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insect-zapping laser “fence” prepares for first enemy contact
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home assistants like amazon echo could be a boon for assisted living
startup aims to treat muscular dystrophy with crispr
the right-wing propaganda machine may not be as smart as you think
your next phone could be simple, not smart
it’s easy to slip toxic language past alphabet’s toxic-comment detector
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march/april 2017
10 breakthrough technologies 2017: paying with your face
10 breakthrough technologies 2017: botnets of things
imagining the future of vr at google
hollywood has no idea what to do with vr
“the relentless pace of automation”
trump’s tax talk sounds less than “phenomenal” for tech
remembering mildred dresselhaus
the business of blockchain: a new mit technology review conference
how a college kid made his honda civic self-driving for $700
40 years ago: electronic money is too easy
using virtual reality underwater is weird (but fun)
why congress can’t seem to fix this 30-year-old law governing your electronic data
meltdown of toshiba’s nuclear business dooms new construction in the u.s.
a robot physical therapist helps kids with cerebral palsy
the thinking behind the 10 breakthrough technologies
a biohacker’s plan to upgrade dalmatians ends up in the doghouse
inside the far-out glass lab
hand over the data
50 smartest companies 2016
10 breakthrough technologies 2017: reinforcement learning
alphabet-uber rivalry intensifies over autonomous car cribbing
it’s easy to slip toxic language past alphabet’s toxic-comment detector
bad math props up trump’s border wall
capitalism behaving badly
one man’s quest to hack his own genes
connect with tomorrow's technology today.
become an mit technology review insider for continuous in-depth analysis and unparalleled perspective.
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home assistants like amazon echo could be a boon for assisted living
the right-wing propaganda machine may not be as smart as you think
your next phone could be simple, not smart
enabling the digital revolution: sdn and beyond
alibaba targets the global market with apsara aliware platform
the connected city: trends and developments driving smart city innovation
connect with tomorrow’s technology today. become an insider.
artificial intelligence is changing every business. don't be left behind.
emtech digital separates fact from hype—giving you the business intelligence you need in this rapidly shifting landscape.

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the next step in finance: exponential banking
a secure model of iot with blockchain
the future of artificial intelligence and cybernetics
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a device that cooks unwanted flying bugs with a laser beam will be tested against an insect that has decimated florida’s orange production.
elliptic labs says it can use the speakers and mics on smart home assistants to detect if you’re there.
patients groups are backing gene-editing as potential “home run” against disease.
artificial intelligence and big data could be helping to fuel an unprecedented propaganda campaign—but there’s little hard evidence to prove it so far.
as many manufacturers show off their most advanced mobile technologies, some companies think you’ll prefer refinement or retro styling over gimmicky gadgets.
machine-learning algorithms are no match for the creativity of human insults.
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these technologies all have staying power. they will affect the economy and our politics, improve medicine, or influence our culture. some are unfolding now; others will take a decade or more to develop. but you should know about all of them right now.
face-detecting systems in china now authorize payments, provide access to facilities, and track down criminals. will other countries follow?
the relentless push to add connectivity to home gadgets is creating dangerous side effects that figure to get even worse.
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the search giant’s filmmaker on what the new medium does that film cannot.
traditional movies were the popular art form of the 20th century. is virtual reality what comes next?
artificial intelligence could dramatically improve the economy and aspects of everyday life, but we need to invent ways to make sure everyone benefits.
washington is considering tax reform that would bring cash back to the u.s., but it’s unlikely to boost innovation.
the mit professor who helped pioneer nanoscience and launched a new field of energy research.
our one-day conference will explore the opportunities and challenges associated with blockchains.
who needs a tesla when you can build your own automated copilot using free hardware designs and software available online?
in 1977, a writer worried that people might lose control if cash went away and transactions went digital.
sure, you can soar or swim in vr. just put on a headset and jump in a pool.
new questions about the fbi’s power to access data have shifted the years-long political debate over reform of the electronic communications privacy act.
the collapse of the tokyo company’s nuclear development arm puts a likely end to new u.s. plants.
a humanoid bot called darwin shows how aspects of nursing and child care might be mechanized.
here’s what we look for, and what we hope to avoid.
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the fda wants to regulate animals altered using the gene-editing technique crispr.
a key ingredient in flexible and lightweight devices of the future is taking shape at corning’s research center in rural new york.
governments get more user data from internet companies every year. here are the figures that prove it.
explore the 50 smartest companies in depth, including the full list and stories that examine the opportunities for small companies going big and the challenges facing big companies fending off the newcomers.
by experimenting, computers are figuring out how to do things that no programmer could teach them.
waymo claims that an engineer took trade secrets with him on his departure and used them to build new hardware at uber.
machine-learning algorithms are no match for the creativity of human insults.
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set aside the questions of whether it’s wise to put a wall along the u.s.-mexico border or who should pay for it. it simply can’t be done at the price donald trump has claimed.
it’s time to rethink the role that government plays in shaping and supporting policies to solve big problems like climate change and income inequality.
when brian hanley set out to test a gene therapy, he started with himself.
elliptic labs says it can use the speakers and mics on smart home assistants to detect if you’re there.
artificial intelligence and big data could be helping to fuel an unprecedented propaganda campaign—but there’s little hard evidence to prove it so far.
as many manufacturers show off their most advanced mobile technologies, some companies think you’ll prefer refinement or retro styling over gimmicky gadgets.
the promise of software-defined networking and solutions for its wider adoption were explored in depth at vmware’s inaugural future:net event.
the chinese technology giant has launched a multipurpose platform-as-a-service technology built for scale and reliability—and capable of responding rapidly to changing market and business demands.


