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Havre Daily News
Aaniiih Nakoda College: Where Native American Culture and Technology Meetstudent in the 1980s. She said the campus' only building consisted of two lectu
Aaniiih Nakoda College: Where Native American Culture and Technology Meet
Havre Daily News / Posted 2 hours ago
student in the 1980s. She said the campus' only building consisted of two lecture rooms, a classroom for typing and a small computer lab. "So it was very small, our classes were very small," Brockie said. Brockie said that in 1988 the college had... Read more
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Fortune
Amazon's 'Alexa Prize' Will Give College Students Up To $2.5M To Create A SocialbotAmazon. The company said it will sponsor up to 10 teams, giving them a $100,00
Amazon's 'Alexa Prize' Will Give College Students Up To $2.5M To Create A Socialbot
Fortune / Posted 3 hours ago
Amazon. The company said it will sponsor up to 10 teams, giving them a $100,000 stipend, Alexa-enabled devices, free AWS services, and support from the Alexa team. But the crux of the challenge for Amazon amzn is advancing conversational AI,... Read more
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The Irish Times
The Beijing Irish: ‘Every day you see something crazy’year later. Sinéad Kennedy, a 21-year-old from Cahir, in Co Tipperary, who has
The Beijing Irish: ‘Every day you see something crazy’
The Irish Times / Posted 5 hours ago
year later. Sinéad Kennedy, a 21-year-old from Cahir, in Co Tipperary, who has just graduated in business and Chinese from University College Dublin, says that every time she goes back to Ireland and talks about Beijing her family say, “What? Why?”... Read more
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Fast Company Magazine
The Creators Of HBO's Westworld Talk AI, Sentience, And Our Surveillance StateFor the principals behind the company, I think they're interested in building G
The Creators Of HBO's Westworld Talk AI, Sentience, And Our Surveillance State
Fast Company Magazine / Posted 6 hours ago
For the principals behind the company, I think they're interested in building God." Google's customers get its services for free—in exchange for revealing the outlines of their lives. In Westworld, guests pay $40,000 a day, although... Read more
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The Irish Times
The Beijing Irish: ‘It’s perfect for Irish people, because we adapt’year later. Sinéad Kennedy, a 21-year-old from Cahir, in Co Tipperary, who has
The Beijing Irish: ‘It’s perfect for Irish people, because we adapt’
The Irish Times / Posted 8 hours ago
year later. Sinéad Kennedy, a 21-year-old from Cahir, in Co Tipperary, who has just graduated in business and Chinese from University College Dublin, says that every time she goes back to Ireland and talks about Beijing her family say, “What? Why?”... Read more
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CNET
Apple recruits superstar DJ to drop some Beats in CNET UK podcast 422 videois probably the key word there, right? Mm. Because, if they, they're rumored to
Apple recruits superstar DJ to drop some Beats in CNET UK podcast 422 video
CNET / Posted 8 hours ago
is probably the key word there, right? Mm. Because, if they, they're rumored to be making. A music service. Mm. Music services need curation. Because rock and roll isn't all jumping around in a hotel room- [LAUGH] And throwing a fridge out the... Read more
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Fast Company Magazine
Coursera Brings Everything You Need To Code Into Its Virtual ClassroomsCoursera has condensed an entire coding environment into a series of boxes on a
Coursera Brings Everything You Need To Code Into Its Virtual Classrooms
Fast Company Magazine / Posted 8 hours ago
Coursera has condensed an entire coding environment into a series of boxes on a web page. The hope is that computer science and data science classes will become much more interactive, with the ability to play with your own code in... Read more
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Hospitality Net
DoubleTree by Hilton Kicks Off First Property in Lawrenceby Hilton, one of Hilton's (NYSE: HLT) 13 market-leading brands, today opens it
