence, Human Emotions
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At the Heart of Facebook's Artificial Intelligence, Human Emotions

Facebook Inc. doesn't yet have an intelligent assistant, like the iPhone's Siri.

Joseph Lechleider, a Father of the DSL Internet Technology, Dies at 82
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Joseph Lechleider, a Father of the DSL Internet Technology, Dies at 82

In the late 1980s, Joseph W. Lechleider came up with a clever solution to a puzzling technical problem, making it possible to bring high-speed Internet service...
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