the current technological revolution is accelerating the transformation, not only of industry and business, but also of human lifestyles, culture, and, therefore, society as a whole.
the internet of things is a fast-growing, increasingly complex network of connected devices. this excerpt from an open mind article touches on blockchain as a way of securing this new ecosystem.
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insect-zapping laser “fence” prepares for first enemy contact

a device that cooks unwanted flying bugs with a laser beam will be tested against an insect that has decimated florida’s orange production.

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tom simonite /profile/tom-simonite/
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home assistants like amazon echo could be a boon for assisted living

elliptic labs says it can use the speakers and mics on smart home assistants to detect if you’re there.

/s/603720/home-assistants-like-amazon-echo-could-be-a-boon-for-assisted-living/
rachel metz /profile/rachel-metz/

startup aims to treat muscular dystrophy with crispr

patients groups are backing gene-editing as potential “home run” against disease.

/s/603737/startup-aims-to-treat-muscular-dystrophy-with-crispr/
antonio regalado /profile/antonio-regalado/

the right-wing propaganda machine may not be as smart as you think

artificial intelligence and big data could be helping to fuel an unprecedented propaganda campaign—but there’s little hard evidence to prove it so far.

/s/603747/the-right-wing-propaganda-machine-may-not-be-as-smart-as-you-think/
jamie condliffe /profile/jamie-condliffe/

your next phone could be simple, not smart

as many manufacturers show off their most advanced mobile technologies, some companies think you’ll prefer refinement or retro styling over gimmicky gadgets.

/s/603741/your-next-phone-could-be-simple-not-smart/
jamie condliffe /profile/jamie-condliffe/

it’s easy to slip toxic language past alphabet’s toxic-comment detector

machine-learning algorithms are no match for the creativity of human insults.

/s/603735/its-easy-to-slip-toxic-language-past-alphabets-toxic-comment-detector/
david auerbach /profile/david-auerbach/

march/april 2017

these technologies all have staying power. they will affect the economy and our politics, improve medicine, or influence our culture. some are unfolding now; others will take a decade or more to develop. but you should know about all of them right now.

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10 breakthrough technologies 2017: paying with your face /s/603494/10-breakthrough-technologies-2017-paying-with-your-face/
face-detecting systems in china now authorize payments, provide access to facilities, and track down criminals. will other countries follow? /s/603494/10-breakthrough-technologies-2017-paying-with-your-face/
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10 breakthrough technologies 2017: botnets of things /s/603500/10-breakthrough-technologies-2017-botnets-of-things/
the relentless push to add connectivity to home gadgets is creating dangerous side effects that figure to get even worse. /s/603500/10-breakthrough-technologies-2017-botnets-of-things/
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connectivity /topic/connectivity/

imagining the future of vr at google

the search giant’s filmmaker on what the new medium does that film cannot.