DoubleTree by Hilton Kicks Off First Property in Lawrence
Hospitality Net / Posted 9 hours ago
by Hilton, one of Hilton's (NYSE: HLT) 13 market-leading brands, today opens its first property in the charming university city of Lawrence, Kansas - DoubleTree by Hilton Lawrence. Following a multimillion dollar renovation, the hotel... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
UA to serve lettuce harvested on campusFAYETTEVILLE -- The vertical rows of green leaf lettuce were closely packed on
UA to serve lettuce harvested on campus
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 11 hours ago
FAYETTEVILLE -- The vertical rows of green leaf lettuce were closely packed on the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville campus, the inaugural crop in a new indoor hydroponic growing station. Approximately 1,100 heads of lettuce harvested Thursday... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
TGIF: Your guide to area entertainment and eventsArts, Wilkes-Barre. 570-826-1100 or kirbycenter.org. Maestro Francesc de Paula
TGIF: Your guide to area entertainment and events
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 11 hours ago
Arts, Wilkes-Barre. 570-826-1100 or kirbycenter.org. Maestro Francesc de Paula Soler, today, 7 p.m. The Spanish program at University of Scranton presents the Spanish artist as a part of Hispanic Heritage Month. Brennan Hall at University of... Read more
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The Brown Daily Herald
DDIAPs emphasize faculty recruitment, student supportFinal versions of departmental diversity and inclusion action plans for the maj
DDIAPs emphasize faculty recruitment, student support
The Brown Daily Herald / Posted 15 hours ago
Final versions of departmental diversity and inclusion action plans for the majority of the University’s academic departments are now available on the Office of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion’s website for the perusal of all members of the... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Tech schooling a priority for B.C. to combat chronic talent shortage: Clarkin an interview last week. “There will be some announcements coming in the next
Tech schooling a priority for B.C. to combat chronic talent shortage: Clark
The Globe and Mail / Posted 18 hours ago
in an interview last week. “There will be some announcements coming in the next little while with respect to investing in computer science in particular in universities … it will be a significant amount.” In July, 18 high-level B.C. tech... Read more
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Business Wire
Exactech Announces Successful First Surgeries with New ExactechGPS® Total Shoulder ApplicationPersonalized Surgery system’s new Total Shoulder Application, which combines pr
Exactech Announces Successful First Surgeries with New ExactechGPS® Total Shoulder Application
Business Wire / Posted 23 hours ago
Personalized Surgery system’s new Total Shoulder Application, which combines preoperative planning with intraoperative computer-assisted technology. Pierre-Henri Flurin, MD, a shoulder specialist at the Clinique du Sport in Bordeaux-Mérignac,... Read more
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Breitbart
Hillary Clinton's State Department Allowed Millions of Taxpayer Dollars to Be Spent Helping Companies Outsource American Jobstraining, the tech workers will be placed with outsourcing vendors in the regio
Hillary Clinton's State Department Allowed Millions of Taxpayer Dollars to Be Spent Helping Companies Outsource American Jobs
Breitbart / Posted yesterday
training, the tech workers will be placed with outsourcing vendors in the region that provide offshore IT and business services to American companies looking to take advantage of the Asian subcontinent’s low labor costs. Under director Rajiv... Read more
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Business Wire
Introducing the Alexa Prize: $2.5 Million to Advance Conversational Artificial IntelligenceSEATTLE--(BUSINESS WIRE)--(NASDAQ: AMZN)—Today, Amazon announced the Alexa Priz
Introducing the Alexa Prize: $2.5 Million to Advance Conversational Artificial Intelligence
Business Wire / Posted yesterday
SEATTLE--(BUSINESS WIRE)--(NASDAQ: AMZN)—Today, Amazon announced the Alexa Prize, an annual university competition dedicated to accelerating the field of conversational artificial intelligence (AI). The goal of the inaugural competition is to build a... Read more
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Business Wire
DoubleTree by Hilton Kicks Off First Property in Lawrence, Opening Its Doors to Kansas Football Fans and University VisitorsLocated off of Interstate 70 and within 10 blocks of the university, the 192-ro
DoubleTree by Hilton Kicks Off First Property in Lawrence, Opening Its Doors to Kansas Football Fans and University Visitors
Business Wire / Posted yesterday
Located off of Interstate 70 and within 10 blocks of the university, the 192-room, four-level upscale hotel is also easily accessible to downtown Lawrence’s historic landmarks, boutiques, fine restaurants, and numerous corporate offices. Designed in... Read more
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The Atlantic
The Algorithms That Tell Bosses How Employees Are Feelingmessages. No one person could pick through even a tiny sliver of this informati
The Algorithms That Tell Bosses How Employees Are Feeling
The Atlantic / Posted yesterday
messages. No one person could pick through even a tiny sliver of this information and stitch together themes and trends—but computers are starting to be able to. For more than a decade, researchers have been developing computer programs that can... Read more
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Newsweek
How new technology could replace millions of call center jobs in the Philippinescenter workers could be next to lose their jobs. Already, many companies are e
How new technology could replace millions of call center jobs in the Philippines
Newsweek / Posted yesterday
center workers could be next to lose their jobs. Already, many companies are encouraging their customers to use chatbots, computer programs that use artificial intelligence to address basic customer service questions. Facebook Messenger, which has... Read more
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dna
Physicists successfully stop light, moves quantum computers closer to realityPhysicists have brought quantum computers - which could solve problems too comp
Physicists successfully stop light, moves quantum computers closer to reality
dna / Posted yesterday
Physicists have brought quantum computers - which could solve problems too complex for today's most advanced machines - a step closer to reality by successfully stopping light in a new experiment. Lead researcher Jesse Everett from Australian... Read more
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PhotonicsOnline
Quantum Computing A Step Closer To RealityPhysicists at The Australian National University (ANU) have brought quantum com
Quantum Computing A Step Closer To Reality
PhotonicsOnline / Posted yesterday
Physicists at The Australian National University (ANU) have brought quantum computing a step closer to reality by stopping light in a new experiment. Lead researcher Jesse Everett said controlling the movement of light was critical to developing... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Your guide to area entertainment and eventsWilkes-Barre. 570-826-1100 or kirbycenter.org. Maestro Francesc de Paula Soler
Your guide to area entertainment and events
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted yesterday
Wilkes-Barre. 570-826-1100 or kirbycenter.org. Maestro Francesc de Paula Soler, Friday, 7 p.m. The Spanish program at University of Scranton presents the Spanish artist as a part of Hispanic Heritage Month. Brennan Hall at University of... Read more
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Arkansas Times
John Walker and the policeI'm John Walker, I sue schools for a living, then drag it out for 30+ years and
John Walker and the police
Arkansas Times / Posted yesterday
I'm John Walker, I sue schools for a living, then drag it out for 30+ years and charge $450 an hour for my legal services. Don't mind me while I walk through the middle of a police investigation and not give a fuck. I have no problem... Read more
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The Wilmington Star-News
Runners, visitors irritated by UNCW parking policyvisitors irritated by UNCW parking permit requirements WILMINGTON -- Since cla