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jason pontin /profile/jason-pontin/
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connectivity /topic/connectivity/
hollywood has no idea what to do with vr /s/603467/hollywood-has-no-idea-what-to-do-with-vr/
traditional movies were the popular art form of the 20th century. is virtual reality what comes next? /s/603467/hollywood-has-no-idea-what-to-do-with-vr/
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business impact /topic/business-impact/
“the relentless pace of automation” /s/603465/the-relentless-pace-of-automation/
artificial intelligence could dramatically improve the economy and aspects of everyday life, but we need to invent ways to make sure everyone benefits. /s/603465/the-relentless-pace-of-automation/
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/s/603465/the-relentless-pace-of-automation/
business impact /topic/business-impact/
trump’s tax talk sounds less than “phenomenal” for tech /s/603701/trumps-tax-talk-sounds-less-than-phenomenal-for-tech/
washington is considering tax reform that would bring cash back to the u.s., but it’s unlikely to boost innovation. /s/603701/trumps-tax-talk-sounds-less-than-phenomenal-for-tech/
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remembering mildred dresselhaus /s/603702/remembering-mildred-dresselhaus/
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business impact /topic/business-impact/
the business of blockchain: a new mit technology review conference /s/603401/the-business-of-blockchain-a-new-mit-technology-review-conference/

our one-day conference will explore the opportunities and challenges associated with blockchains.

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intelligent machines /topic/intelligent-machines/
how a college kid made his honda civic self-driving for $700 /s/603637/how-a-college-kid-made-his-honda-civic-self-driving-for-700/
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40 years ago: electronic money is too easy /s/603606/40-years-ago-electronic-money-is-too-easy/
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connectivity /topic/connectivity/
using virtual reality underwater is weird (but fun) /s/603634/using-virtual-reality-underwater-is-weird-but-fun/
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why congress can’t seem to fix this 30-year-old law governing your electronic data /s/603636/why-congress-cant-seem-to-fix-this-30-year-old-law-governing-your-electronic-data/

new questions about the fbi’s power to access data have shifted the years-long political debate over reform of the electronic communications privacy act.

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sustainable energy /topic/sustainable-energy/
meltdown of toshiba’s nuclear business dooms new construction in the u.s. /s/603647/meltdown-of-toshibas-nuclear-business-dooms-new-construction-in-the-us/
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a robot physical therapist helps kids with cerebral palsy /s/603614/a-robot-physical-therapist-helps-kids-with-cerebral-palsy/
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the thinking behind the 10 breakthrough technologies /s/603640/the-thinking-behind-the-10-breakthrough-technologies/
here’s what we look for, and what we hope to avoid. /s/603640/the-thinking-behind-the-10-breakthrough-technologies/
jason pontin /profile/jason-pontin/
rewriting life /topic/rewriting-life/

a biohacker’s plan to upgrade dalmatians ends up in the doghouse

the fda wants to regulate animals altered using the gene-editing technique crispr.

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andrew rosenblum /profile/andrew-rosenblum/
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connectivity /topic/connectivity/
inside the far-out glass lab /s/603464/inside-the-far-out-glass-lab/
a key ingredient in flexible and lightweight devices of the future is taking shape at corning’s research center in rural new york. /s/603464/inside-the-far-out-glass-lab/
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connectivity /topic/connectivity/
hand over the data /s/603709/hand-over-the-data/
governments get more user data from internet companies every year. here are the figures that prove it. /s/603709/hand-over-the-data/
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10 breakthrough technologies 2017: reinforcement learning

by experimenting, computers are figuring out how to do things that no programmer could teach them.

/s/603501/10-breakthrough-technologies-2017-reinforcement-learning/
will knight /profile/will-knight/
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alphabet-uber rivalry intensifies over autonomous car cribbing

waymo claims that an engineer took trade secrets with him on his departure and used them to build new hardware at uber.