Runners, visitors irritated by UNCW parking policy
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted 2 days ago
visitors irritated by UNCW parking permit requirements WILMINGTON -- Since classes started for the fall semester at the University of North Carolina Wilmington, runners and visitors said they have noticed changes in the parking system around... Read more
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The Wilmington Star-News
Runners, visitors irritated by UNCW parking permit requirementsvisitors irritated by UNCW parking permit requirements WILMINGTON -- Since cla
Runners, visitors irritated by UNCW parking permit requirements
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted 2 days ago
visitors irritated by UNCW parking permit requirements WILMINGTON -- Since classes started for the fall semester at the University of North Carolina Wilmington, runners and visitors said they have noticed changes in the parking system around... Read more
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St. Catharines Standard
Niagara CalendarCATHARINES PUBLIC LIBRARY: Downsizing your home, seniors on the move, Sept. 29,
Niagara Calendar
St. Catharines Standard / Posted 2 days ago
CATHARINES PUBLIC LIBRARY: Downsizing your home, seniors on the move, Sept. 29, 2 pm. Youth Job Search Drop-in Services, Sept. 29, 5 p.m. 905-688-6103 ext. 227. www.stcatharines.library.on.ca CHILI SUPPER AND BARLEY BRAE: Sept. 30,... Read more
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Niagara Falls Review
Niagara CalendarCATHARINES PUBLIC LIBRARY: Downsizing your home, seniors on the move, Sept. 29,
Niagara Calendar
Niagara Falls Review / Posted 2 days ago
CATHARINES PUBLIC LIBRARY: Downsizing your home, seniors on the move, Sept. 29, 2 pm. Youth Job Search Drop-in Services, Sept. 29, 5 p.m. 905-688-6103 ext. 227. www.stcatharines.library.on.ca CHILI SUPPER AND BARLEY BRAE: Sept. 30,... Read more
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Welland Tribune
Niagara CalendarCATHARINES PUBLIC LIBRARY: Downsizing your home, seniors on the move, Sept. 29,
Niagara Calendar
Welland Tribune / Posted 2 days ago
CATHARINES PUBLIC LIBRARY: Downsizing your home, seniors on the move, Sept. 29, 2 pm. Youth Job Search Drop-in Services, Sept. 29, 5 p.m. 905-688-6103 ext. 227. www.stcatharines.library.on.ca CHILI SUPPER AND BARLEY BRAE: Sept. 30,... Read more
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The Irish Times
Arts for arts sake? Writers on the value of an arts degreeuse the language and techniques of storytelling. Professor Joseph O’Connor is
Arts for arts sake? Writers on the value of an arts degree
The Irish Times / Posted 2 days ago
use the language and techniques of storytelling. Professor Joseph O’Connor is Frank McCourt Chair of Creative Writing, University of Limerick Very simply, my arts degree taught me to think for myself. When I was tipped out into the world at... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Teens -- armed, antsy and aiming to survive -- driving robbery spike in Baltimoretown a couple hours later, a 64-year-old man was reading a book on a bench in t
Teens -- armed, antsy and aiming to survive -- driving robbery spike in Baltimore
Baltimore Sun / Posted 2 days ago
town a couple hours later, a 64-year-old man was reading a book on a bench in the Wyman Park Dell near the Johns Hopkins University. A group of teens approached, police say, put a gun to his head, sprayed him with mace, stabbed him and stole his... Read more
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The Irish Times
To BA or not to BA: writers explore the merits of an arts degreeuse the language and techniques of storytelling. Professor Joseph O’Connor is
To BA or not to BA: writers explore the merits of an arts degree
The Irish Times / Posted 2 days ago
use the language and techniques of storytelling. Professor Joseph O’Connor is Frank McCourt Chair of Creative Writing, University of Limerick Very simply, my arts degree taught me to think for myself. When I was tipped out into the world at... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Even handyman service can’t find good help these daysa city like Toronto, he says. “The younger generation doesn’t want to do that.
Even handyman service can’t find good help these days
The Globe and Mail / Posted 2 days ago
a city like Toronto, he says. “The younger generation doesn’t want to do that. They want a nice, cushy job in front of a computer,” says Mr. Switzeny. He tried setting up a trades-recruitment business to find the sort of labourers he’s after –... Read more
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Junkee
Eight Things We Learned At Junket 2016and the debate around marriage equality and islamophobia and time and cultural
Eight Things We Learned At Junket 2016
Junkee / Posted 2 days ago
and the debate around marriage equality and islamophobia and time and cultural appropriation and sex ed and mental health services and welfare and the state of the media. And, hey we didn’t sleep all that much, but we definitely learned a thing... Read more
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The Rice Thresher
Happiest students? Princeton Review rankings, unpackedeveryone.” On the other hand, Duncan College junior Mike Hua said he is proud
Happiest students? Princeton Review rankings, unpacked
The Rice Thresher / Posted 2 days ago
everyone.” On the other hand, Duncan College junior Mike Hua said he is proud of the ranking and feels it is good for the university. “I don’t want it to overshadow the problems we have, including mental health and wellbeing, quality of teaching... Read more
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The Clarion-Ledger
Census: Mississippi 46th in education spendingmoney from administrative and non-classroom expenditures to the actual classroo
Census: Mississippi 46th in education spending
The Clarion-Ledger / Posted 2 days ago
money from administrative and non-classroom expenditures to the actual classroom. If we can eliminate the duplication of services and streamline efforts, more money for the students may already be available within the agency.” Mississippi’s four... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Decaying Buffalo factory to get hip $8 million makeoverA former factory that once produced specialty gases for use before and during W
Decaying Buffalo factory to get hip $8 million makeover
The Buffalo News / Posted 2 days ago
A former factory that once produced specialty gases for use before and during World War II may soon be producing computer software, beer and wine instead. The Buffalo Planning Board on Monday night approved developer Rocco Termini’s $8 million... Read more
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The Seattle Times
Microsoft opens a gate to powerful computingMoore, held that the number of transistors in a microchip would double about ev
Microsoft opens a gate to powerful computing
The Seattle Times / Posted 3 days ago
Moore, held that the number of transistors in a microchip would double about every year or two, making the brain behind computers more powerful and less expensive. That phenomenon held for five decades, and with a bit of help from inflation... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Decaying Buffalo factory to get hip $8M makeoverA former factory that once produced specialty gases for use before and during W
Decaying Buffalo factory to get hip $8M makeover
The Buffalo News / Posted 3 days ago
A former factory that once produced specialty gases for use before and during World War II may soon be producing computer software, beer and wine instead. The Buffalo Planning Board Monday night approved developer Rocco Termini’s $8 million proposal... Read more
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Slate
The Computer Fraud and Abuse Act Is 30 Years Old. It’s More Confusing Than Ever.to the future. The Hacking Law That Can’t Hack ItThe five cases that show how
The Computer Fraud and Abuse Act Is 30 Years Old. It’s More Confusing Than Ever.
Slate / Posted 3 days ago
to the future. The Hacking Law That Can’t Hack ItThe five cases that show how the frustrating and confusing 30-year-old Computer Fraud and Abuse Act is. This article is part of Future Tense, a collaboration among Arizona State University, New... Read more
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PhysOrg
Quantum computing a step closer to realityDr Geoff Campbell and Mr Jesse Everett. Credit: Stuart Hay, ANU Physicists at t
Quantum computing a step closer to reality
PhysOrg / Posted 3 days ago
Dr Geoff Campbell and Mr Jesse Everett. Credit: Stuart Hay, ANU Physicists at the Australian National University (ANU) have brought quantum computing a step closer to reality by stopping light in a new experiment. Lead researcher Jesse Everett said... Read more
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The Economic Times
Coursera and Manipal Global tie up for curated educational contentBENGALURU: Coursera, the online education company, has partnered with Manipal G
Coursera and Manipal Global tie up for curated educational content
The Economic Times / Posted 3 days ago
BENGALURU: Coursera, the online education company, has partnered with Manipal Global Education Services (MaGE) to offer curated educational content to Manipal Global’s learners and alumni community. This will allow Manipal learners initial access to... Read more
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Manning River Times
Australian scientists just froze light like Kylo Ren from Star WarsPhysicists at The Australian National University have brought quantum computing