/s/603736/alphabet-uber-rivalry-intensifies-over-autonomous-car-cribbing/
jamie condliffe /profile/jamie-condliffe/
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/s/603736/alphabet-uber-rivalry-intensifies-over-autonomous-car-cribbing/

it’s easy to slip toxic language past alphabet’s toxic-comment detector

machine-learning algorithms are no match for the creativity of human insults.

/s/603735/its-easy-to-slip-toxic-language-past-alphabets-toxic-comment-detector/
david auerbach /profile/david-auerbach/
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/s/603735/its-easy-to-slip-toxic-language-past-alphabets-toxic-comment-detector/
more from /c/intelligent-machines/
business impact /topic/business-impact/

bad math props up trump’s border wall

set aside the questions of whether it’s wise to put a wall along the u.s.-mexico border or who should pay for it. it simply can’t be done at the price donald trump has claimed.

/s/602494/bad-math-props-up-trumps-border-wall/
konstantin kakaes /profile/konstantin-kakaes/
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sustainable energy /topic/sustainable-energy/
capitalism behaving badly /s/602490/capitalism-behaving-badly/
it’s time to rethink the role that government plays in shaping and supporting policies to solve big problems like climate change and income inequality. /s/602490/capitalism-behaving-badly/
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rewriting life /topic/rewriting-life/
one man’s quest to hack his own genes /s/603217/one-mans-quest-to-hack-his-own-genes/
when brian hanley set out to test a gene therapy, he started with himself. /s/603217/one-mans-quest-to-hack-his-own-genes/
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sustainable energy /topic/sustainable-energy/
intelligent machines /topic/intelligent-machines/
rewriting life /topic/rewriting-life/
connectivity /topic/connectivity/
business impact /topic/business-impact/

home assistants like amazon echo could be a boon for assisted living

elliptic labs says it can use the speakers and mics on smart home assistants to detect if you’re there.

/s/603720/home-assistants-like-amazon-echo-could-be-a-boon-for-assisted-living/
rachel metz /profile/rachel-metz/
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/s/603720/home-assistants-like-amazon-echo-could-be-a-boon-for-assisted-living/

the right-wing propaganda machine may not be as smart as you think

artificial intelligence and big data could be helping to fuel an unprecedented propaganda campaign—but there’s little hard evidence to prove it so far.

/s/603747/the-right-wing-propaganda-machine-may-not-be-as-smart-as-you-think/
jamie condliffe /profile/jamie-condliffe/
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/s/603747/the-right-wing-propaganda-machine-may-not-be-as-smart-as-you-think/

your next phone could be simple, not smart

as many manufacturers show off their most advanced mobile technologies, some companies think you’ll prefer refinement or retro styling over gimmicky gadgets.

/s/603741/your-next-phone-could-be-simple-not-smart/
jamie condliffe /profile/jamie-condliffe/
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enabling the digital revolution: sdn and beyond /s/602793/enabling-the-digital-revolution-sdn-and-beyond/
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alibaba targets the global market with apsara aliware platform /s/603396/alibaba-targets-the-global-market-with-apsara-aliware-platform/
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the next step in finance: exponential banking

the current technological revolution is accelerating the transformation, not only of industry and business, but also of human lifestyles, culture, and, therefore, society as a whole.

/s/603574/the-next-step-in-finance-exponential-banking/
francisco gonzalez /profile/francisco-gonzalez/
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/s/603574/the-next-step-in-finance-exponential-banking/

a secure model of iot with blockchain

the internet of things is a fast-growing, increasingly complex network of connected devices. this excerpt from an open mind article touches on blockchain as a way of securing this new ecosystem.

/s/603298/a-secure-model-of-iot-with-blockchain/
ahmed banafa /profile/ahmed-banafa/
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/s/603298/a-secure-model-of-iot-with-blockchain/

the future of artificial intelligence and cybernetics

in this article excerpt, a british researcher discusses why ai and cybernetics are moving beyond the realm of science fiction—but warns that the technologies also raise significant ethical questions.

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kevin warwick, coventry university /profile/kevin-warwick-coventry-university/
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