Australian scientists just froze light like Kylo Ren from Star Wars
Manning River Times / Posted 3 days ago
Physicists at The Australian National University have brought quantum computing a step closer to reality by stopping light in a new experiment. Physicists at The Australian National University (ANU) have brought quantum computing a step closer to... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Rising Hope for Agricultural Revivalworking with some consultants so that we can reach the hooks and crannies, part
Rising Hope for Agricultural Revival
AllAfrica.com / Posted 3 days ago
working with some consultants so that we can reach the hooks and crannies, particularly farmers in rural areas to enjoy our services. "We offer micro-credit. We have direct link with farmers, group of farmers and cooperatives. We are particularly... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Australian scientists just froze light like Kylo Ren from Star WarsA cloud of atoms used to make the stationary light. Photo: Supplied Physicists
Australian scientists just froze light like Kylo Ren from Star Wars
Brisbane Times / Posted 3 days ago
A cloud of atoms used to make the stationary light. Photo: Supplied Physicists at The Australian National University (ANU) have brought quantum computing a step closer to reality by stopping light in a new experiment. Lead researcher Jesse Everett... Read more
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WA Today
Australian scientists just froze light like Kylo Ren from Star WarsA cloud of atoms used to make the stationary light. Photo: Supplied Physicists
Australian scientists just froze light like Kylo Ren from Star Wars
WA Today / Posted 3 days ago
A cloud of atoms used to make the stationary light. Photo: Supplied Physicists at The Australian National University (ANU) have brought quantum computing a step closer to reality by stopping light in a new experiment. Lead researcher Jesse Everett... Read more
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The Age
Australian scientists just froze light like Kylo Ren from Star WarsPhysicists at The Australian National University (ANU) have brought quantum com
Australian scientists just froze light like Kylo Ren from Star Wars
The Age / Posted 3 days ago
Physicists at The Australian National University (ANU) have brought quantum computing a step closer to reality by stopping light in a new experiment. Lead researcher Jesse Everett said controlling the movement of light was critical to developing... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Australian scientists just froze light like Kylo Ren from Star WarsPhysicists at The Australian National University (ANU) have brought quantum com
Australian scientists just froze light like Kylo Ren from Star Wars
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 days ago
Physicists at The Australian National University (ANU) have brought quantum computing a step closer to reality by stopping light in a new experiment. Lead researcher Jesse Everett said controlling the movement of light was critical to developing... Read more
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Canberra Times
Australian scientists just froze light like Kylo Ren from Star WarsPhysicists at The Australian National University (ANU) have brought quantum com
Australian scientists just froze light like Kylo Ren from Star Wars
Canberra Times / Posted 3 days ago
Physicists at The Australian National University (ANU) have brought quantum computing a step closer to reality by stopping light in a new experiment. Lead researcher Jesse Everett said controlling the movement of light was critical to developing... Read more
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St. Louis Cardinals
Homestand Highlights (Monday, September 26 to Sunday, October 2)Pom/Cheer/Dance Performances: Prior to the game, groups from Hillsboro High Sch
Homestand Highlights (Monday, September 26 to Sunday, October 2)
St. Louis Cardinals / Posted 3 days ago
Pom/Cheer/Dance Performances: Prior to the game, groups from Hillsboro High School Cheer, Lindenwood University-Belleville Cheer & Lynx Line, Maryville University, Power Haus Cheer and University of Illinois-Springfield... Read more
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Mashable
In ballots we trust: E-voting, hacking and the 2016 electionsacred trust could be broken. At risk, the election system itself. In recent
In ballots we trust: E-voting, hacking and the 2016 election
Mashable / Posted 4 days ago
sacred trust could be broken. At risk, the election system itself. In recent weeks, the Democratic National Committee computers have been hacked and embarrassing emails leaked by WikiLeaks. More recently, Arizona and Illinois voter databases... Read more
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Business Wire
MapAnything, Inc. Hires Chris Rosbrook as Chief Financial Officerand asset management firm. Rosbrook was responsible for merger and acquisition
MapAnything, Inc. Hires Chris Rosbrook as Chief Financial Officer
Business Wire / Posted 4 days ago
and asset management firm. Rosbrook was responsible for merger and acquisition advisory assignments for technology-enabled services businesses and industrial technology companies. Prior to that, he spent nine years at Edgeview Partners, a... Read more
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